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Int. Sci. Technol. J. Namibia
There is an increase in mortality from infectious diseases due to an increase in antibiotic resistance worldwide. Hence, this study aimed at investigating the antibacterial activity of Streptomyces that produces pigmented secondary metabolites. The soil samples were collected from 3 different sites in Windhoek. Streptomyces were isolated on starch casein agar. Biochemical and physiological tests were used to identify Strepto-myces species. Casein slant agar method was used for preliminaryfatcat:4m2prthip5dyvl4oko24axutoy