• April 24th, 2019
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POSTS BY John Muyamba

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Chinese Embassy consoles family of murdered worker

RUNDU - The Chinese ambassador to Namibia Zhang Yiming has called on Andara residents in Mukwe Constituency and the family of the deceased who was shot dead by his Chinese boss to keep calm, and allow the case to be dealt with through legal procedures.

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Rundu to host first music and arts festival

RUNDU - The Ngandu Music and Arts Festival, scheduled to take place next weekend at the river town of Rundu, is the first of its kind and will provide a platform for business owners and artists to promote their products, services and talents. 

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Government attaches great value to ICT, says Nawatiseb

RUNDU - Information and Communication Technology Deputy Minister Engel Nawatiseb says government recognises the strategic importance of ICT and the major role it plays in contributing to the economic development of Namibia and her citizens.

Even villagers can attain education dreams: Martins-Hausiku

RUNDU - The University of Namibia’s Vice-Chairperson of Council, Rosalia Martins-Hausiku, reminded graduates during a Unam Rundu Campus graduation ceremony on Thursday that success is possible – even to those born in a village where basic amenities are often a rare commodity.

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Rundu campus confers first nursing degrees, diplomas

RUNDU - The University of Namibia’s Rundu Campus conferred 16 nursing degrees and nine nursing diplomas a first of its kind. Overall, about 461 young professionals received degrees and diplomas in Education, Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation, Business Administration, Accounting and Nursing.

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Ndonga-Linena, ORIP, Kalimbeza to be leased out

RUNDU - The Agricultural Business Development Agency (AgriBusDev) will lease out the Ndonga-Linena irrigation project in Kavango East, Orange River irrigation project (ORIP) at Aussenkehr in the south of the country and the Kalimbezi irrigation project in Zambezi which produces rice.

Namibia, Botswana border fence damaged

RUNDU - John Thighuru, who is the chairperson of the Kavango East Regional council and Regional Councillor for Mukwe Constituency that borders Botswana on the south, has revealed the fence between Namibia and Botswana has been laying damaged for some time with no effort to replace it. Mukwe Constituency is in Kavango East Region

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Farmers await completion of Rundu abattoir

RUNDU – Livestock farmers in the Kavango East Region are ready and waiting for the completion of the N$110 million Rundu abattoir which is currently in the final stages of being done, says the chairperson of the Kavango East Regional Farmers Union (KERFU) Adolf Muremi.

Negligent officials derail govt projects – Mutorwa

RUNDU - The Minister of Works and Transport, John Mutorwa, says one of the reasons why some government projects that are budgeted for do not get completed is the bad attitude of officials who do not supervise the progress of projects to ensure their completion. 

Appeal to deregister serial traffic offenders

RUNDU - To save lives on our Namibian roads, road users should adhere to road rules and regulations that if not adhered to could cost lives cautioned the Minister of Works and Transport John Mutorwa, who appealed to road users to be cautious on the roads.

Rundu drowning in shacks

RUNDU - Since independence, Rundu has seen an influx of people from the rural areas due to lack of development in the areas of both, Kavango East and West Regions and other places.