• April 20th, 2019
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Mutorwa urges drivers to abide by road rules this Easter

WINDHOEK – The Minister of Works and Transport, John Mutorwa, has cautioned drivers, who will be heading to various destinations for the Easter long weekend, to slow down, stick to the speed limit and take regular breaks to ensure that they stay safe on the roads.


US CDC commits N$24.4m to health ministry for HIV

WINDHOEK – The U.S Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday announced funding of N$24.4 million towards the Ministry of Health and Social Services for the period of April to September this year to fight the HIV/Aids epidemic.

Geingob thanks ‘great servant’ late Katjiteo 

WINDHOEK – President Hage Geingob on Saturday thanked late Ovambanderu Traditional Authority (OTA) senior councillor Mateus Karungaiva Katjiteo for working tirelessly to develop the Eiseb community through his involvement in several initiatives, including the repatriation of the Ovambanderu community from Botswana.

Elevator saga not reported to ACC

WINDHOEK – Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Director Paulus Noa said yesterday that the corruption watchdog has not received any formal complaints on the much-publicised ‘illegal installation’ of an elevator at a state-owned guesthouse occupied by former Vice-President Nicky Iyambo.


Bandu yamilao banyaza Natis hala likozi zafamukwakwa

WINDOKO – Kutokwa buiswalo kwababeleki mwaofesi yebona zakufa mañolo abukwaezi ili yezibahala hahulu ka Natis, ili babalekisa mañolo abukwaezi mwalinzila zefosahezi kwabakwaezi babasina lyano famukwakwa sihulu bakwaezi babansu,


New board advised to be analytical

WINDHOEK - Minister of Works and Transport John Mutorwa has called on the newly appointed Road Transportation Board to be analytical when executing their functions so as to make a meaning contribution to Namibia’s socio-economic development.


Namibian poverty is man-made: Kavekotora

WINDHOEK- Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) lawmaker Mike Kavekotora says the poverty endured by many Namibians is man-made “because government chooses politically correct decisions over economic realities”.


Ovambanderu mourns headman Katjiteo

WINDHOEK - The Ovambanderu Traditional Authority (OTA) is mourning the death of Senior Headman Mateus Katjiteo (90), who died at his home village of Otjondondu in Eiseb Block, Omaheke Region on Friday.


PDM wants 30% tenders reserved for youth

WINDHOEK- Parliamentarian and Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) leader, McHenry Venaani, says his party, when it takes over government, will enact a law that will reserve 30 percent of all government procurements for youth and women.


Geingob heads for Horasis global meeting in Portugal

WINDHOEK - President Hage Geingob will travel to Cascais, Portugal, to attend the annual Horasis Global Meeting - one of the world’s foremost discussion forums offering an ideal platform to explore and foster cooperation, impact investing and sustainable growth, the presidency said in a statement.


Ombara Munjuku III mariri ihe Ombara Kauluma

OTJOMUISE-Ombara yOvambanderu, Kilus Munjuku III Nguvauva werikutu kunontjikumutundu tjovanaruhoze mbumaveyandja ondozikiro kunguri ihe wina ombara Immanuel Kauluma Elifas okumuzemburukira kouharupu we  nomakwambero we wodunge mouzeu namoupupu.


Swapo’s Kaurivi to stand again as sole candidate

WINDHOEK - Otjombinde Constituency Councillor Katjanaa Kaurivi, who made history in 2015 when he stood and won an election for the first time in the country’s history as an independent candidate, says he is ready to stand again as an independent candidate in next year’s regional council elections.