Namibia

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Patricia Pillay obituary
Other lives: Secretary and teacher who campaigned against apartheid after leaving South Africa for the UK

Anand Pillay

16, Feb, 2021 @6:28 PM

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Weatherwatch: Namibia is full of climate surprises
A cool ocean current and a high capital bring surprising variety to a country of vast deserts

Stephen Moss

16, Feb, 2021 @6:00 AM

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The Recce review – crossing enemy lines in South African action-drama
An elite soldier is sent on a perilous solo mission in this underwhelming drama set during the Namibian war of independence

Leslie Felperin

03, Feb, 2021 @4:00 PM

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Simple change to fishing gear saves thousands of birds in Namibia
Birds that became tangled in baited lines appear to be scared off by coloured pipes

Chris Baraniuk

19, Jan, 2021 @9:55 AM

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Estimated 5,000 Cape fur seal foetuses found on Namibian coast
Scientists searching for reasons fear breeding cycle will be disrupted for years to come

Heather Richardson

16, Oct, 2020 @1:12 PM

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Namibia rejects German compensation offer over colonial violence
Closely watched talks appear to be stalling as reported €10m offer is dismissed

Jason Burke in Johannesburg and Philip Oltermann in Berlin

12, Aug, 2020 @3:03 PM

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Namibia's youngest MP enters the crucible as Africa's youth lead the way
Across southern African, young leaders are on the rise – as the rapid rise of Namibia’s 23-year-old deputy information minister shows

Carien du Plessis

17, Apr, 2020 @7:00 AM

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European colonial powers still loth to admit historical evils
Netherlands, Germany and Belgium are still coming to terms with their overseas legacies

Jon Henley, Philip Oltermann and Daniel Boffey

11, Mar, 2020 @6:00 AM

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Bribery allegations over fishing rights rock Iceland and Namibia
‘Fishrot files’ lead to head of Samherji fishing company and Namibian ministers stepping down

Jon Henley Europe correspondent

15, Nov, 2019 @2:29 PM

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The Tribe Next Door feeds a cult of simplicity that eases the guilt of wealth | Gaby Hinsliff
TV shows have moved on from poverty porn to poverty romance, says the Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff

Gaby Hinsliff

25, Oct, 2019 @5:00 AM

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Racist African stereotypes are as prevalent as ever on TV | Afua Hirsch
Too many entertainment shows are still rooted firmly in the colonial past, says Guardian columnist Afua Hirsch

Afua Hirsch

28, Aug, 2019 @5:00 AM

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Pharma's market: the man cleaning up Africa's meat
In Namibia a country of meat-lovers, vital expertise is needed to stop livestock spreading diseases

Linda Nordling in Windhoek

10, Jul, 2019 @3:00 AM

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