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29 November 2023

– Namibia is targeting to convert more than 120 000 fuel combustion engine vehicles to use green hydrogen by 2030 as premised in the National Determined Contribution climate change strategy. Speaking in Dubai, at the World Green Economy Summit, ahead of COP28 set to begin on Thursday, the Minister of Environment, Forestry and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta said the convention will be extended to boats and ships as well. – The Brief

– Malawi’s government has announced plans to send 5,000 young people to work on Israeli farms, despite criticism for sending 221 young people to the country last weekend. – BBC

– Israel says 12 more freed hostages – 10 of its own citizens and two Thai nationals – have left Gaza and are now in Israeli territory. Prison officials in Israel also say they’ve released another 30 Palestinians – joining 150 others, mostly women and teenage boys, who’ve been freed since Friday. – BBC

– Namibia’s Richelieu Eagles’ perfect record of five wins from five games has confirmed their spot in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024. The Eagles currently sit on top of the table with 10 points, with their win against Tanzania. According to ICC cricket, the fight for the remaining spot is still on, with Uganda, Kenya, Zimbabwe and Nigeria still in the reckoning. Uganda and Kenya hold their destiny in their hands, while Zimbabwe and Nigeria rely on favourable outcomes in other matches. – ICC Cricket