• March 22nd, 2019
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POSTS BY Nuusita Ashipala

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Youth euphoric over appointment of Irimari

ONGWEDIVA - The public particularly the youth took to social media since Tuesday to congratulate and celebrate the appointment of youthful governor Elia Irimari as governor to Oshana Region.

Outapi ngesi kuna kara kwahana munona godoropa

Ongwediva – Vakansela wodoropa zaOutapi ngesi kuna kara kwahana munona godoropa kutunda tupu apa Lilya Katrina Eilo gatiuramo mbapira zina kutanta asi age ana hageke yirugana yokukara kansela sivike esi kasipwire.

Man survives unusual poison attack

ONGWEDIVA - An employee of Ondonga Traditional Authority who was allegedly forced to drink poison by three men who broke into his room at Onethindi on Sunday is out of Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and is now recuperating in hospital.


30% of land at Etunda Irrigation not under production

ONGWEDIVA – Amid fears of a looming drought envisaged in the country following low rainfall experienced since the start of the rainy season, 30 percent of the land at Etunda Irrigation Project near Ruacana is not under production.

Cunene governor visits Namibian counterpart

EENHANA – The new Governor of Cunene Province in Angola Vigilio Tyova visited Governor of Ohangwena Region Usko Nghaamwa to strengthen the long-standing, inter-regional links between the two bordering regions.


CCN holds mass prayer for rain

ONGWEDIVA - A large number of people turned up at the University of Namibia’s Hifikepunye Campus on Sunday afternoon to pray for rain and other social challenges affecting the country.

Balimi mwamutulo habana kuba nikutulo yende

ONGWEDIVA – Buñata bwa balimi mwamutulo wanaha habasika lima masimu abona, niha selukeni mwakweli yabulalu ya litabula, kono pula haibonahali. Kubao bane balimile, licalano zabona seli letuka bakeñisa kutokwa pula.

NCCI denounces discrimination against developers

ONDANGWA - Chairperson of Namibian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) Northern Branch, Tomas Iindji has called on local authorities to give land to prospective business people to develop towns without discriminating them against their tribe or race.


TransNamib to introduce night train

ONDANGWA - TransNamib is exploring the possibility to introduce a night train service in order to double its business and revenue as part of its five-year business plan approved by Cabinet in December last year.

Lack of info compounds spread of hepatitis E

OUTAPI - While measures are in place to control the spread of hepatitis E, research done by the University of Namibia (Unam) in  collaboration with UK-based Cardiff University in Omusati Region have proven preventative information has not reached everyone in the community.