ONþEROMBAPA- OvaÞuta mOkarukondua kOmatoororero ka Mongua mOrukondua rwa Maheke vekawondja komurungu okupandjarisa ovinamwinyo eyuva arihe kourumbu.
OTJOMUISE- Okuteza nokuzemburuka ozondapo ozongoto yomwiimbura wa South Africa, omuyaruke Dan Tshanda, ngwaÞire omweze imBwi tjiyari yetano, ovature va Kakarara mavemuzemburuka po Tate Sammy’s Beer House 2 ndino motjihuro tjao.
WINDHOEK - Namibians employed at the U.S Embassy in Windhoek have not been spared from the non-payment of wages that has affected 800 000 American government workers the longest ever shutdown in that country’s history.
RUNDU - Chairperson of the Kavango East Regional Farmers Union (KERFU) Adolf Muremi says they have been engaging with the Office of the Environmental Commissioner and the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry to find an amicable solution to the resumption of trade in timber.
ONESI - The mood at the residence of the late retired major-general Peter Nambundunga in Onesi village of Omusati Region is somber.
WINDHOEK - A former senior Namibian police officer convicted of murder for fatally shooting an 18-year-old apologised to the family of his victim when he testified in mitigation of sentence in the Windhoek High Court at the Windhoek Prison Facility before Judge Dinnah Usiku.
ONGWEDIVA – Claims of tribalism and regionalism have preceded the suspension of the Grootfontein’s Strategic Executive of Finance and Information Technology Ileni Hainghumbi, an allegation refuted by the municipal CEO.
WINDHOEK - In an attempt to accommodate excess learners who still do not have placement, the Khomas regional education directorate has resorted to placing pupils in tents to address the shortage of classroom spaces in schools.
WINDHOEK – A memorial service was recently held in Windhoek in order to create awareness on religious freedom and protection of human rights.
WINDHOEK- Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation (IRDNC), Namibia’s pioneering non-governmental organisation in the national Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) programme, on Friday received a donation of 11 brand-new vehicles.
OSHIFO – The lack of serviced land in Oshifo at Ruacana town in the Omusati Region delays the chances of a fuel station being constructed there. Currently, there is only one filling station situated at Ruacana Extension 2, formerly known as Ruacana Town, which is located about three kilometres west of Oshifo.
WINDHOEK - Grootfontein air force base, which is mandated to monitor the Namibian airspace among other national duties, is faced with a shortage of accommodation for its members.
The Namibian Defence Force (NDF) has been ordered to vacate a private shooting range in the district of Rehoboth after the lawful owners approached the Windhoek High Court on an urgent basis to evict them from the premises they unlawfully occupied.
RUNDU - Chairperson of the Kavango East Farmers Union (Kefu) Adolf Muremi has urged farmers in the region to work their land, despite the poor rain prospects.
RUNDU - The police duty point (substation) opened in November last year under a tree at Ndama location in Rundu has been of great help to the residents – as well as police who now attend to crime in the area with relative ease.
OMUTHIYA - Constituency councillors in Oshikoto Region have encouraged local communal farmers not to lose hope from late and scattered rainfalls.
WALVIS BAY - Addressing social challenges in communities through proper counselling will not only root out social evils such as domestic violence and teenage pregnancies but will ensure an emotionally-healthy society, a psychologist says.
KHORIXAS – Khorixas mayor Elizabeth Geises has defended council against any blame for the blocked drainage system at the town, saying residents have themselves to blame.
KATIMA MULILO – The opening of a dialysis centre in Katima Mulilo to provide treatment to patients with renal failure has been put on hold after the town’s water tested positive for bacteria.
WINDHOEK - Namibian Christendom is for the first time confronted by a topic that, until now, as far as the Namibian church establishment is concerned, has always been a straightforward matter: the Namibian Constitution does not guarantee marriage for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) persons.
RUNDU - A school principal at Satotwa Junior Primary School in Kavango West’s Katjinakatji education circuit, accused of severely assaulting a parent of one of his pupils last year after the parent complained of his absenteeism, has seemingly escaped any action from the education directorate.
KEETMANSHOOP - Swapo //Kharas Regional Coordinator Matheus Mumbala says Namibia has lost a man whose mobilisation skills and tactics is second to none, in reference to the late pioneer trade unionist, freedom fighter, political detainee and deputy defence minister Petrus Ilonga.
KATIMA MULILO - As the festive season reaches its peak, two famous recreational places of Namibia’s two northeast regions, Kavango East and Zambezi, namely Stony City and Rundu riverside beaches, famous for swimmers usually attract thousands of people.
WINDHOEK - While Namibian cattle producers has described the direct involvement of Karan Beef of South Africa in the Namibian procurement market as a possible early Christmas gift, one baffling question remains unanswered: Where and how will Meatco as Namibia’s most important export abattoir feature in the operation?
WINDHOEK - The festive season is here! While we planned and ensured that we have the perfect gifts for our loved ones; we are sometimes left with those unwanted last-minute shopping trips to the mall.
KEETMANSHOOP- The Keetmanshoop Municipality donated 100 pre-paid electricity meters to the town’s elderly residents which will enable those that want to migrate from conventional to pre-paid to do so with ease without having to fork out a cent for the pre-paid metres.
WINDHOEK- Government says it has no plans to reduce or cancel housing benefits of civil servants.
KEETMANSHOOP - //Kharas Regional Council Chairperson Jan Scholtz says 2018 has been a tough year for the region and he is therefore pleased that it is finally coming to an end and he is positive the year 2019 will be better in terms of service provision.
WINDHOEK – The United States of America’s efforts to provide assistance to foreign countries to combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria
OMUTHIYA - Plans are afoot to construct four major roads in Nehale Lya Mpingana Constituency ranked as one of the worst inaccessible areas.
WINDHOEK - In a rare move, as the National Council adjourned Thursday for the festive season, its chairperson Margaret Mensah-Williams encouraged the Members of Parliament to take the lead by being safe drivers, and obey the rules of the road, most especially the speed limit.
OTJINENE - The Omaheke Governor, Festus Ueitele took this year’s Christmas initiative to Otjinene, where he treated the elderly people and some residents to a lunch and some clothes. Aimed at encouraging the spirit of Ubuntu during the festive season, the charity event attracted a large crowd of residents who had to endure the day’s heat and fill the community hall to its capacity on Wednesday afternoon.
ONGWEDIVA – The Ongwediva Town Council on Thursday commissioned the construction of the much awaited 1.6 km Ehenge road. The road will be upgraded from gravel to bitumen standard by Kambwa Trading at a cost of N$12.6 million. The groundworks, which already commenced late November, is envisaged to be completed June next year.
WINDHOEK - The Namibian Civil Society Organisations (CSO) remained mostly dormant during the last two years due to a decrease in donour funding, a report by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) launched on Wednesday stated.
SWAKOPMUND - The Ministry of Mines and Energy’s state of the art, environmental friendly regional office building at Swakopmund, which was constructed at the cost of N$42.2 million has not been officially inaugurated since it’s completion in 2016.
WINDHOEK -The man who is accused of killing a four-year-old boy he cared for as his own son, after he heard rumours that he is not the biological father, testified yesterday that his neighbour was the one who is responsible for the boy’s death.
WINDHOEK- The Ministry of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare says the donation account, established for generous organisations and individuals to donate money to help the poor, has been well received.
WINDHOEK - Expectant mothers may claim for contribution from the father towards pregnancy-related expenses before the child is born, if amendmends to this effect to the Maintenance Act of 2003 go through.
RUNDU - In May 2014, construction of the new maternity ward at the Rundu Intermediate Hospital was started with the aim of improving maternity services in the Kavango East Region. But, four years later, the construction is yet to be finalised and this is due to delays resulting from a dispute between the Ministry of Health and Social Services and the contractor, according to the Permanent Secretary in the health ministry, Ben Nangombe.
LÜDERITZ - More than 60 patients who sought medical attention at the Lüderitz Clinic yesterday morning expressed dissatisfaction that they had to wait for more than one hour for the administration clerk to pay for their health passport (hospital card) fee, before being attended to by the nurses at the facility.
WINDHOEK - As Namibia and the rest of the world marked the end of the 16 days of activism campaign against Gender-Based Violence (GBV) on Monday, a 27-year-old woman tragically lost her life on the same day at the hands of her ex-boyfriend who later turned the gun on himself instantly taking his life.
ÅAEǁGAMS – !Hanaǂgā-aon ge ǂHanub di aoǁguib ǁgâudi tawa !hanaǂûna ǂgās diba ǁnâuÅnam tsî nî sîsenǂam in nēs !nâ-ū sâuǁkhāsib !hūb diba !hanaǂgās !nâ-ū Åomkhâi kai. Nē ǂgans ge ǁnāti ī Ånûgus hîa ǂhanub, ǂgari-aon tsî !hanaǂgā-aon tsî !kharaga ǂharugun ǁaegu hâba !gâi Ågaub !nâ nî Åomkhâi kai. Nēs ge !kharaga aoǁguigu hîa Werengendje SîsenÅgaub
ÅAEǁGAMS – ÅGuikaidisi tsî ǁkhaisadisihûÅa (187) āǁamaxu!khaigu ge Ågūǁae ge a !gûÅam Basadi ǁNāǂams hîa tarekhoedi ǂhanub tsî ǂhanu-aisib !oabadi !nâ mâdi tsî !kharaga ministeridi tsîn didi !khōdanas !naka. ǁNāpa di ge 714 āǁamaxu!khaiga sari hâ i ǁaeb !nâ di ge tare Åawa!namde 56 Ågôan hîa 18 kurin !naka hâna nēpa gere Åhao-ū. ǁNā
WINDHOEK - Ghanaian award-winning actress Lydia Forson was told many times that she was too dark and ‘too big’ for acting roles, the actress shared last week while visiting Namibia.
WINDHOEK – A degree of ignorance on the part of homeowners is a major contributing factor in the loss of houses through shady deals, says minister of Justice, Sakeus Shangala.
WINDHOEK – Out of the 6 605 corruption reports registered with the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) since its inception in 2006, only 347 have been finalised in the courts, while 212 cases are still pending for trial, ACC Director General, Paulus Noa has said.
WINDHOEK - Katima Mulilo in the Zambezi Region is next among various rural and urban centres across the country to benefit from a maternal centre when the Minister of Labour, Erkki Nghimtina, presides over the groundbreaking for this shelter at the town this Thursday.
This week I was pleased to officiate at the landmark event – the unveiling of the Peugeot Opel Assembly Plant in Namibia at Walvis Bay.
Disability is a cross-cutting issue that cannot be implemented by one institution alone, if the plight of the disabled is to be met, all sectors must mainstream people with disabilities in their programmes.
Legal aid or legal representation is a welfare provision by the state to people who could otherwise not afford counsel from the legal system. Legal aid also helps to ensure that welfare provisions
The Environmental Investment Fund of Namibia (EIF) represented by its CEO, Benedict Libanda, signed a Funded Activity Agreement (FAA) with the Green Climate Fund (GCF) worth N$140 million to support climate change adaptation and disaster risk management in Kunene Region.
The mother of a four-year old boy killed in a fit of rage by a man she misled to believe it was his own blood testified the relationship between the two had been “loving” before he found out through the rumour mill the child was sired by another man.
WINDHOEK - Nguuru gomukunda gwaKhomas Laura Mcleod Katjirua kapi ana kara asi muntu gokuhafa nokutanta asi age kapi yina kumuhafesa omu vakansela vamwe ava faura koyigongi yopaveta unene eyi ayikara monomukunda horowero dawo. Mcleod Katjirua kahundilire owo yina gumu vahepa kuyihageka ngesi omu vakara asi aw okapi ava moneka poyilika eyi ayihoroka monomukda horowero dawo, omu ava gava nkenye apa asi aw okapi ava gwana nombapira dokuvazigida koyilika yangoso. Ndi pwarumwe awo kutanta asi kapi vadivako Yuma koyihorokwa yangoso. Age kageve nonakngo odo
SHARM EL-SHEIKH - The Executive Secretary of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity, Dr Christiana Pascar Palmer, is concerned the world failed to stop the loss of biodiversity.
SHARM EL-SHEIKH - Africans are concerned about the continent’s biological and genetic resources being shipped from the continent to other parts of the world – without any benefits to the owners of these biological and genetic resources in African.
SHARM EL-SHEIKH - Kauna Betty Schroeder, the principal project coordinator in the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET), will serve on the Compliance Committee of the Nagoya Protocol (NP) on Access and Benefit Sharing of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).
KATIMA MULILO - Employees of the Katima Mulilo Town Council (KMTC), who on Monday downed tools over a nine percent salary increment, yesterday returned to work after the Council and Namibia Public Workers’ Union (Napwu) signed a salary hike agreement.
WINDHOEK - The University of Namibia (Unam) has sprung to its own defense following a firestorm of criticism from the Namibian Chamber of Mines that feels the decision to relocate the Geology Department from Windhoek to Keetmanshoop “is ill-advised. ”
RUNDU - In an isolated unpleasant incident, a total of 32 buffalo carcasses were picked between September and November in Bwabwata National Park, Kavango East Region. A subsequent investigation ascertained the beasts were killed by the highly contagious anthrax disease.
KEETMANSHOOP - The transformation of Oranjemund from a restricted town to an open town with a town council as a service provider is going well despite the current economic situation that is prevailing in the country, mainly attributed to the reduction in global commodity prices.
KATIMA MULILO – Babeleki bakatengo katolopo ya Katima Mulilo, babonisize kuli habana kusebeza kukala kachenu, kasamulaho akupalelwa kufita fatumelelano hala kekezo ya 9 pesenti. Ba New Era nebabulelezwi kuli Katengo Katolopo nekasatabeli kufa kekezo kwa bababeleki bakona, kono kasamulaho wakusundwa kikatengo kaka yemela babeleki ka
KATIMA MULILO – Liluko lelibona zakulwanisa Bunjebwe ni Pabalelo ya Sicaba, likaisa taba yakuholisa lico mwa Katima Mulilo mwa sikiliti sa Zambezi, mi mwakubata kutaleleza mulelo wo, balobañwi babakana baholisa lico nebafumani lituto mwaliviki zefelile.
WINDHOEK - Southern Business School Namibia has opened registration for Distance Education at its Centres in Namibia. The registration kicked-off on November 27, 2018 and will run until March 16, 2019. During this time, the business school will also embark on a roadshow to most regions of the country.
KATIMA MULILO - The leader of the official opposition party PDM, McHenry Venaani, vowed that he will work tirelessly to fight tribalism in Zambezi, which he say paints a bad image of the region. Venaani made these remarks when he officially opened a capacity building workshop, for the regional leaders from the eight north and northeast regions in Katima Mulilo last Friday.
OMUVERO WA KA¬UMBA- Otjiungura tjokotjiveta tjokuraisira ohoromende ya Namibia kutja omatwirisiro wombara yOuhonapare Wouvara wOmbazu wa Hoveka kehi yotjiwana tja Tjimana yekayendavi kayesere okumunikwa otjomakuruhungi, Ombara Turimuro Hoveka watjere nao potjitjitwa ihi Oroviungura ndazuko.
RUNDU - The Legal Assistance Centre (LAC) is currently analysing old and new court cases relating to wildlife crimes with the intention to make recommendations to the Ministry of Environment and Tourism to the Office of the Judiciary and to the Prosecutor-General’s Office to boost efficiency.
WINDHOEK - The first ever Draft Policy on Social Protection that is expected to create a comprehensive social protection system, which is efficient and effective in addressing risks and vulnerabilities that people face at different stages of their lives, is ready for public input.
WINDHOEK- Wildlife trafficking has become a million-dollar criminal enterprise that has expanded beyond local conservation efforts and game protection.
Ongwediva - Vadinkantu momukundahorowero gwaOshana kavatente asi awo kuna hara mudinkantu vamupe evango eli lyounguuru ana sigi nguuru gwanare Clemens Kashuupulwa ogu kavapere nkera sirugana sokukakarerapo Namibia kosirongo saRusia.
Windhoek - Mbunga vanakutmbura asi Anti Corruption Commission (ACC)kavatente asi awo yousili kuna kukona kona nombudi edi vavaretera dokutanta asi mukurona gositata saVenduka, Muezee Kazapua kwaruganesa siakarata sendi sopamberewa esi gagwana asi mukurona gositata omu garanda nyama, nonhunhwa koKFC, nondja ntani yikunwa eyi yina kara asi kwayiruganesa pwamwene kapisi paveta. Mukurona gombunga ezi Director Paulus Noa katente asi yousili
WINDHOEK - A 46-year-old man who was the captain and owner of a fishing vessel fell from the top deck into the hole of the fishing vessel on Sunday. The deceased, identified as Perez Jesus, a Spanish national, shattered his skull in the fall and died instantly.
OSHAKATI - The ousted chairperson of the management committee at the Oshakati Town Council, Katrina Shimbulu, who is at the centre of the withdrawal of the local authority councillors at the town, said the party could have opted to chuck her out alone without dissolving the entire leadership.
WINDHOEK - A group of former gang members who terrorised communities from south to central Namibia whom they subjected to their evil deeds, have undergone a tremendous social transformation and they now expend their energy training other youths in the art of dancing.
ONGWEDIVA – The Oniipa Town Council political office-bearers retained their positions when Mannetijes Kambonde and Lovisa Ndeapo Iikali were re-elected to serve as mayor and deputy mayor respectively at a swearing-in ceremony held at the town on Tuesday.
KUNENE - In light of an increase in incidents of gender-based violence (GBV) at the workplace the Minister of Gender Equality and Child Welfare yesterday launched the 16 days of activism against the anti-social vice at the north-western town of Opuwo in the Kunene Region.
WINDHOEK – After the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) was rebranded in November 2017 from its former name of DTA that linked it to the former colonial administration, the party announced all its members should discard their old DTA cards and register and receive the rebranded PDM membership cards.
WINDHOEK – The National Council public hearing committee on public accounts has given the City of Windhoek 14 days to respond to some serious key findings pertaining to its finances by the Auditor General Junias Kandjeke in the report for the municipality for the financial year ended June 30, 2016.
WINDHOEK - Swapo Party district coordinator at Otjinene and councillor on the Otjinene Village Council, Assaria Tjingaete, was once again arrested for alleged stock theft, the regional police commander for Omaheke Region, Commissioner Andreas Haingura, confirmed yesterday.
WINDHOEK - Speaker of the National Assembly, Professor Peter Katjavivi officially on Tuesday opened the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA) conference that is being hosted by Namibia.
KEETMANSHOOP - //Kharas Governor Lucia Basson has hailed offenders at the Keetmanshoop correctional facility for repairing tables and chairs for schools in the region.
KATIMA MULILO - The Ministry of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare will soon introduce the food bank initiative in Katima Mulilo in the Zambezi Region and to fulfil this undertaking it last week trained nine members of the street committee who will distribute food.
KATIMA MULILO - State witnesses expected to testify in the case of alleged corruption of the CEO of the Katima Mulilo Town Council, Raphael Liswaniso, are unhappy that the CEO was recently allowed to return to work after his bail conditions which prevented him from going near the council premises were relaxed by the Katima Mulilo Magistrate’s Court.
SWAKOPMUND - Senior legal officials from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) are currently discussing the implementation of legal instruments that are part of the protocols on Extradition and on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters.
ǀAEǁGAMS – ǂOago wekheb Wunstaxtsēs ais ge ǀgora!gâ!khaigu berosa ge ǂanǂan, !kharaga ǁnâu!gâ!khaigu nî !ereamxasiba māhesa, !gameǀgoras ǂganamsendi ǀkha sîsensa îs nē gaxu !âus hîa ǁkhāti !gamse marisise khoena ra tsâǀkhāsa ǀamǀamhe ǁkhā. Nēsis kōsen ge !gameǀgoras ǁhōna ǀGapi ǁNâu!gâ!khaib !nâ ǀgui goro ǁnâu!gâhe. Nē ǂanǂandi ge
ǀAEǁGAMS - ǂHanub di sîsensoadi ge !nāsase tarekhoede ūhâ aorekhoegu xa, ǁîdi ra !nāsa ǀammi 57 persentgu diga ǂhanub sîsenaon !nâ dīǂui !khaisas ge ǂGuro Ministers Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhilasa ǂoago wekheb Denstaxtsēs ai ge ǂanǂan. ǂGuro Ministers ge nē mâsiba !khō!gâ tsî ǂhanub di !ereamxasib surigu ǀguitikōsiba ǂâisa ǂnûi-ais dib mâtikōse
ǀAEǁGAMS – Daob tsūke!gân ge !hūb sâuǁkhāsiba ǁaupexa N$1.3 biljunsa ra ǂgan, tib ge Ministeris Sîsengu tsî !Nari!oabadi Ministeri, John Mutorwaba ge mî. Nē !gôagu ge 2016ǁî kurib !nâs ge !Hū!nāsi Daob !Norasasib ǀAwemā!nansa (NRSC) dī hâ i ôa!nâdi tsî ge Ernst & Young Kō!gâs ǂNûiǂgās xa a ǁawoǁawohede xu a hōsa. Mutorwab ge ǂoago wekheb Denstaxtsēs ai
WINDHOEK - The Ministry of Environment and Tourism has taken note of the concerns raised around the well-being and existence of the Namib wild horses after the last of the four foals born since September had been preyed on by spotted hyenas.
ONGWEDIVA – Young people in Oshana Region said they want a young person to be appointed as governor to replace incumbent Clemens Kashuupulwa who was commissioned yesterday as Namibia’s new ambassador to Russia. Kashuupulwa, 70, has been governor of Oshana for 20 years, since 1998.
WINDHOEK - Rio Tinto has entered into a binding agreement with China National Uranium Corporation Limited (CNUC) for the sale of its entire 68.62 percent stake in Rössing Uranium Limited, owners of the Rössing mine in the Erongo Region, for up to US$106.5 million (about N$1.5 billion at today’s exchange rate).
KEETMANSHOOP - Despite not having been registered to benefit from the government’s food bank programme, many Keetmanshoop residents yesterday flocked to the bank with the hope of getting their hands on some of the food items.
RUNDU - Mapokola kwa Rundu babanze babatisiswa mwataba yakuli kuicanganisa kwabona nekutisize mafu asituhu abaketalizoho balubasi luliluñwi, bane babulailwe kimembala walubasi mwakweli ya Sikulu batomezwi kulifa N$1500
WINDHOEK – A man who stands accused of killing his 27-year-old girlfriend and mother of his two children in Otjiwarongo in 2016 following an argument at a bar will remain in custody after the dismissal of his bail appeal in the Windhoek High Court last week.
OTJOMUISE- Onganda ya Tjimana kehi youhonapare wayo wOuvara wOmbazu wa Hoveka, muhuka maiworonganene pOtjikango pomuwero wa KaÞumba moresevate ya Eiseba mOkarukondua kOmatoororero ka Tjombinÿe.
SWAKOPMUND - Minister of Justice Sacky Shanghala says there is a need for the Law Reform and Development Commission (LRDC) to also include cross-border insolvency when formalising the Insolvency Bill that will eventually replace the Insolvency Act of 1936.
WINDHOEK – Out of 34 candidates that sat for the Assessment of Professional Competences (APC) examinations for 2018, 26 have passed.
RUNDU - Kavango East Regional Governor Samuel Mbambo feels that the government’s feeding scheme, the food bank, should source food locally to distribute to beneficiaries.
Mile 10 - Ncagcu sure ezi zakara asi zelipakerero momukunda horowero gwaKapako, moKavango zoutokero moutano kaupwireko kazigwene nonkondwarongero dokusika kwane ntani evango nye lyokupungura yiruganeso yawo yosure kepangero lyosirongo saJapan.
RUNDU - Ministera gokugusapo ruhepo netekuro, Zephania Kameeta, kakatulire mbanga ezi zoyimaliva mosirugana morukanda rwaSauyemwa. Sauyemwa kuna kara rukanda vatura sinkwa ntani paveta omu ruhepo naro runa kara morukanda oro, ngwendi morukanda makwawo gaNdama nagamwe ngoso.
SHARM EL-SHEIKH – A total of 114 parties to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) have ratified the convention’s Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) – which calls for the fair and equitable benefit sharing arising from the commercial use of genetic resources and related traditional knowledge.
LÜDERITZ – Uukumwe Youth Empowerment Consortium (PTY) Ltd, which built and opened its Cape fur seal processing factory in Lüderitz last year with the aim of enabling the processing of seal pelts, meat, blubber and its by-products, recorded well progress for its second season since it started operating.
WINDHOEK – Six former leaders of different liberation movements from Southern Africa are meeting in Windhoek for a summit aimed at strengthening ties between their current leaders.
WINDHOEK – The Ministry of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare and the World Food Programme (WFP) country office, yesterday launched the food bank Scope technology that digitises beneficiaries’ registration and captures biometric data, enabling the ministry to serve them better.
WINDHOEK – Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila on Tuesday presented the Public Service Amendment Bill to the National Assembly, which amongst others would see permanent secretaries having fixed-term contracts, renewable on satisfactory performance.
OMUTHIYA - The prevalent occurrences of train accidents involving human and motorists who reside in villages along the railway line in the northern part of Namibia have prompted communities of Oshifukwa and Okapuku villages to embark on a de-bushing campaign along the railway line.
WINDHOEK – The Ministry of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare in partnership with the World Food Programme’s Namibia office will be implementing the SCOPE project, which is a management platform for food bank beneficiary registration and transfer management activities.
OMUTHIYA - The Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare yesterday awarded 19 Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Oshikoto Region with start-up equipment through its Income Generating Activities (IGA) programme.
ǀAEǁGAMS– Swapo !Nans di Sekretare Xenerals, Sophia Shaningwas ge ǂoago wekheb Denstaxtsēs ai ge mî, ǁîs !aruǀî ǁnāti ī !hoan hîa Harabee !nans tsî Swapo !nans hâra hîa ge ǂoago kurib di kongres tawa gere mâ!oagu ra xa ǁnâu ǂgao tama
ǀAEǁGAMS– Aorekhoeb hîa ge ǁgâsas âb di !gams ǁkharaba ra dīǂuise ǀAeǁgams !khō-oms !nâ hâb, gen au aorekhoega ra ǂgan î gu ū!oa ǁâsas ga !aruǀîs nē soregub !nâ hâ ǂgao tama ti a mîo. Ai!âkam ǁgau!nâ-aob Rachimo !Haradoeb, 48 kurixab ge ge mî, ǁîb ga ǁnā tsē ǁîb ǁâsas di mîǁguib nē soreguba xus ra ǂoaba ū!oa hâ, ob ga nētsē !khō-omǂgâ tama hâsa.
SHARM EL-SHEIKH – Unregulated conversion of forests, rangelands, and other natural areas such as wetlands are detrimental to Africa’s biodiversity, which provides essential goods and services to the people of the continent.
SHARM EL-SHEIKH – Governments, rural communities, conservation and tourism organisations in the Southern African region have embraced trans-boundary conservation approach as this contribute towards improved or new opportunities for income generating projects for local communities.
OKANGOROROSA - Okangororosa Combined School on Friday received a cash donation of N$200 000 from Hondago Fishing Pty to construct a block of classrooms.
WINDHOEK – Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Security has express ‘serious concern’ about the lack of or inadequate police officers, immigration officials and staff at all points of entry across the country.
WINDHOEK - Namibian High Court Judge President and Deputy Chief Justice Petrus Damaseb said on Friday that Schedule 5 (3) of the Namibian Constitution creates a unique right in favour of holders of communal land rights, succeeded by the government of Namibia, and such right continues to exist even when transferred to a local authority. Schedule 5 (3) states that all land in Namibia, exclusive of privately-owned land, shall be transferred to government subject to any existing right upon it.