Author: Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
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WINDHOEK – International University of Management (IUM) founder Dr David Namwandi yesterday expressed shock and disgust at attacks on immigrants in neighbouring South Africa and called on President Hage Geingob in his capacity as the chairperson of SADC to intervene. WINDOKO – Nombolo yababasabeleki nekutezi hainyani fafasi ka 0.6 pesenti, Kuzwa mwa 34 pesenti kasilimo sa 2016 kutaha mwa 33.4 pesenti kasilimo sa 2018. WINDHOEK - The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) has set Saturday June 15 as the date the by-election in Ondangwa Urban Constituency will be held, ECN Chief Electoral and Referenda Officer Theo Mujoro told New Era yesterday. WINDHOEK - The Chargé d’ Affaires of the Chinese Embassy in Namibia, Yang Jun, has lashed out at what he termed malicious and unfounded accusations against his country’s business models in Namibia. WINDHOEK – Last week’s breakthrough resolution by the European Parliament on Europe’s colonial crimes in Africa is a major shift in the moral compass of that continent, a Namibian academic observed. WINDHOEK – The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) revealed on Monday it will finalise by the end of this month the recruitment of about 15 000 temporary employees for the 2019 supplementary registration of voters and the 2019 Presidential and National Assembly elections. WINDHOEK- Ovambanderu Chief Kilus Munjuku III Nguvauva has joined the ranks of mourners paying homage to his ‘father-figure’ the Omukwaniilwa Immanuel Kauluma Elifas, remembering him for his “generosity and wise counsel” during the time of trials and tribulations. WINDHOEK - Minister of Defence Penda yaNdakolo has warned poachers and their masters that the Namibian Defence Force (NDF) will return ‘fire with fire’ in the Bwabwata National Park as well as in the Etosha National Park. Windhoek – Vakomisare kumwe nomberewa zawo moNamibia ndi asi ECN, vanatura ezuva 15 Pembagona, momapeu, asi yilyo ezuva ngagakara mahoroworo gokukwateramo momukunda gwaOndangwa zomodoropa yimo ngoso mbudi ana kuzigava mugendesi pamberewa Theo Muyoro yimo ngoso ana kutanta kosayitunga zaNew Era, nkera. WINDHOEK - Otjombinde Constituency Councillor Katjanaa Kaurivi, who made history in 2015 when he stood and won an election for the first time in the country’s history as an independent candidate, says he is ready to stand again as an independent candidate in next year’s regional council elections. OTJOMUISE-Ombara yOvambanderu, Kilus Munjuku III Nguvauva werikutu kunontjikumutundu tjovanaruhoze mbumaveyandja ondozikiro kunguri ihe wina ombara Immanuel Kauluma Elifas okumuzemburukira kouharupu we nomakwambero we wodunge mouzeu namoupupu. WINDHOEK - President Hage Geingob will travel to Cascais, Portugal, to attend the annual Horasis Global Meeting - one of the world’s foremost discussion forums offering an ideal platform to explore and foster cooperation, impact investing and sustainable growth, the presidency said in a statement. WINDHOEK- Parliamentarian and Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) leader, McHenry Venaani, says his party, when it takes over government, will enact a law that will reserve 30 percent of all government procurements for youth and women. WINDHOEK - The Ovambanderu Traditional Authority (OTA) is mourning the death of Senior Headman Mateus Katjiteo (90), who died at his home village of Otjondondu in Eiseb Block, Omaheke Region on Friday. WINDHOEK- Swanu president Tangeni Iijambo has called for the conversion of some ministries into directorates within key government portfolios. WINDHOEK – Dishonest Namibian Traffic Information System (Natis) officials who dubiously sell licenses to unqualified drivers and black drivers in general are contributing immensely to road accidents in Namibia, Swapo MPs charged in the National Assembly yesterday. WINDHOEK- Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) lawmaker Mike Kavekotora says the poverty endured by many Namibians is man-made “because government chooses politically correct decisions over economic realities”. WINDHOEK - Former president Hifikepunye Pohamba will be in Zambia this month to celebrate the 95th birthday bash of that country’s first president Dr Kenneth Kaunda. WINDHOEK- Deputy Prime Minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah says it’s time for Namibians to start thinking out of the box to grow the economy to levels that would make a difference to the socio-economic challenges. WINDHOEK - Government can save N$670.5 million annually if 40 percent of civil servants aged between 55 to 59 years were instantly placed on early retirement, an analysis by First Capital Namibia reveals.