• September 17th, 2019
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POSTS BY Nuusita Ashipala

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Director elevated to Omusati CRO post

ONGWEDIVA - The Omusati Regional Council yesterday appointed its director of general services Gervasius Kashindi as its new chief regional officer (CRO) for the region. 


Congo fever confirmed in Omusati

ONGWEDIVA - A 74-year-old patient is admitted to the Outapi District Hospital after she was diagnosed with Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) on Friday.


Uuvudhiya littered with decomposed cattle carcasses

UUVUDHIYA - Uuvudhiya Constituency in Oshana Region, which this year took in livestock from all over the northern part of the country because of its good grazing, is now home to decomposed cattle carcasses as grazing depletes.

Liluko la makete likatahisa misebezi ye 4 600

ONGWEDIVA - Liluko la Makete ni Pabalelo ya Sicaba likupile kuli litahise misebezi yelikana 4 612 ili kuli nombolo yababeleki bamakete iekezwe, sina hakuzibahala kuli liluko lina nibabeleki babalikani. “Mutayi wa

Govt clamps down on Illegal fencing

ONGWEDIVA - The Ministry of Land Reform will this week deliberate on measures to clamp down on illegal fencing in communal areas in Ohangwena dotting the region.

Tonata establishes 300 HIV support groups

ONGWEDIVA - In the quest to make anti-retroviral (ARV) treatment accessible, Tonata has set up more than 300 Community Adherence Groups benefiting more than 3 000 members in eight district hospitals and surrounding areas.

Theft suspect kills girlfriend

ONGWEDIVA - A 31-year-old man allegedly killed his girlfriend after he escaped from the Oshakati Intermediate Hospital where he was under police guard for theft of a laptop.


Fodder donated to drought-hit farmers

ONDANGWA - In response to the government’s drought relief assistance call, the Sinko Group of companies on Monday donated 700 bales of animal fodder worth N$116 000 to drought-stricken farmers in Omusati and Oshana regions.

Namibians urged to register for digital tax filing

ONGWEDIVA - The Minister of Finance Calle Schlettwein has called on taxpayers to embrace and promote the digital Intergrated Tax Administration System (ITAS) for the mutual benefit of all stakeholders and economic growth of the country.