• September 20th, 2019

POSTS BY Emmency Nuukala

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Geingob fetes senior citizens on his birthday

WINDHOEK - As part of a tradition of celebrating his birthday with those he doesn’t normally spend time with, President Hage Geingob on Friday hosted an intimate dinner party for senior citizens from all walks of life at


‘The White Line’ goes international

WINDHOEK - Never have I had a film captivate me as much as ‘The White Line’ did. As I sat in anticipation, I was fearful, I was angry, I was disgusted and I felt sad. The joy and the overwhelming pride I felt, as it fundamentally told our story, our Namibian story, is indescribable. 


Dr Sam Nujoma Half Marathon next month

WINDHOEK – Local telecommunications giant MTC, in collaboration with Athletics Namibia (AN), yesterday officially launched the 8th edition of the Dr Sam Nujoma Half Marathon – one of Namibia’s most sought-after race on the country’s athletics calendar.


Geingob tells Germany to eat humble pie

WINDHOEK/GIBEON – President Hage Geingob yesterday told Germany to extend an olive branch to Namibians for atrocities committed by its forefathers – as part of settling the marathon issue once and for all.


Zimbabweans domiciled in Namibia petition Mnangagwa

WINDHOEK - Zimbabweans living in Namibia last Friday held a peaceful demonstration during which they strongly condemned the brutal police crackdown on innocent protesters in Zimbabwe that led to the killing of 12 people protesting  against exorbitant fuel prices.

NamPost inaugurates new warehouse

WINDHOEK - “I could not wish for more; the infrastructure is ready and it is now up to NamPost to utilize it maximally and create efficiencies that impact positively on both the customer and the staff of NamPost.” These sentiments were expressed by Nangula Hamunyela, chairperson of the Namibia Post Limited Board, when he officially inaugurated NamPost’s new courier warehouse on Wednesday. 


Female CBD vendors claim victimisation by City Police

WINDHOEK – A group of female street vendors who normally operate within Windhoek’s central business district (CBD) held a peaceful demonstration on Friday, marching from Shoprite in Independence Avenue to the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare to hand over a petition addressed to President Hage Geingob. 


Emptiness, fear engulf Cheryl’s school

WINDHOEK - Learners at the Gammams Primary School in Khomasdal are in a grip of fear about their own lives, following the gruesome killing of one their own, Cheryl Avihe Ujaha, during the school holidays.