Windhoek  —  When Pedro Dhila left his homestead in northern Namibia one year ago to seek greener pastures in the country’s capital, he meant it literally and figuratively.

Dhila hoped Windhoek would hold better opportunities after the  worsening drought in the Omusati region decimated his crops and nearly 30 of his cows...

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