2021-03-26Albertina Nakale A decision by India, the world’s largest producer of the Covid-19 vaccine to temporarily halt all exports of the AstraZeneca vaccine while prioritising domestic needs, could derail Namibia’s fight against the pandemic. View more
2021-03-31Albertina Nakale President Hage Geingob yesterday said the plight of the ‘struggle kids’ cannot be ignored but no one should be discriminated against when it comes to job opportunities. View more
2021-04-01Albertina Nakale Incoming Namibian police Deputy Inspector General for operations Joseph Shikongo has pledged to focus on joint operations, including patrols and investigations with neighbouring countries to curb cross-border crimes. View more
2021-04-01Albertina Nakale The Namibian government said it was working hard to procure and secure additional Covid-19 vaccines as the country now aims to inoculate up to 80% of the population to reach coronavirus herd immunity. View more
2021-04-07Albertina Nakale A major curriculum transformation process of the University of Namibia (Unam) is due for completion by November this year, vice chancellor Kenneth Matengu announced. View more
2021-04-07Albertina Nakale Vocational training centres across the country have made good progress in positioning themselves to offer a wide array of services through various production units. View more
2021-04-08Albertina Nakale President Hage Geingob this week expressed displeasure at the United Nations-backed Covax scheme, which has been unable to deliver Covid-19 vaccine supplies despite Namibia making an upfront payment of N$29 million towards the procurement of doses last year. View more
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