WALVIS BAY - Education deputy minister Anna Nghipondoka has warned teachers to refrain from participating in politics during school hours.
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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.
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.
WINDHOEK - The workshop for media practitioners on nutrition and food security on Wednesday indicated there is poor access to nutritional food in informal settlements compared to suburbs close to towns.
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.
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.