Things are a bit tricky right now, given the current circumstances amid the pandemic. Things do not look as they usually do, because the future is so uncertain right now.
A website and an Android mobile app have been developed to provide essential information about the outbreak of Covid-19 in Namibia.
The Ministry of Finance has commended collaborating institutions for volunteering their services to implement the recently-announced multi-faceted economic stimulus and relief package.
In her newly published book, The Different Sibling, the author Albertina Nakashole demonstrates how throughout the novel the main character, Oshaye Haikali, abbreviated as Oshah, is caught in identity crisis while searching for religious, social and economic emancipation.
As the world celebrates the World Health Week, the Independent Midwives Association of Namibia (Imana) takes this opportunity to send heart felt THANK YOU message to every nurse and midwife in Namibia.
The Namibian National Association of the Deaf (NNAD) is concerned that valuable information about Covid-19 is not made readily available for the hearing impaired, and this violates their right to access of information.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu says the global system has been in bits and pieces, even before humanity was struck by the novel coronavirus.
Former Swapo Party Youth League spokesperson Neville Andre was yesterday appointed as the governor of Erongo, as President Hage Geingob named eight new regional heads yesterday. Apart from replacing Cleopas Mutjavikua at Erongo, Geingob also dropped the governors of Oshikoto, //Kharas, Omaheke, Kavango East, Ohangwena, Otjozondjupa and Hardap regions, while reappointing six of them.
For newly sworn-in member of parliament Gotthard Kandume, the classic tale of rags to riches is a reality, which he endured after sleeping in the back seat of a sedan over the past five years.
While the Covid-19 pandemic has literally brought the world and every nation to a halt, not knowing where your next meal comes from, remains a stark reality for many.
On 17 March 2020, President Hage Geingob declared a state of emergency followed by a lockdown that officially started on 28 March at 14h00 and ends on 17 April 2020.
We are all aware that religion has been seen and used throughout human history as an instrument or weapon of breaking down (as a tool of colonialism, oppression or suppression) or of breaking through (as a tool of liberation, transformation, reconciliation and healing). Today, the voice of religions in times of Covid-19 is that of healing and maintenance of healthy life and living conditions
NKURENKURU – People who visit Kavango West region may think there is total adherence to the state of emergency laws arising from the global coronavirus pandemic, as many alcohol outlets are closed and there is limited movement of people.