Western Cape Premier Alan Winde has flagged the potential for cooperation between Namibia and South Africa in the development of green hydrogen.

As Namibian farmers eagerly anticipate a favorable rainy season as forecasted, however, the signs of climate change still linger.

The Namibian government has extended the proposal submission deadline for three green schemes by two more weeks to give investors more time to bid. 

Increased livestock marketing activities experienced this year are expected to support growth in the agriculture industry, research firm Simonis Storm has said. 

The Namibian government could have potentially lost out on millions of dollars in potential revenues after Chinese firm Xinfeng Investment exported 75,000 tonnes of lithium ore to China under the guise of testing purposes.