• January 27th, 2020

POSTS BY Obrien Simasiku

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Baituti baishimbela lipula mwa Zambezi

OMUTHIYA – Buñata bwalikolo zamuuso mwasikiliti sa Zambezi, likupile baituti kuno ishimbela lipula habaya kwasikolo. Kalulo yeo itaha bakeñisa kufukuzeha kwalipula mwalikolo, mi kuekezeha kwapalo yabaituti nikona kubapala kalulo. 

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Etosha lions kill donkey, cow

OMUTHIYA - A pride of lions that escaped from Etosha National Park between Friday and Saturday have killed a donkey and cow in the vicinity of Oshivelo and Casablanca. 

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Family reeling over death of minor

ONANDHI - The family of the 26-year-old man who buried his son alive last week at Onandhi village in Oshikoto region is still reeling in shock and disbelief over the killing that has sent shockwaves throughout the country. 

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Oshikoto grounds fleet as fuel account depleted

OMUTHIYA - The Oshikoto regional council has grounded its fleet citing a depleted fuel account. Chief regional officer Frans Enkali announced in an internal circular to staff that the fuel vote 023 has been completely depleted for the financial year 2019/20.

Zambezi family unhappy about murder probe

OMUTHIYA - The family of a University of Namibia (Unam) student who was allegedly murdered through assault during December last year in Katima Mulilo has expressed concern over the police’s handling of the matter. 

San urged to capitalise on opportunities

TSINTSABIS - Environment and tourism minister Pohamba Shifeta has urged the San community to capitalise on opportunities presented to them by government, such as free access to education. 

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Drought relief fodder left to rot

OMUTHIYA - Drought relief fodder stored at the Oshikoto regional council has been spoiled by the recent good rains, as some registered farmers seemingly abandoned the programme. 

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NaTIS to open in Omuthiya

OMUTHIYA - The Namibia Traffic Information System (NaTIS) will soon be operational in Omuthiya with registration, says acting town council CEO Simon Nghuulondo.