Ondjiva - The government of the province of Cunene will reinforce, yet this month, the distribution of mineral salt for the nutrition of debilitated cattle in transhumance zones, due to the region's drought since October 2018, leaving one million cattle heads affected.More about this news
Ondjiva - Namibian businesspeople of Oshana region, requested the Angolan authorities ease entry for firms from this neighboring country seeking to invest in southern Cunene province.
Ondjiva - Angola’s Finance minister, Archer Mangueira, assured on Monday, in southern Cunene province, that there is enough money available to be injected in the emergency plan for the combat against drought in southern region of Angola.
Ondjiva - At least 27 million kwanzas is the estimated amount of the economic damages caused by animal death in the province of Cunene, from October to mid-April. Cattle account for 90 percent of this figure.
Ondjiva - At least Eur 750,000 have been made available for the construction of 15 water wells, vaccines and medicines acquisition for bovine cattle, to tackle the drought that has devastated the southern Cunene Province, the minister of Agriculture and Forests, Marcos Nhunga, said on Wednesday.
Ondjiva - At least 500,000 doses of vaccines are available in the southern Cunene Province, for a cattle vaccination campaign during the transhumance period, that is, in the dry season when the livestock move around in search for water and better pasture.
Ondjiva - Taxpayers' tax debt in Cunene province rose from AKz 955.6 million in the first half of 2018 to 3.3 billion Kwanza by the first quarter of 2019.
Ondjiva - The National Statistics Office (INE) has made available 24.9 million US dollars, for holding the Agricultural and Fisheries Census (RAPP) 2018/2019 in the country, said Thursday in Ondjiva, southern Cunene province, the director general of the institution, Camilo Ceita.
Ondjiva - About 293 tonnes of meat of different species were produced in 2018, in several slaughterhouses in the southern Cunene Province, which is less 40 tonnes in relation to the year 2017, said Tuesday in this city the director of the provincial farming department, Pedro Tiberio.