To contact the author and editorial staff send an email to email@example.com
Posts by Albertina Nakale:
Although some isolated showers across the north central and good rains over the north eastern parts of Namibia have been recorded on Monday, the water levels in the key central dams, namely Swakoppoort, Von Bach and Omatako have decreased to 99.1 %, 85.16 %, and 98.6 % respectively. In its efforts towards eco-friendly sustainability, the Environmental Investment Fund (EIF), in conjunction with the agriculture ministry, has started implementing a project aimed at improving farming practices for farmers living under harsh climatic conditions. Investigations carried out by the ministry of education last year revealed the existence of ghost teachers in the //Kharas region, resulting in payments of nearly N$500 000 during that period. Chief whips of various political parties represented in the National Assembly yesterday leapt to the defence of their fellow parliamentarians, saying the current seating arrangements are limiting their members from actively taking part in debates in the August House. President Hage Geingob believes the continuous classification of Namibia by the World Bank as an upper-middle-income country was working against it when it comes to procuring vaccines to strengthen the fight against Covid-19. Health minister Dr Kalumbi Shangula yesterday tried to tamp down fears about the local discovery of the coronavirus variant from South Africa. Vakurona kapi navavasininika asi vatume vana vawo kosure vakavaronge mononkondwa rongero, Presidente Hage G. Geingob yimo ngoso katente mbudi nkera. Former director of the National Institute for Educational Development (NIED) Hertha Pomuti, who was one of the influential figures behind the new education curriculum, believes local universities should be in a position to grant admission to grade 11 pupils. Despite the economic devastation and public health threat brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Namibian authorities have invested handsomely in new infrastructure with the hope of scaling up Covid-19 testing in the country. President Hage Geingob has expressed contentment to learn that 57% of proud homeowners at the Osona Village south of Okahandja are women. Lipatisiso zene ezizwe ki liluko la tuto ñohola neli patuluzi kubateñi kwa maticele babulumba mwasikiliti sa //Kharas, ili bane balifilwe masheleñi alikana N$500 000 mwanako yeo.