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PRESIDENT Hifikepunye Pohamba is said to have recalled all ambassadors and high commissioners heading Namibia’s foreign missions with one or two exceptions.
AN estimated 330 900 Namibians are currently facing food insecurity following a dry rainy season, a recent study has found.
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AN 83-year-old senior citizen had the Windhoek City Police bemused when he approached their head office genuinely seeking a work permit (called a pass during Apartheid time) to allow him to work in Windhoek.
Coast: Partly cloudy and mild with fog patches except in the North.
Wind: Light to moderate southerly in the South but moderate to fresh southeasterly in the North.
Walvis Bay 13-24
$1 = N$ USD/NAD 9.4667 9.4681
€1 = N$ EUR/NAD 12.1650 12.1785
£1 = N$ GBP/NAD 14.3749 14.3891
Chartreuse( (shahr-TROOZ, -TROOS) ) nounshow definition
Noun: 1. A light, yellowish green. 2. An aromatic, usually yellow or green liqueur, originally made by Carthusian monks in Grenoble, France.
Adjective: Having a light, yellowish green colour.
Usage: “The tree crowns were packed together like puffballs and shimmered with every hue, tint, and shade of green: chartreuse, emerald, lime, aquamarine, teal, bottle, olive, jade.” Douglas Preston; The El Dorado Machine; The New Yorker; May 6, 2013.