• December 10th, 2018
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Vakansela wokuhendauka koyirugana kavavahandukiire nguuru gwaKhomas

WINDHOEK - Nguuru gomukunda gwaKhomas Laura Mcleod Katjirua kapi ana kara asi muntu gokuhafa nokutanta asi age kapi yina kumuhafesa omu vakansela vamwe ava faura koyigongi yopaveta unene eyi ayikara monomukunda horowero dawo. Mcleod Katjirua kahundilire owo yina gumu vahepa kuyihageka ngesi  omu vakara asi aw okapi ava moneka poyilika eyi ayihoroka monomukda horowero dawo, omu ava gava nkenye apa asi aw okapi ava gwana nombapira dokuvazigida koyilika yangoso. Ndi pwarumwe awo kutanta asi kapi vadivako Yuma koyihorokwa yangoso. Age kageve nonakngo odo

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Councillors who go AWOL blasted by governor

WINDHOEK - Governor of Khomas Region Laura McLeod- Katjirua is dissatisfied and has lambasted regional councillors who are passive and fail to attend official events even in their own constituencies.

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Namibia listed seventh most child-friendly country

WINDHOEK - Namibia is listed the seventh country among the most child-friendly countries on the African continent by African Child Policy Forum, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare, Wilhencia Uiras informed the African Partnership to end violence against children. 

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Nanny severely scalds boy

WINDHOEK- A two-year-old boy is recovering in hospital from burnt wounds that he sustained over his body after the nanny allegedly burnt him with hot water on Friday morning, confirmed City Police.

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Re-elected Kazapua calls for unity

WINDHOEK – Windhoek mayor Muesee Kazapua, who was re-elected to serve a fifth term yesterday, has called on councillors and management at the City of Windhoek to set aside their personal differences and pull in one direction.  Kazapua said failure to do this will divert the city’s focus on service delivery to the masses.