WINDHOEK – The ruling Swapo Party yesterday blamed its electoral defeats in Keetmanshoop and Walvis Bay on the low turnout of voters in Wednesday’s by-elections.
ǀAEǁGAMS – Namibiab ǁGanǂharugub ǂNûiǂgās (Meatco), ǁîs !hūb !nâ hoan xa a kai ǂnûiǂgās hîa ǀgapi ǀgaub !harib ai hâ ǁkhāsiba ūhâ gomaǁgan-e xu hâ xūna !hūba xu ra sîǂuis ge ǂoago kurib !nâ 115 000 xa a !nāsa gomana ge ǂā.
WINDHOEK - The Meat Corporation of Namibia (Meatco), the country’s biggest exporter of top quality natural beef products, last year slaughtered over 115 000 cattle. Outgoing board vice-chairperson Ronald Kubas made the announcement yesterday at a media briefing to introduce the new Meatco CEO Mushokabanji Mwilima.
WINDHOEK - The National Unity Democratic Organisation (Nudo) yesterday congratulated its president Utjiua Muinjangue, who late last year obtained a PhD from the Stellenbosch University, on the topic of essential management task of social workers in Namibia.
WINDHOEK - Economic, trade, scientific and military sanctions imposed by the United States (US) against Iran are set to be holding up the N$150 million tractor assembly plant that has been earmarked for Windhoek.
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Windhoek - Five candidates who contested the presidential election last month, including Dr Panduleni Itula, who stood as an independent, have approached the Supreme Court to challenge the outcome, which declared incumbent President Hage Geingob as duly elected.
Gobabis - Silyo sombunga zovakurupe wombunga zaSWAPO ogu gakara asi mugavi nombudi mombunga ozo momukunda gwaOmaheke Elvis Kauesa kuna kara asi takarumbasana momahoroworo gokukwateramo gana kuwiza kwedi oko moGobabis asi mukandindate gopaumwene.
WINDHOEK - Nudo is reportedly threatening to expel its former secretary-general Meundju Jahanika and the party’s constituency councillor for Okakarara Vetaruhe Kandorozu over allegations that the pair de-campaigned against the party during the just-ended general election.
WINDHOEK - Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) representative to Namibia Farayi Zimudzi has urged youth in the country to invest in agriculture, saying agripreneurship is key to unlocking opportunities and growth in the agricultural sector.
WINDHOEK - Opposition leaders have accused electoral body, Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) of alleged widespread irregularities in the National Assembly and Presidential elections won by Swapo and its presidential candidate President Hage Geingob.