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On Saturday 4 June 2022 Inclusive Cycling International, a United States-based NGO with funding coming from the U.S. Embassy in Namibia, will be hosting an “Inclusive Bike Ride” from opposite Windhoek Police Station down Independence Avenue. David spoke to Greg Milano and Mitch DeWaldt to find out more.
David spoke to Dr. Katlego Mothudi, the managing director of the Board of Healthcare Funders, about their upcoming conference as well as what some of the leading challenges to regional healthcare systems are, and how to go about solving them.
David spoke to Dr. Frank Busch, who was a member of the team from the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut and the Department of Veterinary Services at the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform, about the oral rabies vaccination field trial that was conducted in Namibia's Northern Communal Areas in late 2021.
The National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia and its partners, Shell Namibia Upstream B.V and Qatar Energy last week announced that the Graff-1 deep-water exploration well has made a discovery of light oil in both primary and secondary targets. The Graff-1 well has proved a working petroleum system for light oil in the Orange Basin, offshore Namibia, 270 km from the town of Oranjemund. With drilling operations safely completed in early February this year. We spoke to Namibians for their take.
Here is the full statement from when we asked the Director of the Institute for Public Policy Research, Graham Hopwood, what he thought about the South African State Capture Inquiry's recommendation that whistleblowers be rewarded if the evidence they give results in the recovery of looted cash.
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