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Namibia scraps plan to force white-owned businesses to sell 25 percent stake to blacks

Namibia has scrapped a clause in its economic empowerment framework that would have forced white businesses to sell a 25 percent stake to previously disadvantaged blacks, President Hage Geingob said on Wednesday.

Namibia courtesy visit paves way for bilateral cooperation

President Cyril Ramaphosa says his courtesy visit to Namibia paves the way for South Africa to work side by side with the neighbouring country on matters of economic and trade relations.

Namibia commissions two naval vessels

The Namibian Navy has commissioned into service two former Chinese navy patrol vessels, the NS Daures and NS Brukkaros.

Elephant, rhino poaching down in Namibia

Namibia recorded fewer cases of rhino and elephant poaching this year compared to recent years, the minister of environment and tourism said.

UN probing North Korean arms embargo violations in Africa

The United Nations is investigating reports that North Korea violated arms embargoes and supplied weapons to a number of African countries, including air defence systems to Mozambique and Tanzania.

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