• September 29th, 2020

POSTS BY Obrien Simasiku

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Ministry probes lion attack

OMUTHIYA - The environment ministry has launched an investigation to determine if a police case can be opened after farmers recently undertook to hunt a lioness that was reportedly killing goats north of Etosha National Park. 

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Oshikoto assists households who lost harvests

OMUTHIYA - The Oshikoto Regional Council has undertaken an initiative in which it seeks to procure mahangu from local farmers, with a view to assist some residents who lost their produce in fire incidents.

I am prepared to pay the price - Tsanigab

OMUTHIYA – Fraud and corruption accused, Grootfontein local authority councillor Jack Tsanigab, says he is open to any investigation against him and is ready to pay the price of the outcome. 

Construction workers go unpaid for months

OMUTHIYA – About 30 workers, employed to do work on a government project at Oshivelo in the Oshikoto region, claimed they have not been receiving due salaries for three months now. 

My candid view - Namibia in need of sports museum, national sports day

Having closely followed the events of the past almost two weeks, from the passing of the legendary former Brave Warriors coach Seth Boois to the family of the deceased requesting President Hage Geingob to confer hero status on Boois and have him buried at the Heroes Acre, I noticed that Namibia is again being reminded of the urgent need to establish a fully-fledged sports museum and if need be, a sports remembrance site to honour the country’s past and present sporting heroes.

Murder-suicide rocks Oshikoto 

OMUTHIYA – An 11-year-old girl had to endure the traumatic event of seeing lifeless bodies of her parents after her father reportedly assaulted her mother to death before taking his own life.

Residents protest against service delivery, jobs

OMUTHIYA – The community of Oshivelo is up in arms over what they termed discriminatory practice by the settlement office, alleging they are being sidelined in acquiring plots, jobs, as well as equitable services. 

Bayahi bakupa menzi akunwa akenile

OMUTHIYA – Bayahi ba Choi mwasilalanda sa Kongola, mwasikiliti sa Zambezi bakupa baliofesi kuankufisa kuisa mezi kwateñi, kakuli bahapelezwa kuzamaya misipili yemitelele kuyoka mezi kwaminzi yeli bukaufi.