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Author: Selma Ikela

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Posts by Selma Ikela:

    Man suspected of killing wife found dead

    Man suspected of killing wife found dead

    2020-02-24  Selma Ikela
    After allegedly strangling his wife to death on Thursday morning in Windhoek, a 37-year-old resident of Kleine Kuppe drove all the way to Omega in the Kavango East area where he committed suicide. 
    Pensioner dies from snake bite

    Pensioner dies from snake bite

    2020-03-03  Selma Ikela
    A 60-year-old man died after he was bitten by a snake while sleeping at a cattle post on Sunday morning at Otjimanangombe village in Omusati region, stated the police crime report.
    Cops seize drugs worth N$939 700

    Cops seize drugs worth N$939 700

    2020-03-05  Selma Ikela
    Seven women are among 86 Namibians arrested for drug dealing in February and police continue to report low cases of drugs confiscated compared to the previous year.
    New orientation for medical trainees

    New orientation for medical trainees

    2020-03-09  Selma Ikela
    The Ministry of Health and Social Services has introduced an eight-month orientation programme, replacing the multiple-choice question pre-internship evaluation that it administered in the past.  
    Main supply dams fill up

    Main supply dams fill up

    2020-03-09  Selma Ikela
    NamWater CEO Abraham Nehemia has declared that with the recent good rainfall received in the three main supply dams feeding water to the central areas including Windhoek, Gobabis and Karirib - the drought experienced over the past few years is over for now.
    Baby girl drowns in a pond

    Baby girl drowns in a pond

    2020-03-10  Selma Ikela
    A three-year-old baby drowned in a pond while fetching water on Saturday evening at Eembidi village in Ohangwena region. In this week’s crime report issued by Namibian police, it is alleged that the infant, Sirkka Naveuye Hamunyela, was with another child fetching water from a pond situated near their house.
    Convict narrates gang rape participation

    Convict narrates gang rape participation

    2020-03-10  Selma Ikela
    A 28-year-old man who spent six years at Windhoek Correctional facility mirrored on how he participated in a gang rape while at school as a teenage boy destroyed his life.  
    City registers informal settlement homeowners

    City registers informal settlement homeowners

    2020-03-12  Selma Ikela
    The City of Windhoek has started the process of registering heads of households residing in the informal settlements for the purpose of issuing acknowledgement of occupation notices. 
    Erasing the stigma of infertility

    Erasing the stigma of infertility

    2020-03-16  Selma Ikela
    First Lady Monica Geingos says it is wrong to still position motherhood and fatherhood as the ultimate goal for women and men. “If you cannot have children, you remain a human being.
    Shock over school principal’s suicide

    Shock over school principal’s suicide

    2020-03-17  Selma Ikela
    A 38-year-old school principal from Onambaladi Primary School committed suicide by hanging himself with a rope in his bedroom on Sunday. The deceased has been identified as Philipus Sheehama. According to this week’s Namibian Police crime report, no suicide note was found. His next of kin were informed.
    Man flees after ‘sexually assaulting’  puppy to death

    Man flees after ‘sexually assaulting’  puppy to death

    2020-03-17  Selma Ikela
    A five and half month puppy allegedly died after it was sexually assaulted by a man, a neighbour, in the early hours of Friday morning in Windhoek. The man has since fled from his house following the incident.
    19 who met infected couple test negative

    19 who met infected couple test negative

    2020-03-19  Selma Ikela
    Nineteen out of twenty-five people who came into contact with the Romanian couple who tested positive for coronavirus in Namibia were traced, contacted and tested for Covid-19, and the health and social services minister Dr Kalumbi Shangula said no secondary transmission was observed.  “Appropriate measures were taken which included isolation and monitoring,” Shangula informed a media briefing yes