• January 28th, 2020

POSTS BY Loide Jason

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Up close with ‘Momina’

Katutura giants Orlando Pirates Football Club has in the past produced a significant number of great athletes, albeit in different packages.

Patient jumps out of moving ambulance

WINDHOEK – The Namibian police in Omusati Region are investigating a case of reckless and or negligent driving against an ambulance driver and a nurse after a patient, who is believed to be mentally unstable, jumped from the moving vehicle while being transported to the Oshakati state hospital from Outapi.


Dysfunctional EVMs delayed voting

WINDHOEK – Incidents of dysfunctional electronic voting machines (EVMs) including flat EVM batteries delayed voting in Windhoek in the general election on Wednesday, which compounded the long queues at polling stations.

Omahekeb ge N$8.5 miljunsa projekn !nâ ge guiri

KHOANDAWES – Omahekeb ǀKharisi ǀAwemā!nans di sîsenǂuira mâisas Maria Vaendwanawas ge ge ǂanǂan, ǀawemā!nans ge N$8.5 miljunsa 128 !kharaga ǀhûhâsi projekdi !nâ a ǀgoraǂgāsa ǁîs di ǀhûhâsi


Buy local to support job creation - WAD

ROSH PINAH - Women’s Action for Development (WAD) executive director Salatiel Shinedima has urged Namibians to support local businesses, especially those run by young people, to help reduce high unemployment among the youth.


Voter card a gun to win election war – Nikanor

ROSH PINAH – Swapo Party secretary for information and mobilisation and special advisor on veteran affairs in the vice-president’s office, Hilma Nikanor, has urged Swapo members to make their voter cards ready because the cards are the guns to win the election war.

I will not embolden violence - Itula

ROSH PINAH – Independent presidential candidate Dr Panduleni Itula has urged his loyalists not to get involved in violence, saying he will never encourage violence because he wants peace to prevail in the country.

Assets of former ministers ‘safe’ for now

WINDHOEK – The head of the Namibian Police Public Relations Division, Deputy Commissioner Edwin Kanguatjivi, said the police would for now not seize any fixed or liquid assets belonging to the former fisheries and justice ministers.

Senior govt official accused of rape

WINDHOEK - A 43-year-old senior official in the ministry of works has been accused of raping a 21-year-old woman, who is reportedly now pregnant. A case of rape has been opened against the suspect. 

Opening the secession Pandora’s box saga of the Zambezi

Namibians went to the polls in November 1989, which ushered in the state of nationhood. After the elections, a Constituent Assembly was constituted which crafted one of the best constitutions in the world of which Hon. Muyongo was one of the drafters.

New industrial park coming to Walvis

WINDHOEK - Global Trade enabler DP World has signed an agreement with Namibia’s Nara Namib Free Economic Industrial Zone to develop an industrial park at Walvis Bay. The signing ceremony took place in Windhoek yesterday.

Namibia supports pooled procurement

WINDHOEK - Namibia is one of the nine African countries that has agreed to render its support towards pooled procurement to increase their access to affordable life-saving vaccines.

Learners rescue baby from pit latrine

WINDHOEK – A newly born baby, who was allegedly dumped by her mother in a pit latrine of a local school, is recovering well in the Outapi District Hospital. Learners at Ombundamuti Combined School made the shocking discovery at around 15h00. It appears the baby was dumped around 06h00 in the morning.