• October 20th, 2019

POSTS BY Kuzeeko Tjitemisa

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Ten enter presidential race

WINDHOEK – The Electoral Commission of Namibia yesterday confirmed at the time of going to print that it has received ten nominations for the upcoming Presidential election. 


ECN won’t bow to political pressure

WINDHOEK – The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) says it will stick to the law in strictly applying Article 47 of the Namibian Constitution that compels aspiring parliamentarians and those employed in the

Simataa guarantees election coverage

WINDHOEK – Namibia Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) line minister Stanley Simataa has assured politicians that adequate television coverage for all political parties contesting in next month’s Presidential


Swapo, opposition unite to petition ECN

WINDHOEK – The ruling Swapo Party yesterday led a protest by political parties, questioning the interpretation of the Electoral Act, following the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN)’s notice, which

ǂHanub ge N$131 ǀkhurub huib !aroma ge māǂui

ǀAEǁGAMS – Namibiab ǂhanub ge N$131 miljunsa ǀkhurub huib !aroma ge māǂui ǁnāpab ge noxopa hāǀaro rase N$129 miljunsa !kharagagu ǀkhae-aona xu a !khō!oa ǂgari-aon tsî ǀaokhoen hîa ǁkhōǁkōsa ǀkhurub


Epukiro still waiting on drought relief

KALPAN, EPUKIRO - While conditions of grazing continue to deteriorate, drought-stricken residents in Epukiro Constituency in Omaheke say they are yet to benefit from the drought relief food, which is said to


PDM to prioritise job creation

WINDHOEK - The country’s main opposition party, the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM), says it will prioritise job creation once elected into power. 


Govt spends N$131m on drought relief

WINDHOEK – Government has spent N$131 million towards drought relief, while it has received an extra N$129 million in donations to help farmers and families affected by the prevailing dry spell.