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FMD officially confirmed in Namibia’s Zambezi Region

The movement of all cloven-hoofed animals and their products within, into and out of the Zambezi Region has been banned after an...

Namibian cattle exports plunge by 26,5%

Despite severe drought conditions, Namibian cattle exports declined considerably by 26,49% in the first quarter of the year, due to weak demand...

BAL Group acquires Namibian game reserve

An international entrepreneur and philanthropist is finalising a sale agreement with the owners of Erindi private game reserve in Namibia.

SA dairy exports doing well

Dairy imports for February were 4 110 tons at a cost of R172 million. South Africa imported mainly from France (28%) New Zealand (28%), Germany (13%), Poland (8%) and Ireland (4%). Dairy imports for this...

SA poultry body supports Namibia in fight against dumping from Brazil

The South African Poultry Association (SAPA) has noted with alarm that the insidious dumping of chicken from Brazil that plagues the local industry has...

Namibia: AMTA suspends cabbage, onion imports

The Agro-Marketing and Trade Agency (AMTA) is to suspend the importation of controlled crops – butternuts, cabbages and onions – between April and August...

SA government signs an MoU with Namibia on fisheries

Minister Senzeni Zokwana, on behalf of the South African government, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with his Namibian counterpart, Minister Bernard Essau....

Lessons from Namibia on curbing the spread of FMD

This article was originally published on The Coversation.com. Click here to read the original article. South Africa is in the middle of a foot-and-mouth...

SA and Namibian grapes leave for Europe

During the weekend ending 1 December 2018, grapes destined for the European pre-Christmas market left Cape Town harbour. There were two container ships from...

Namibia: Late start to grape harvest might be a blessing

The grape harvest in Aussenkehr started slightly late this season. This is according to Willem Visser of Silverlands. “We started harvesting a little later...