• November 17th, 2019

POSTS BY Obrien Simasiku

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Vandalism of water infrastructure costly

ONANKALI – The Directorate of Rural Water Supply in Oshikoto region says the vandalism of infrastructure continues to be a major hurdle in government’s efforts to provide uninterrupted water supply.  It claims some community members have been vandalising property and fencing off road paths, making it difficult for government officials to access certain areas. 


Head-on collision claims two lives

ONYAANYA - Two people died on Friday upon arrival at Onandjokwe Lutheran Hospital after two bakkies they were travelling in collided head-on at Onyaanya in the Oshikoto Region.

Tsumeb Copper Festival losing its spark

OMUTHIYAGWIIPUNDI - The just ended, much-acclaimed Tsumeb Copper Festival has attracted mixed emotions from revellers and exhibitors, who seem to doubt the relevance of the event.

Husband kills wife, self 

OMUTHIYAGWIIPUNDI – A husband allegedly shot and killed his wife following an argument before taking his own life yesterday morning at Olifu village in the Oshikoto region.

ECN to recruit  1 200 polling officials in Oshikoto

OMUTHIYAGWIIPUNDI – The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) will recruit 1 212 polling and 33 field information technology officials who are to be deployed in Oshikoto region for the upcoming Presidential and National Assembly elections slated for 27 November.

Dogs maul toddler to death

TSUMEB - A toddler was mauled to death by dogs on Tuesday at Oniihandi village near Oniipa. The Oshikoto police have opened an inquest into the death of the toddler who was allegedly mauled by dogs.