Otjomuise- Otupa otuwingi twe koverwa hi ra Africa kehi ko ma nene ndu tjiukwa otjo Southern African Development Community, o u supi o SADC, mapeya a tu munu ombura nduri muna petota na kombanda
Otjomuise-Omberoo yo mu Kuramenepo wOmahi Omakutasane wa America mo Namibia, ya yandja Ozondola za Namibia azehe kumwe omanegete esere no mu rongo, N$110,000 000 kourumbu.
WINDHOEK - Upper middle-income countries in Southern Africa, including Namibia, are among the most unequal societies in the world.
WINDHOEK- The youth league of the Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) has repudiated allegations the party has entered into a political coalition with Christian Democratic Voice (CDV).
OMUTHIYA – The elderly and people with chronic illnesses in Eengodi Constituency in Oshikoto Region are unable to take their medication due to a lack of water.
OMUTHIYA - Governor, Usko Nghaamwa in his personal capacity, yesterday donated 12 metric tonnes of mahangu grains to five regions, namely Oshikoto, Oshana, Omusati, Kunene and Ohangwena, to help fend off the advances of drought.
WINDHOEK – Windhoek City Councillor Fransina Kahungu, who is among those who made it onto the Swapo Party list of 96 members vying for a seat in the National Assembly, has applauded the ruling party for pushing young women into parliament.
Windhoek – Mbunga zovadinkantu vaSWAPO kuna kuhundira asi vatulisepo etarururo lyonomvhura edi nakara muhahendentoni momberewa. Yipo asi ogu ana karamo ngesi nage yimugume asikisemo siruwo
WINDHOEK - Leader of the Mashi Traditional Authority, Chief Joseph Tembwe Mayuni, has sung praises for the government, but just coming short of telling his subjects to vote for President Geingob this November.
WINDHOEK - Environment and Tourism Minister Pohamba Shifeta says the commercialisation of wild and produced food could lead to diversification of income generating opportunities for rural Namibians.
WINDHOEK – Opposition Nudo party yesterday said retrenchments mooted at national broadcaster NBC should not target low-paid employees unless top management salaries are revealed.
WINDHOEK – The Katima Mulilo quarantine station, situated some 10km west of Katima Mulilo along the C49 road, is being vandalised by farmers since the beginning of the year.
Video: Zhou feels Namibia and China can capitalise on trade
ǀAEǁGAMS – Ministeris ǂUrusib tsî ǀHûhâsi !Oabadi dis (MoHSS) ge ǂoago Donertaxtsēs ai ǀgamǁî !nās ase nî ǂoaxase ǁgâisa ǂkhanis !Hū!nāsi Daoǁgaugu ǂKhamkhoen hîa HIVsa ūhân (ALHIV) !aromasa go mâi-ai!â. ǁGūbas ge ǂâuǀoa tsî ǀgapi !harib ai hâ ǂurusib kō!gâsa hoa ALHIVn Namibiab !nâ hâna māsa.
ǀAEǁGAMS – Ministeris ǂUrusib tsî ǀHûhâsi !Oabadi dis (MoHSS) ge Katuturas ǂUrusib Senters sîsenǁaeba 24 irga tsēs !nâ nî ǁkhowa-amsa !oabade mās !aromase nî khoraǂui. Nē kliniks ge !Norasasib !Ganni tsî
WINDHOEK – The People’s Litigation Center (PLC) has laid a complaint with the International Criminal Court (ICC) over the alleged crimes committed against Namibian civilians by the Namibian police (Nampol) and defence force (NDF).
UUVUDHIYA - Uuvudhiya Constituency in Oshana Region, which this year took in livestock from all over the northern part of the country because of its good grazing, is now home to decomposed cattle carcasses as grazing depletes.
RUNDU - The NBC radio network tower stationed at Shamvura village in Ndiyona Constituency in Kavango East has still not been fixed, 18 months after it got damaged.
WINDHOEK – A total of 2 532 households in the Zambezi Region has benefited from government’s drought relief programme from June until August this year, authorities in the region confirmed.
WINDHOEK – The fortunes of beleaguered national airline, Air Namibia, seem to be worsening as on Thursday last week it lost both its board chairperson and vice-chairperson who resigned suddenly before the
WINDHOEK – Visiting Vice-President of the Chinese People’s Association for Peace and Disarmament Zhou Li says there is room for improvement in trade between the two countries.
Otjomuise- Ombara yOuhonapare wOmbazu wa Hoveka, Turimuro Hoveka, wa ko ngorere oruyano rwe kutja eye nambano ma u ungura otja tja zemburukirwe ko tjiveta nai iyo horomende.
Ez o r o n g o n d o – Ovahungirerpo vo tupa peke peke two horomende otjiveke atjihe ihi va wo ronganene muno o ku tara ko vyungura vya otjo tjinjo, omeho no ma twi wotupa itwi. Mo na po
RUNDU – The Swapo Party regional conference for Kavango East at Rundu on Thursday nominated Alfons Dikuwa and Bertha Nyambe-Dinyando as its two nominees for the electoral college scheduled for the weekend, to stand for parliamentary seats on a Swapo ticket.
NKURENKURU - There was a huge sigh of relief among schoolgirls from poor families attending Kaakuwa Combined School in Kavango West on Tuesday when they received donations of sanitary pads and hygiene products from a youth-run organisation.
NKURENKURU - The Nkurenkuru Town Council has since 2018 been waiting for the approval of the Ministry of Urban and Rural Development (MURD) for it to enter into a joint-venture partnership with the Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) to service 333 residential plots.
WINDHOEK- Kasipecho Investment Fishing Company donated food, utensils and bedding to about 100 leaners residing at a community hostel initiated by teachers at Sato Twa Junior Primary School. The school
KATIMA MULILOS - Zambezi ǀkharisi awa!namn Komisareb, Karel Theroni ge ra mî, ǀgamǁî !haros Kalahari Desert Operations dis !gâise ǁnā ǀkharib !nâ ra ai!gûsa. Nēsis kōsen ge 171 ǂâisāhe ra khoena !khōsis !nâ ūhe hâ, ǀgoa!narib, omkhôaǂgâ!nâs tsî khoena ǁamaxus ǀkha !gaeǁaresa ūhâ ǂkhawadīn ǀkha.
ǀAEǁGAMS – Ministeris ǂUrusib tsî ǀHûhâsi !Oabadi dis (MoHSS) ge hoan xa ǀgaisa sîsenǂuiba ūhâ soǀôa-i, dolutegravir, ti a ǂansa-e !goaxa ǁkhâb ǂNūǁnâiseb !nâ nî mâi-ai!â. Nē soǀôa-i hîa Dolutegravir-i ge DTG tis tsîna ǂansa.
RUNDU - A team of Indian prosthetics together with their Namibian counterparts will hold a six-week camp to provide prosthetic limbs popularly known as Jaipur Foot free in Rundu in Kavango East starting from September 17, 2019.
KATIMA MULILO – Kuzusuluswa kwasibaka sabupoti nimaikatulusezo sesiyahezwi kwa mukulela wanuka, ili sezibahala ka Zambezi Waterfront and Tourism Park (ZWTP) kusiala mwasimbwi sina mosiinezi lilimo zetalu
WINDHOEK - The legislation governing the Meat Board of Namibia and Meatco should be reviewed to do away with overlaps and clarify roles in relation to industry regulatory, promotion and trading functions.
WINDHOEK - The Chinese Ambassador to Namibia Zhang Yiming has described the diplomatic relations between his country and Namibia as one the best on the African continent. “China-Namibia relationship is the among the best in China-Africa relationships,” said Zhang.
ONGWEDIVA – The Constituency Councillor of Omulonga Erickson Ndawanifwa has appealed to the residents of Ohangwena to report any foreign objects they may find in their areas.
OTJIWARONGO-Ovanamibia no zondekurona zo ruya veze ma zeso o ku katyenda ko mu rungu o ku yandera ovarumendu no va kazendu mba yata ozo ndambo o zo ngoto nu mba puguha o minyo vya vyo ko ngutukiro yo porotika yehi mo tjirwa tjo ngutukiro.
OTJOMUISE- Ondjjira ndjatanda otjiwana tjOvaherero nOvambanderu maitwa kondorera nu munao omihko imbi otji vyasere o ku zako kuyo.
WINDHOEK - Dr Mohammed Shehu, an academic and expert on social media addressed communication professionals and students on “Agile Social” at a networking event organised by the Namibian chapter of the Public Relations Institute of Southern Africa (PRISA) on August 21 in Windhoek.
WINDHOEK - The Namibian Chamber of Environment (NCE) and the Botanical Society of Namibia (BotSoc) in collaboration with the Centre for Biological Control from Rhodes University, South Africa, have teamed up in a project to control and combat some species of the invasive cactus plant.
ONGWEDIVA - The Minister of Finance Calle Schlettwein has called on taxpayers to embrace and promote the digital Intergrated Tax Administration System (ITAS) for the mutual benefit of all stakeholders and economic growth of the country.
KATIMA MULILO - The prospect resumption of operations of the state-owned Zambezi Waterfront and Tourism Park (ZWTP) remains as bleak as it has been over the past three years when it was temporarily closed down by government, following allegations of mismanagement.
OMUTHIYA – Some residents in Oshikoto are paying up to N$50 for a 25-litre container of water from privileged farmers who have tanks in the area, as the drought continues to ravage communities here.
ǂKHOANDAWES – !Hūb di ǁÛb, Hage Geingob ge !hao!nāsi ǂgaeǂgui-aona gere ǀkhoma in tā ǂkhâ!nâ, khoesiba khôaǁnâs ai hâ !hao!nāsi ǂūsina ǁaedi ai ǁgariǁnâhesa, aiǁgause ǂkhamǀgôade !game kais tsî
ǀAEǁGAMS – Mâ khoe-i hoa-i ge īsesa ūhâ ǁgams !aroma - !nakaba xu ge tsoatsoase da ge īsesa ūhâ tsî ǁnās ge Desre Esme Christiaansa ǁaraǂui tama hâ. Kaisames di danas, ǁîs di sîsenǂgaroba 2006ǁî kurib ai
ONGWEDIVAS – 900 000 Xa a !nāsa Namibiaǁîn ge ǂnaumâisa ǁanǁguigu !nâ Namibiab a ǂhabase ǁan hâ,
WINDHOEK - A week ago, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) hosted a five-day workshop that helped improve the financial management skills of CDC partners in Namibia and five other countries in the region.
WINDHOEK - The 5TH Session of Children’s Parliament, a platform facilitating the participation of young people in the democratic process, was officially opened early this week by the Speaker of the National Assembly, Professor Peter Katjavivi.
WINDHOEK - Ministera gonodoropa ekuliko nomukunda doponze Peya Mushelenga, kayinkondopekere asi elikwamo lyokukadika mambo gomanzi ngesi kuna kuza likatameke hena, omu yina kara asi epangero kuna kugava tupu yimaliva ano omu mokutura asi kampanike nazikarugana yirugana yangoso oyo simpe
ONESI – A starving family of 27 people in Osheedhiya village of Onesi Constituency was discovered last week by constituency councillor Titus Kanyele. As drought wreaks havoc across the country, Kanyele says Onesi is the hardest hit in Omusati Region.
OSHONGWE - In an effort to mitigate the harm of poverty in the region, the Oshikoto Regional Council, through its “Support Resources to Underprivileged Farmers” program, will assist struggling subsistence farmers in all its 11 constituencies.
TSUMEB - Hype and doubt form part of a mixed bag of feelings engulfing the minds in Tsumeb since the announcement of the development – and now start - of a N$20 billion Smart City investment at the northern mining town.
RUNDU - Various security companies are frustrated on how the Kavango East Regional Council is about to award a N$30 million tender to a company that reportedly does not meet any pre-tender requirements and gave the highest quote compared to other bidders.
OMUTHIYA - The Ministry of Defence is set to evict several households and over 20 farmers whose cattle posts encroach into the army grounds between King Kauluma and Oshivelo in Oshikoto Region. The area covers about 14 kilometres, locals say.
ǀAEǁGAMS – Sanlam Namibias ge ǁkhāǁkhāsens !nâ mâse sîsens !ēde ǁkhaisa ǂkham Namibiaǁîn hîa !kharaga ǀgapi ǁkhāǁkhāsen!khaigu air a ǁkhāǁkhāsena ge mā, nē ǂnûiǂgās di ǀaweǁguisa sîsenmās
ǀAEǁGAMS – !Norasasib !khamao tsî ai!âkam Robben !Nā!nuis ǂgiǂgos !khōsabeb, ǁōǂoa ge Andimba Toivo ya Toivob, ge ǁnāti ī ǂan!gâsa nî māhe Ondangwas anikuniǂgās di ǀons nî ǂgai-unuhe tsî ǁîb !oa ǂgaiǀonhese.
ǀAEǁGAMS – Bank Windhoeks ge Fraitaxtsēs, 9 Aoǁkhumuǁkhâb 2019 dis ai laptopde Omaheke ǀKharisi ǂKhaniǀkhuwiǁgâub, ǂKhoandawes !nâ ǂnôaba ge ǀkhae. ǀKhaebab ge !khō!oatoas khao!gâb ge Omaheke
WINDHOEK – For the 2019/2020 financial year the Ministry of Urban and Rural Development has allocated N$1.5 million to Khomas Rural Constituency for sanitation. Khomas regional governor Laura McLeod-Katjirua said the Khomas Regional Council has planned to use these funds to construct about 113 toilets.
NKURENKURU – Despite the poor rainfall received during the past rainy season, some villagers of Kapako Constituency in Kavango West Region are not living in despair over the future as they have already started clearing their crop fields.
KEETMANSHOOP – Nami#nus Constituency Councillor Jan Scholtz has dismissed the popular belief that domestic violence is confined mostly to poor families, describing this as a myth.
GOBABIS - The vice-chairperson of the Council of Traditional Leaders Goab Immanuel /Ĝaseb has expressed his gratitude to the government for providing a platform where traditional leaders can engage with various institutions.
WINDOKO – Yanali mubeleki mwakatengo ka Global Fund ili yanyazwa kamulatu wakukunupa folomani wahae nikuholofaza yana beleka niyena nabonahalile fapila muatuli Christi Liebenberg viki yefelile. Simataa
WINDOKO – Ndwalume wa tukuluho niyanali mwatolongo mwasioli sa Robben nyandi Andimba Toivo ya Toivo ukatompwa, libala la lifulai la Ondangwa halikabizwa kalibizo la hae. Libala lika bizwa kalibizo la hae kukala la 22 Muyana ili lizazi lakupepwa kwahae. Mubakweli ku mueteleli wa naha Nangolo Mbumba
CHARLES HILL – The Omaheke Regional Council and Botswana’s Ghanzi District Council last week renewed their memorandum of understanding (MoU) aimed at exchanging experiences and skills in matters related to social, economic and physical development.
ONGWEDIVA - The president of the Namibian Association of Local Authority Officials (Nalao) Walde Ndevashiya says the association wants the line ministry to pronounce itself on the issue of the management systems to be used by local authorities.
ONGWEDIVA - The Chairperson of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Accounts and Economy Peter Kazongominja is dissatisfied with some local authorities that could not account for transactions for the year under review.
DAR ES SALAAM – New Sadc chairperson, President John Magufuli of Tanzania, used his acceptance speech on Saturday to let off some steam regarding the regional bloc’s challenges over the years.
Otjomuise- O Swanu yaya kura no mutima auhe ondiero yo tjiuru tjehi ko ru seinina oku ri kwamba ko ma ningira waa vehe mbari na mbehari po mbongarero yOtjiwa¿a Oitjavari yEhi kutja pe kare otji hungiriro tjehi ro tjizeero nu ko ru seinina tji tja yeta kutja pekare Okomusara yOngonÿononeno mOmaheya
TSUMEB – MKP South Africa, the brainchild company behind a new Smart City township in Tsumeb, has pledged a N$50 million ‘monthly’ contribution to Swapo as a token of appreciation for having created political stability which provides a conducive environment for business.
RUNDU - Minister of Urban and Rural Development, Peya Mushelenga, says Namibians must denounce nepotism and corruption such as employing or favouring people because they are from a certain ethnic group or are related to them. Most importantly, they must reject racism.
Rundu - Vanandima momukunda Kavango zoupumezuva moutano kavageve runyegenyo rwawo kwaPresidente Hage G. Geingob siruwo sosigongi esi kava kere naso vana kutumbura asi somononzugo pongero omu kava tente asi awo kuna kara noudigu wononzira ntani magwanekero ponofunguna kapi gana
As a populous, tropical developing country, India faces a bigger challenge in coping with the consequences of climate change than most other countries.
KEETMANSHOOP – The Museums Association of Namibia is conducting countrywide exhibitions portraying the then Nazi regime’s ‘Science of Race’ and its implications for medical ethics
KEETMANSHOOP - Twenty-five residents from //Kharas and Hardap recently attended a Male Involvement in Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Reduction Strategy workshop in Keetmanshoop.
OPUWO – Kunene governor Marius Sheya and various other government departments recently held a consultative outreach programme with the community of Otjinungua.
OTJIWARONGO - The Chief Executive of Standard Bank Namibia, Vetumbuavi Mungunda, has hailed the just-ended Biomass and Technology Expo, saying it helps to develop technologies that can be applied for better use of rangeland and productivity of farming communities in Namibia.
RUNDU - By Wednesday last week, 64 cases of hepatitis E were confirmed in the two Kavango regions, with recent cases rocking Mpungu village in Kavango West where one death was recorded and eight cases were diagnosed with the lethal virus, health officials say.
WINDHOEK – During the 2018 audit findings it was discovered that the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) requested treasury authorisation, which was granted, for 30 items which are worn and damaged to the tune of N$24 396, to be transferred to the Ministry of Works and Transport.
Ongwediva - Age kapi ana kuliza nonombudi dina kutanta asi ngesefa moOshikango kapi zina kukura, Mukurona godoropa zaHelao Nafidi Elisaer Nghipangelwa, katente asi udigu ou tuna kara nawo ngesi kuna
WINDHOEK - International Relations and Cooperation Minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah has announced that Namibia is finalising the regulations for the law on trafficking in persons to become operational.
WINDHOEK – Deputy Minister of Education, Arts and Culture Ester Nghipondoka says primary schools are being hampered by a lack of resources such as laboratories and science apparatus.
OMUTHIYA -The annual Omuthiya Youth Fair and Trade Expo has been cancelled at an eleventh hour, due to financial constraints and the lack of sponsorship due to the drought in funding caused by the general poor performance of the country’s economy.
WINDHOEK - A passenger is in a critical condition in Katutura state hospital after the driver of the vehicle hit a steel barricade along the road. The incident happened at about 21h00 along Andrew Kloppers Street in Khomasdal on Friday evening.
Tsumkwes – United States ǂNûiǂgās !Auga!hūsi Omkhâisens (USAID) dis di !Hūǂnûǁkhaeba-aob, Dr Randy Kolstadi ge Ministeris ǂUrusib tsî ǀHûhâsi !Oabadi disa xūna ge ǀkhae Tsumkwes hîa Otjozondjupa ǀKharib
LUNGALA – Buñata bwa balimi base balatehezwi ki likomu zabona kwa linanga, naha haizwelapili kumangana ni linanga lelituna mwalilimo. Kono mwasikiliti sa Zambezi likomu lisali mwamayemo sakata
Otjomuise- Nandarire mo vingi ehi mura Þona mo mananeno, ngunda mo mbwiro yovandu no ngorongova mu na o vingi mbiri ko mbunda.
Otjomuise-Ko mu rungu wo mbongarero yo ngorongova, Otjimbumba Tjokombanda Tjongorongova ya Namibia tja u ngura no ku hina o ku urwa o ku tara o tjo kuuta mo mi hunga na wina o ma zeva mu mu
Oshakati - Nkuministera Saara Kuugongelwa Amadhila sivike kasipwire kakadingwire mukunda horowero gwaOshana mokukalitarerako mwene asi rukukutu ngapi runa gumu vantu monkarapamwe. Uuvudihiya
KABWE, Zambia - The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has donated laboratory equipment to a clinic at Mukobeko Medium Correctional Facility in the Central Province of Zambia.
OTJIWARONGO - Students in Otjituuo marched against human trafficking on Tuesday as part of the Otjozondjupa Region’s World Day Against Trafficking in Persons 2019 commemoration.
WALVIS BAY – Twenty-six members of the Narraville Shack Dwellers Federation on Monday received training in brickmaking at Walvis Bay.
WINDHOEK – Nelius Becker, Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Chief Investigator until yesterday, says Namibia is ‘not ready’ to fight corruption and fingered the courts as accomplices in this regard by not
ǀAeǁgams – ǀOro tsēdi ǀguidi nē hāǀaro ra xoamâisens ǁaxasib nî !gûǀams xa !gau hâ, xawes ge xoamâisensa kaise ǂause gere ai!gû. ǁHûis ǂHanumās, 38(1) ra mîsa !oas ge hāǀaro ra xoamâisens ǁhûi-aon disa 18 tsēdi ǁaeb !nâ nî dīhe tsîs ge ǁHûis !Nansa nē ǂhanumās ǁgaragu !naka nē kurib xoamâisendi ǀkha 8
ǀAEǁGAMS – ǀNoreǀuidi gaos, Namdebs hîa 50 persentga Namibiab ǂhanub xa tsî nau 50 persentga De Beers xa a ǀhonkhoe-aihes ge !nae!khaixa!nâ ǁnâuguxoaǁguib hîa !nona kuriga nî !khōǂgāba Namibiab Maindi Sîsenaon ǂNûǁkhaeba!nans (MUN) ǀkha ge xoa!gao. Nē ǁnâuguxoaǁguib ge ǀasa !ēde hoa ǀkhākha nî
ǀAEǁGAMS – !Hūǁî tarekhoedi ge !nāsa ǂansa pre-exposure prophylaxis, hîa PrEP ti ǀgui a ǂansas ǂnamipe hōs !nâ ūhâ. PrEPs ge pels hîa HIV nexatif khoen xa ra āhesa HIVsa hōsa ǁkhaubas ase. PrEps ge
WINDHOEK - Chinese ambassador to Namibia Zhang Yiming yesterday said the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is ‘an important milestone’ in Africa’s quest for economic integration as it will erase trade barriers, enhance interconnection and promote industrialization on the continent.
WINDOKO – Liluko lakufelisa bunjebwe nipabalelo yasicaba, lika eza lipatisiso mwanaha kaufela kubona kana sicaba sitabela mubelekelo waliluko nikutalima kana kuna nilipilaelo. Sibuabui yomuhulu mwaliluko Lot
KEETAMANSHOOP - Over 11 000 eligible voters in the //Kharas Region exercised their right to participatory democracy during the supplementary registration process that ended on Saturday.
ARANDIS – British company, Rio Tinto, says selling its stake in Rössing Uranium – one of the flagship mining companies in Namibia – was not an easy decision to make but one that needed to be taken to ensure a strong future for the mine.
Otjomuise- Nandarire kutja ehi arihe rikara nu rikara kehi yo ma u rumbu o ma remanise ape o u re wo zo mbura ine nganduu ku ndano nÿu ma ze ko ngorerasana, o u rumbu wa Eiseba na Mongua omundu ka mbu mo hungirire ko tji nga owo a uri wa na ngwise.
Otjomuise- Ouhonapare wOvambanderu wOmbazu, kehi yOmbara Killus Munjuku III Nguvauva, ma u paha o ku ningira Otjombanguriro Tjokombanda oku yandja eraa ro ku tjayera Operesidenda ya Namibia o ku
WINDHOEK – The Ministry of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare will conduct a countrywide customer satisfaction survey to identify issues between stakeholders and the line ministry.
WINDHOEK - The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) concluded there was no intention to swindle money and no money was swindle from the Ministry of Justice by three officials accused of having received money in
BUKALO - Today’s momentous fundraising event to renovate Sanjo Secondary School in Katima Rural Constituency that has not been refurbished since its construction in 1975 are on track and some tents have
RUNDU - Kayengona Combined School headmaster Anna Ndambu Mateya says it is important that schools’ entrepreneurship day is supported by parents and the community.
Rundu - Muntu gonomvhura 27 mugara kavamuroyere vawidi vamwe posiruwo oso age kuna kutunda koyirugana moutano kongurova ano konyima yiyo kakadogorokere mosipangero sepangero moRundu oku
WINDHOEK - Minister of Information and Communication Technology (Mict) Stanley Simataa and the Vice-
WINDHOEK - Namibia has applauded Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro for his “determination and spirit of no-surrender” saying it has upheld the country against the onslaught of foreign powers bent on crippling the long-held history and principles of the country.
MARIENTAL – Efforts to transform Kai//Ganaxab youth skills training centre into a fully-fledged vocational training centre are progressing at a slow pace.
ǀAEǁGAMS – ǀAeǁgams ǁgam sîsenū-aon ge ǀgui persenti ǁgam-e ai!â gere ǂoa wekheb !nâ ge sâu tsîn hâna nē ǀgaub ai nî ai!gû sâus ǀkhas kara, on ge supuse ǁnā mîǁguisa disikoroǀa persentgu ǁgam-e sâusa a sī!nâ
ǀAEǁGAMS – Namibia Business Innovative Institutes (NBII), hîa Namibiab Universitaits ǂAns tsî Texnoloxib dis (NUST) di !âs ge !Hūǂnûǁkhaebas Finlandi dis tsî Rlabs Namibias hâra ǀkha ǀhû hâse mario!nâ ǁkhā
Aspersions and doubts continue to be cast on the work of the Presidential Commission of Inquiry into Ancestral Land Rights and Restitution by members of the public and leaders of communities, including
WINDHOEK - With recent climatic disaster experienced in the Southern African region, Namibia says it is
OKADHILA- Nonado aalumentu oyendji moshilongo mboka haya iyadha moondjokana naakiintu yawo ya hakukilwa komikithi omidhigu ee taya lemana ohaye ya shuna ko kooyina, omugandjimayele
KEETMANSHOOP – The Landless People’s Movement of Namibia (LPM), during a media briefing, described President Hage Geingob’s recent town hall meeting in the town as a means of campaigning for the
WINDHOEK - Minister of Urban and Rural Development, Peya Mushelenga, says the ministry is working around the clock on the Rehoboth issue of suspended councillors and will eventually pass a decision at the
OMUTHIYA - Termites have found refuge in sewerage manholes at a newly developed residential area of Extension 5 in Omuthiya, a situation that will lead to blockage of the drainage system.
RUNDU - The Namibia Qualifications Authority (NQA) wiill be in Nkurenkuru today to conduct an education session on accredited courses and institutions in Namibia. Life skills teachers will then in turn pass on the
RUNDU – Government’s Uvhungu-Vhungu green scheme, some 10km east of Rundu along the Rundu-Divundu gravel road, is thriving despite the financial and climatic challenges it faces.
KEETAMNSHOOP - President Hage Geingob yesterday equated his nationwide town hall meetings to a concerned father monitoring the well being of his children.
ǀAeǁGAMS – Air Namibias ge ǁnāti ī ǀhaeǂhôana ge !haraxū mî rana ǁîs !aruǀî hoarahus ra !oaba !auga!hūsi ǁkhanadi Franfurts ǁga hâde nî ǀûsa, nausan ǁnāti ī ǂhôana ǂhôamāǂuidi !nâ ge hâ i xawes ge noxopa
ǀAEǁGAMS – Sîsenǂui ra direkteri ǂGuro Ministers Beros !nâb I-Ben Natangwe Nashandib ge ra mî, ǂhanub ǀkhamasa tsî ǁawosa sîsenǀgauga ǂgaekhâi hâsa, îb ǁawoǁawo nē proxrammi hîa ǀkhurub huib !aroma hâb
WINDHOEK – Khomas regional police chief, Commissioner Joseph Shikongo, has called on civil society organisations – and particularly the People’s Litigation Centre (PLC) – to be objective in their demands and reporting.
WINDHOEK – Scores of people, who included former Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba, converged in prayer and thanksgiving at St George’s Diocesan School in Windhoek recently as the school
Residents of Omaheke Region last week Thursday flocked to the Ben Van Der Walt Primary School hall in Gobabis to engage with President Hage Geingob on issues affecting them and their communities. The President is on a series of such meetings, with each region to interact with him. Journalist Kuzeeko Tjitemisa captured some of the interactions as follows:
RUNDU - Two men were arrested on Thursday last week at Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) voters supplementary registration point at Sikanduko informal settlement on the south outskirts of Rundu. It is
KEETMANSHOOP – Statistics from the supplementary voters registration process in the //Kharas Region thus far suggest that persons turning 18 years old make up the biggest portion of eligible voters.
KEETMANSHOOP – Inspector General Sebastian Ndeitunga has told police officers that if they fail to prevent and detect crime timeously, they would lose the trust and confidence of the public.
WINDHOEK - The Namibia National Student’s Organisation (Nanso) has been approved as an official member of the World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY).
RUNDU - Northern Regional Electricity Distributor (Nored) yesteday donated equipments to use for the training of artisans at Rundu Vocational Training Centre (RVTC).
RUNDU - Northern Regional Electricity Distributor (Nored) has commissioned Rundu’s Ndama Extensions 2 and 3 electrification project.
MARIENTAL - Newly appointed regional resettlement committee members for Khomas, Hardap, //Kharas and Omaheke regions were advised this week not to disclose any of the information they discussed during their committee meetings as it is confidential.
OSHAKATI – The water crisis in the Uuvudhiya grazing areas will soon be an issue of the past after the Oshana Regional Council, in collaboration with the Rural Water Supply Department, secured 10 water tanks from the Office of the Prime Minister.
Omuthiya - Mukadona gonomvhura 21 munasure gomarutu gavali momandaha ganapuko kavamukwaterere kononkondo mukamukundagona gaOnethindi gwakara momukundahorowero gwaOshikoto. Age kuna
Divundu - Ndango zegendeso zodoropa zaDivundu mokupitira momukurona gomberewa Athanasius Maghumbo katente asi ava vadiva kukulika mavango nomatungo ngesi kuna kuvandindira vawize modoropa
WINDHOEK – Draft regulations to the Access to Biological and Genetic Resources and Associated Traditional Knowledge Act of 2017 have been referred to the legal drafters for final input.
WINDHOEK - Ovaherero Paramount Chief, Advocate Vekuii Rukoro has described the Presidential Commission of Inquiry on Ancestral Land Claims as an election gimmick.
OMUTHIYA - Just in time when community members of Nehale Lya Mpingana Constituency - worst hit in terms of availability of basic services - were wondering about the slow paced development in the
KEETMANSHOOP - The Constitution of Namibia, Article 95, requires the state to actively promote as well as maintain the welfare of people and create equal opportunities.
RUNDU – Ndonga Linena Constituency Councillor Petrus Kavhura, who is also a member of parliament in the National Council, says the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) did not consult the Kavango East
RUNDU - ECN regional coordinator for Kavango West Romanus Haironga says despite transport challenges,
ǀAEǁGAMS – ǁNāpa ge !oega hâ i gǂans in tā ǂhanuba ra sîsenba khoena 2019ǁî kurib di hāǀaro ra xoamâisendi garu a ǁaeb !nâ nî dīhe ǁhûidi !aroma xoamâisens !aroma ǁaerob ǀguib di sîsen!harodi !nâ
ǀAEǁGAMS – Namibiab Pos tsî !Gaeǁaredi ǂNûiǂgās (NPTH) ge ǂoago wekheb Donertaxtsēs ai N$60 miljunsa ǂhanuba ge ǀkhae ǁîb di ǀKhurub huib Proxrammi !nâ nî sîsenūhese. Nē marisa marisihuib dimāǁnâs
ǂNŪǂGOAES – Ministeris ǂUrusib tsî ǀHûhâsib !Oabadi dis !naka ra ǁnā !âb hîa ǀHubuǀhubusenxūn Hîǀhurus, ǁKhaubas, ǀHubuǀhubusenxūna ǁKhaes !nâ ūhâs tsî Khoen nē mâsib !nâ hâna ǁKhawa ǂŪruǂūrus dib ge ai!â
GIBEON - “As a Chief, recognised under the Traditional Authorities Act, 25 of 2000, you will be required to be the custodian of the Customary Law of the Witbooi traditional community,” said Peya Mushelenga, the
DIVUNDU - Divundu Village Council CEO Athanasius Maghumbo said property developers are welcome to approach his office for virgin land, as the village battles housing and accommodation challenges.
KATIMA MULILO – Lipatisiso hala lifu la Lemmy Mutonga yana kunupilwe kwamunzi wahae kwa Naziabo, mwasilalanda sa Nankuntwe mwasikiliti sa Zambezi lizamaya hande. Muongaongi walitaba zabubangoki
WINDHOEK – The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) says that since the N$220 million allocated to it for the 2019/20 financial year is not sufficient to successfully cover its programmes and activities, it will be
WALVIS BAY – Minister of Economic Planning and Director General of the National Planning Commission (NPC) Obed Kandjoze has called upon regional councils to assign officials to conduct regular monitoring of
Otjomuise- O ku risa o vi namwinyo oo tji¿a otji zeu nu tji tji nana otji mariva mo ndjaÞu yo mu Þuta mo vi¿a vyarwe ovingi vyo ku tumba o vi na mwinyo.
Otjomuise-Ma pe munika ayo na ngwari ongendo mo kati ko vakwatera va Namibia kahi ro tjizeero porwe nu ngwari mo kati kaimba mba pandjara ehi rao ro tji zeero mu na va rwe mba pa ndjara ehi mo ru veze ro
LILONGWE, MALAWI - The United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (Unodc) has held a series of training
WINDHOEK – Following calls to bar civil servants from taking up temporary jobs during the 2019 supplementary registration of voters, the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) says no single
Mukwe - Presidentegona Nangolo Mbumba katente asi eyi kuna kuretesapo matjiliso omu tuna kukulika
WINDHOEK – The Deputy Minister of Disability Affairs Alexia Manombe-Ncube has said if Namibia is serious about addressing issues of equality, the country should drastically boost the number of women with
WINDHOEK – With the provision of menstrual hygiene being an issue in the country, Kapana in Town (local kapana business) decided to help less privileged girls by offering kapana to people in exchange for sanitary
OMUTHIYA – Swapo Party regional leadership for Oshikoto will on Saturday convene a regional executive committee meeting to discuss corruption allegations levelled against its local authority councillors serving on the Omuthiya Town Council.
KATIMA MULILO – Police investigations in the death of Lemmy Mutonga shot dead at his village at Naziabo in Nankutwe area in the Zambezi Region.
WINDHOEK - Stereotypes, bias, stigma and misunderstanding continue to isolate career options in the technical and vocational education and training (TVET) domain.
RUNDUS – !Nakaǂnôa Presidenti Nangolo Mbumbab, ge ra ǂhâba ǂurusib ministeris, Rundus ǂhanusi ǀaeǁgâub ǂgaeǂguis tsî omaob tsîn nî sîsenǁaresa in ǀasase ge omhetsoatsoa ǁora!khaiba omtoa. Nē ommi
ǀAEǁGAMS – Hoa !Hūbaisise ūsa !gôakhâigu ge ra ǁgau, khoen hîa !âtsūǀkhāb !nâ hân di !gôab ob ra ǂharo o ra ǂharosa tsî nēsi 821 miljun khoena !khōǂgā hâsa. 113 Miljun khoen ge ǁkhōǁkhōsa !âs mâsib !nâ ûihâ tsî
WINDHOEK - The Minister of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment Creation, Errki Nghimtina, has expressed concern that employers and employees are not in full compliance with labour legislation, although
ONDIJE – Ondije Mobile School in Epupa Constituency of Kunene Region, situated 180km west of Opuwo, became the beneficiary of two new hostel blocks for boys and girls and accommodation for teachers with
Ombwenge na Tjomuise- Orutu rwehi rOvandoitji ro ma ungurure kumwe, o u supi ndu tjiukwa otjo GIZ, ma rut ja otutu tu tuzikamena ko u tuta matuso oku pewa omasa. O mu yandja ndunge ko GIZ, Oliver Manungo,
OTJOMUISE- O mu kuramenepo wehi rOvandoitji mo Namibia, Christian Mathias Schlaga, nai ngwamana o u yenda we mo Namibia, ma rakiza kutja ozo horomende azeembari inda, ya Namibia no yehi re, aze
WINDHOEK – In response to Miss Namibia 2018 Selma Kamanya’s public statement on the woes of the Miss Namibia pageant, the venture running Miss Namibia has indicated it will seek legal action against the
KEETMANSHOOP – Swapo Party national secretary of information and mobilisation Hilma Nicanor said the path trotted to independence by party cadres was not an easy one and did not come on a silver platter,
Rundu– Elikwamo eli vaturapo lyokutara asi ngano ngapi vanandima navalituramo mokuzangura nombuto
WINDHOEK – The Abidjan Convention to which Namibia is a party will hold its second conference of its
RUNDU - The Minister of Works and Transport John Mutorwa recently approved five new local authorities as motor vehicle registering authorities and he has thus directed Roads Authority (RA) to act swiftly on his ministerial directive.
IMPALILA – The Minister of Defence Penda Ya Ndakolo last Friday officially opened the Impalila Naval Base which he believes will play a pivotal role in providing security and to bolster the fight against crime in the far-eastern island bordering Zambia and Botswana.
OKALONGO – Well-known resident of Okalongo and Oshakati Natanael Ndikwetepo will be coronated this Saturday – June 29 – as traditional head of Ondudu district in Okalongo.
BUKALO – The high-profile reunion planned at Sanjo Secondary School in Katima Rural Constituency in July intends to generate N$850 000 through a gala event to be graced by alumni of the school and possibly some invited diplomats.
Otjomuise- O tja tja rira o mbazu o tjikando no tjikando o vatuta mberi mo tjomuise o kuya pamwe o ku hungira o wanyoro o hunga no vi nenge vyo u tuta, Oritjatu indi va tjitire nao metuwo ro me ri naneno ro Komando ye rapi ro Tjiserandu, o komando oi tjavari muno.
WINDHOEK - City of Windhoek spokesperson Lydia Amutenya said the current indications are that the available water in the dams can only sustain Windhoek for the next two years.
ONKUMBULA – The assistant pro-vice chancellor of the University of Namibia’s Oshakati campus, Dr Paulina Uugwanga, has expressed concern over the suffering of the African child in an independent
WINDHOEK - The Namibian University of Science and Technology (Nust) chancellor Professor Peter Katjavivi yesterday said he is disappointed by the recent turn of events at the country’s largest university. K
WINDHOEK – Government yesterday launched the National Action Plan (NAP) on Women, Peace and Security that aims at strengthening the integration of a gender perspective in peace and security
RUNDU - The Director of Education in Kavango East Region Fanuel Kapapero feels it is not enough to just teach, but there must be quality teaching taking place in schools especially in rural areas.
ONGWEDIVA – The head of rural and water supply in the northern region in the Ministry of Agriculture, Water
KATIMA MULILO – Babane ili limembala zalubasi luliluñwi babanyazwa mwapulao ya Lemmy Mutonga,