2021-03-02Loide Jason Windhoek mayor Job Amupanda has implored his fellow councillors to give more than they take in order to demonstrate exemplary and collective leadership for the benefit of the city’s residents. View more
2021-03-10Loide Jason The City of Windhoek leadership is hoping a council meeting scheduled for tomorrow will address a number of issues facing the municipality, including the recent setback in which the labour commissioner instructed the deputy sheriff to attach and auction the City’s vehicles to pay the salaries owed to employees. View more
2021-03-10Loide Jason Health ministry executive director Ben Nangombe has clarified only two clinics that are directly supplied with electricity by NamPower were affected by the power utility’s debt collection plan. View more
2021-03-11Loide Jason Although Namibia has gone beyond achieving the HIV fast-track targets of UNAIDS by ensuring more than 90% of people living with HIV know their status and are on treatment while their viral load is suppressed, Windhoek mayor Job Amupanda believes more needs to be done in the battle against the global epidemic. View more
2021-03-16Loide Jason Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters parliamentarian Iipumbu Kalimbo says he is not impressed with the manner in which some ruling party MPs handled a recent motion seeking to address the plight of drought-hit farmers and households in the Kunene region. View more
2021-03-19Loide Jason Over the last 31 years of independence, the Omusati region has benefitted immensely from the decentralisation programme implemented by central government, which is aimed at bringing services closer to people. View more
2021-03-23Loide Jason The councillor of the Otamanzi constituency in the Omusati region has expressed concern over animals that destroy crops of the San community in Amarika village, saying it will result in deepened poverty. View more
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