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Namibia sees steady downward trend in rhino and elephant poaching

Namibia saw a continued downward trend in rhino and elephant poaching last year after stepping up patrols and sharply increasing fines, the government said...

Sat-Com expecting boom year in 2021

Namibian military radio specialist Sat-Com expects to have a boom year in 2021 as it continues to successfully penetrate the international market, launch new...

Sat-Com – Repeater and Re-Broadcasting Systems

The Sat-Com Leopard1 and Cheetah3 Military Radios are all capable of various modes of communications including Repeater and Re-Bro (Cross Band). Every Sat-Com Manpack SDR...

Namibia weighs demands for rape crackdown after street protests

Street protests that led to the arrest of 25 women’s rights activists in Namibia at the weekend have prompted the government to launch an...

Intelligence helps Namibia turn tide against rhino poachers, government says

Incidents of rhino poaching in Namibia have been dropping steadily as timely intelligence work has helped nab hunters before they shoot in known hotspots,...

Rhino poaching in Namibia down 63% on tougher policing, penalties

Rhino poaching fell 63% year-on-year in Namibia, the ministry of environment said on Friday, citing intensified intelligence operations by authorities and tougher sentences and...

Namibia to ground national carrier’s license over cash hole

Cash-strapped Air Namibia will have its planes grounded at midnight on Wednesday after it failed to secure enough funding to remain solvent, voiding its...

Namibia considering options for struggling national flag carrier – finance minister

The Namibian government is weighing several options regarding the future of struggling national carrier Air Namibia, new Finance Minister Iipumbu Shiimi told parliament on...

Sat-Com – Secure and Tactical Communications

Modern militaries need to communicate securely and effortlessly, between old and new equipment and across different arms of service. Traditionally, defence forces have used...

Namibia shuts harbour town airport after two coronavirus infections

The airport in the Namibian harbour town of Walvis Bay has closed after two residents tested positive for the coronavirus and the economic hub...


Armscor in-house expertise can generate revenue

Sweating Armscor assets, mainly property, was at one stage trumpeted as the way to eventually ensuring financial independence for the State-owned defence and security...