• April 8th, 2020

POSTS BY Loide Jason

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Politician apologises for sipping booze publicly 

Ohangwena regional councillor of Engela constituency and National Council member, Jason Ndakunda tendered an unconditional apology to the nation following the circulation of a video showing him gleefully drinking in public while driving his vehicle on Monday.

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Coronavirus wrecks kapana business

The market for fresh, wood-roasted beef popularly known as ‘kapana’ at the Single Quarters in Katutura is usually a beehive of activity frequented by locals and occasionally European tourists in search of exotic African cuisine.

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Bishop Katenda ready to assist curb virus

Reverend Lukas Kaluwapa Katenda, the Bishop of the Reformed Evangelical Anglican Churches of Namibia (Reach-Na), who is a registered nurse, said he is ready to offer his services as a nurse if the coronavirus pandemic worsen.

500 unemployed women aspire to drive taxis

WINDHOEK – About 500 women across Windhoek who two weeks ago submitted their CVs to Monica Gender-Based Violence Solution Centre have shown interest to obtain driving licences to enable them to start driving taxis in order to uplift their lives.

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.

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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