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Capturing wildlife on Art Safari

A group of safari artists have the privilege to create a still life of the fastest land animal, the cheetah, at the Na an Kuse Game Reserve, Namibia.

A group of safari artists have the privilege to create a still life of the fastest land animal, the cheetah, at the Na an Kuse Game Reserve, Namibia.

Sport

Rugby World Cup 2015: New Zealand too strong for Namibia

Reigning world champions New Zealand kept their composure to down Namibia 58-14 at London’s Olympic Stadium on Thursday. Four days after edging out

Reigning world champions New Zealand kept their composure to down Namibia 58-14 at London’s Olympic Stadium on Thursday. Four days after edging out

Sport

Sam Cane to captain All Blacks for clash with Namibia

The All Blacks had a final run out before their second match of the tournament – a clash with competition minnows Namibia. The coach has made 12

The All Blacks had a final run out before their second match of the tournament – a clash with competition minnows Namibia. The coach has made 12

News

Namibia goes to the polls in Africa's first electronic election

Voting is underway in the south-western African nation of Namibia. The presidential and parliamentary elections are being held simultaneously and

Voting is underway in the south-western African nation of Namibia. The presidential and parliamentary elections are being held simultaneously and

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No survivors as Mozambique Airlines wreckage found

Wreckage from Mozambique Airlines flight TM 470 has been found in the northeast of Namibia. A Namibia police official has confirmed that there are

Wreckage from Mozambique Airlines flight TM 470 has been found in the northeast of Namibia. A Namibia police official has confirmed that there are

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Namibian skulls arrive home from Germany

A century after Germany slaughtered tens of thousands of Namibians to use in research, 20 of the skulls have been repatriated. Namibia’s colonial

A century after Germany slaughtered tens of thousands of Namibians to use in research, 20 of the skulls have been repatriated. Namibia’s colonial