ONATHINGE – The family of the late Gerhard Simeon (69), who with his daughter and grandchildren died in an accident, is in limbo on how to bury their dead.
Country director of Namibia sex workers alliance Rachel Love Gawases said although the Covid-19 lockdown impedes their finances, it is essential Namibian sex workers look at this with a critical eye and understand the lockdown from a holistic manner, rather than from a monetary perspective.
WALVIS BAY – Namibia Ports Authority (Namport) heeded government’s call to combat the spreading of Covid-19 by donating medical supplies to the containerised field hospital that is currently under construction at the Walvis Bay State Hospital.
OMUTHIYA – In the effort to upscale and boost the fight against the novel Coronavirus pandemic, Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb moved to another level by producing its brand of hand sanitiser for its 700 employees using its chemists.
WALVIS BAY – Three Oceans Seafood Distributors Namibia donated horse mackerel worth N$900 000 to the disaster risk management committee of Walvis Bay to assist vulnerable members of society in the Erongo region during the current Covid-19 lockdown. The fish was handed over by Denise Visser, managing partner of the company, to Walvis Bay urban constituency councillor Knowledge Iipinge for further distribution.
NEW DELHI – Originally created by a robot scientist and a neurosurgeon to help India’s poor, a toaster-sized ventilator is offering hope in the country’s fight against the coronavirus pandemic and demand is booming.
WASHINGTON – The US confined all its federal inmates, nearly 170,000 people, to their cells and wards Wednesday for at least two weeks to prevent an outbreak of new coronavirus, an especially dire concern in the country with the world’s largest prison population. At least two inmates have died of the Covid-19 illness so far in one Louisiana penitentiary -- the first on Saturday, and a second on Wednesday, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Otjomuise-Ohoromende ya Namibia ya kwizike Ozondola za Namibia omatau 8.1 otjongondjero ondenga oku vatera otupa peke peke two tjiwana tu twa tunwa navi iyo mapatero omatenga oure wo ma yuva o 21 mena rondwi yo Corona.
Otjomuise-Tjikweya ko ma patero wo ma nyinga nyingiro owo nai ngunda ngeri mo tukondwa twa Erongo na Khomasa uriri nu harukuru wina ngu ma ye vaza kotukondwa atuhe mehi, omundu ka ngamwa auhe maso oku kara pekara pendje mena ro ma pu inga: mbu ma veso oku ungura oviungura ovi mwata mwate;
Otjomuise- Moruveze ro u zeu mena ro mutjise wondwi yo Corona ndwa tjivisiwab iyo tjiuru tjehi, Omutjuøikwa Hage Geingoba tjiyari 17 ko mweze imbwi, ohoromemnde tjiyari 28 ko mweze imbwi wina otji ya pitisire mongoramambo yondjiukisio yo vi tjitwa vyo horo omazeva ngu ma ye kongorerwa oruveze indwi.
Informal business owners, whose businesses had to shut down due to lockdown measures, have welcomed the emergency income grant of N$750, which will support households to cope with their reduced income and other economic hardships resultant from the Covid-19 outbreak.
Rundu – Ministeli zonsitwe, wiza ntani vadinguli muhuyungilipo gwaza, Romeo Muyunda, katente asi mavango gokuwekera yikorama kuna paturuka ngwendi nare nampili ngomu kuna kara kambumburu koCOVID-19, kayininkisire Presidente Hage Geingob ature etokoro asi varugani navenye vemepangero ntani nombunga dopaumwene dahepa kuruganena pomambo ure womazuva 14, kugusako owo ava gava yirugana yohepero ntani yonondja.
WalvisBay – Vantu vatunga mosirongo saErongo vahepa kutambura egano eli lyokupata momunene awo vavhurembo morwa kuna kumoneka asi vaNamibia vamwe kapi vana kusikisamo veta zangesi zokulikunga komukisi ogu guna gumu ndi asi kuna kudipaga vantu mouzuni.
Wokusika ko 34 vagazarerwa kavavapere matengeko gokusika ko pokatji ko N$2000 no N$4000 kutundilira kovaporosi morwa kurandesa marovhu posiruwo esi sina karako somunkama sina silike kurandesa yikorwesa posiruwo esi.
With four representatives in the National Assembly, the Landless People’s Movement (LPM) believes it has the requisite ammunition in its arsenal to robustly debate bread and butter issues without fear or favour. This is what could be deduced from the comments of LPM’s chief-change-campaigner Bernadus Swartbooi during a recent in-depth interview with Nampa.
WALVIS BAY – Navy commander Rear Admiral Sinsy Nghipandua says residents in the Erongo region should strictly adhere to the prescribed lockdown measures that are currently in place to curb the spread of Covid-19 that has been declared a global pandemic.
OMUTHIYA – Heavy rains have left a family of seven destitute in Akoonde village in Eengodhi constituency after two of their huts were washed away. They have reconstructed one small hut with cardboard boxes and corrugated zinc sheets, which they share with five children.
OMUTHIYA – Governments around the world have closed educational institutions in an attempt to curtail the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, and some institutions now offer classes online to ensure teaching is not severely disrupted by the virus that has impacted many sectors.
Unknown thieves in Omusati region on Sunday at an unknown time sneaked into the premises of the Roman Catholic Parish and stole its church bell worth N$100 000, revealed Deputy Police Commissioner Kauna Shikwambi in the crime report she issued on Tuesday.
ONGWEDIVA – North-based businessman Erastus “Chicco” Shapumba has temporarily availed his modern Ongwediva house, erf 3508, of ten bedrooms as a call centre for Covid-19 case management purposes in response to government appeal for businesses to come on board.
LOS ANGELES - Self-isolation and social distancing appear to have slowed the rate at which coronavirus spread from person-to-person over three weeks in the Seattle area, a new statistical study has found.
Namibian students studying in China have exhorted fellow Namibians to take lockdowns seriously as they survived through the whole ordeal with no new local cases reported when China, initially the epicentre of Covid-19 was the first country to impose lockdowns that reduced the spread of the virus.
MTCs ge kaise !hae huib ǀkha nē ǁkhōǁkhōsa mâsib !nâ go ǂherexa Coronavirus khoraǂuisensa ǁkhaes ase tsî ǁnā-amaga N$1 miljunsa go ǂnûiǂui. Nē maris ge ǁnāti ǀaweǁguihe hâ !kharaga ǁgariǁgarisa !âga !oa ǂhâsib ra hā khami nî ǂhāǂuihese. ǀNî !âgu nē maris nî sîsenū!nâhegu ge ǂansa ǀgoragus, ǀhûhâsiga ǁgau!nâs, ǁkhaubas hōhō!nâdi, !norasa ǀae!khō!khaigu !nâ ǁguiris tsî !oabade mās tsîna.
ǂNŪǂGOAES – Nexus ǁGau!khōs ti ǀon hâ ǂnûiǂgās ge ǁnā ǁanǂgāsaben ǁkharas ǀkharib din hîa ǀkhurub xa ǀgaisase ge tsâǀkhāhena mâxōǀkhās ase dōǂgāsa ǁaun, N$200 000 xa a !nāsa ǁkhāsiba !khōǂgā hâna ge ǁkhaeǁnâba. Nē !gâi!gâ ǁanǂgāsaben ge !Autsawises tsî ǀNomsoros Aiǂoas ǁhûi!nâǂharira di khoena.
Abuja – Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday ordered the “cessation of all movements” for two weeks in the largest city Lagos and capital Abuja to stop the spread of coronavirus.
KEETMANSHOOP – The Swapo Party Youth League (SPYL) at Keetmanshoop on Saturday installed 18 tippy taps at the town’s Extension 7 informal settlement to promote the importance of handwashing and curb the further spread of the Covid-19.
KEETMANSHOOP – As part of measures to combat the spread of Covid-19, the Keetmanshoop town council last week resolved to open water taps of residents having outstanding municipal debts to enable them to have proper sanitation.
The Namibians woke up on 9 February 1990 with delight, as that day heralded the dawn and introduction of one of the best constitutions in the world. The chairperson of the Constituent Assembly, which constructed and drafted the Constitution, is the current president of the Republic. One can say we are honoured to have the former chairperson of the Constituent Assembly in the State House today because he knows all the corners and hooks of the Constitution.
The church has always had a very important role to play in the pollical stratosphere the world over. Historical activities, including the crusades to liberate Jerusalem, the “discovery” of America’s even down to the colonisation of Africa had the blessing of the church. In the last 100 years, the church then became instrumental in the fight for liberation and independence of many countries including our Namibia.
Johannesburg – South African police fired rubber bullets towards hundreds of shoppers queueing outside a supermarket in Johannesburg as authorities battled to keep people at home in a bid to halt the spread of the coronavirus.
Bamako – Malians headed to the polls on Sunday for a long-delayed parliamentary election just hours after the country recorded its first coronavirus death and with the leading opposition figure kidnapped and believed to be in the hands of jihadists.
WUHAN – The ground-zero city of Wuhan is cautiously reopening after a two-month quarantine, but the birthplace of the global coronavirus pandemic is now on guard against a potential new threat: imported cases.
Otjomuise- Okwiisira ko vi varero vyo vaÞi mo ma hi yarwe mbi ri po vandu o 400, 600 nganduu ko vandu o 800 meyuva, ko ru kwato rwa Namibia ma peya averire ovaÞi o 200, 300 po0 400 me yuva ehi tji ra ha pengere o u zeu imbwi mbweri kuramene.
Otjomuise-Kapena ovandu mberi kombanda omurongo ma ve yandjerwa okuhita mo zostora tjimuna o Shoprite no Pepa motjikando oku randa.
Otjomuise- O u Þuku wa ndinondi tji ma u tauka po kati pe rire eÞuka huka ra muhuka, ndiri Oroviungura, kapesere oku kara omundu ngu ma nyinga nyinga mo mi vanda vio vihuro vio tu kondwa twa Khomasa ne Erongo.
Veterans of the liberation struggle, successfully running their businesses in the form of individual veterans projects (IVPs), are encouraging those advocating for their IVPs to be paid in cash instead of funding the business models of their choice, to think about their immediate families and surrounding communities, whom they said will greatly benefit from the IVPs once they have taken root.
KEETMANSHOOP – Nexus fishing company, as a means of contributing towards addressing the plight of drought stricken //Kharas region residents earlier this week donated tinned fish worth over N$200 000, that will benefit residents of Berseba and Karasburg East constituencies
WALVIS BAY - Stakeholders at the harbour town, including the Walvis Bay Urban constituency risk disaster management team in collaboration with the Welwitschia private hospital and the business community, have pooled resources together to set up a 150-bed facility to be used to treat potential coronavirus patients.
The labour ministry has warned employers who might force their staff to take unpaid leave during the mandatory 21-day coronavirus lockdown that the practice is illegal and unacceptable.
The University of Namibia (Unam)’s Faculty of Science and School of Pharmacy has manufactured a hand sanitiser for the University community, with limited ingredients, to restrict possible coronavirus infection on campuses, stated the in-house Forum Online run by Unam.
Ogu kavapere sinkwa ntani sirugana souministeragona woukanguki noukali nawa Utjiua Muinjangue katente asi age takatwikira kuruganena mbunga politika zendi mombongarero zanavenye ano simpe taka ruganesa nonkondo dedi asi munisteragona goukkanguki noukali nawa mokuruganena vaNamibia navenye.”Ame kuna gusa posa ezi ngomuNamibia ogu ana hara kukambekako keparu lyovaNamibia; eyi kapi yina kara asi morwa upolitika wange oku nahamena.
Nkurenkuru - Konyima tupu zomvhura ezi tuna pilire kuzangura nawa, momapya gawo aga vatura gopampo, ruteni kapi rwavasigako, vanandima womomukunda Kavango zoutokero hawe ngesi vana hafa asi namvho tavakagwana muzangu gomuwa morwa kuna gwana mvhura zina roko nawa.
WINDHOEK – The Kalimbeza rice project in the Zambezi region – which was on the verge of collapse – has been thrown a N$7.1 million lifeline by the government to salvage its operations.
In as much as the nation is cognisant of the Constitution of the Republic of Namibia, Article 21, Fundamental Freedoms, Sub-article (1) (a), (d) and (e), we should also be mindful of the same Article, sub-article 2. This sub-article states that such fundamental freedoms referred to shall be exercised subject to the law of Namibia, and in so far as, such law imposes reasonable restrictions on the exercise of the rights and freedoms conferred by the said sub-article. Peaceful public gatherings are recognised in democracies worldwide as being important and acceptable form of public expression. However, such exercise shall be conducted within the reasonable restriction of the law.
Coronavirus has been increasing at a high rate around the globe which raised concerns and Namibia is not exempted. This pandemic virus can spread from one person to another if there are no measures put in place to avoid it from spreading.
Is Namibia ready to have a conversation about providing the girl child with free sanitary products? While reading the news that Scotland is posed to be the first country to make period products free, I started to wonder where Namibia is at in terms of providing free sanitary products.
KEETMANSHOOP – From humble beginnings, including starting as a street vendor, businessman Henry Jongwe has made a name for himself in the business sector. Jongwe owns Hennima Investments, which includes various companies, such as a garment and textile business.
In light of Covid-19, the Namibian Police will not hesitate to use strong-arm tactics and introduce coercive measures to enforce the dispersal of crowds at overcrowded public places.
NKURENKURUS - ǁNāpas ge dâb di ǀhâimâiǀomsa Sikarosompo ǂAm skoli, Kavango Huriǂoas dib tawa ge hâ i, ǁnāpab ge skola ǁaerob ǀgaiban a huisenū ǁkhāse, xūna sâu!nâs !khaib tsî ǂûsâi!nâ!nā-oms tsîna ǀkhomxa!nâ khoera hîa ge skolǀgôan di ǀkhomaǂgansa ǁnâu tsî a oe-amra xu a !khō!oas khao!gâ. Nē kurib di tsoatsoasa xun ge skoli di ǁgau!nâ-aona ǁîn di ǁom!khaide ǀgôan ǀkha gere ǀgoragu, ǀgôan hâ!khaib ge ǀnanub xa ǂkhôahes khao!gâ tsîn ǀnî ǁom!nâ!khaina ge ǀkhai i amaga.
2020 is an important year in the history of China-Namibia bilateral relations. It marks the 30th anniversary of the independence of Namibia and the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. It is also a crucial year for China to reach the goal of building a moderately prosperous society in all respects and eradicate absolute poverty.
“Crises when they occur have at least this advantage, that they force us to think” - Jawaharlal Nehru They say during a crisis, some people overreact, some have too much confidence that the crisis will pass just like others did, while, some people never seem to care at all.
The lack of road infrastructure in Gochas in the Hardap region is hampering tourism activity in the small village. The village, situated about 100 kilometres south-east of Mariental, is the gateway to the Mata Mata border post. However, 30 years after independence, major road infrastructure is still lacking in the sleepy village that has about 500 inhabitants.
KARASBURG - A managerial delegation from //Kharas regional council led by its chairperson Jan Scholtz visited Ernst Jager Combined School in Karasburg last week in light of the devastating fires at both the girls and boys hostels.
The Namibian hospitality industry, particularly lodges, are highly vulnerable and will be hard hit by the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic after Namibia has recorded the third case of Covid-19 last week. Many lodges are trying to reduce and cut costs as the industry faces cancellations from foreign tourists who are the life-blood of this key sector of the economy.
RUNDU – Kavango East and West regions have put preventive measures in place, as well as trained health workers and support staff in hospitals and districts as measures to combat coronavirus. This was revealed by the Ministry of Health and Social Services chief medical officer (CMO) for the two Kavango regions, Dr Abiola Adesina.
Writing legibly has never been one of my strongest points. I have often wondered whether exasperated examiners passed me at school and university on the assumption that one so lacking in handwriting skills must obviously have used his time to soak up the more important facts of the subject matter being examined.
THE government has gone into overdrive in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus since two Romanian tourists tested positive for the virus after landing in the country on Wednesday, the 11 March 2020. The worldwide outbreak of the coronavirus, which has since been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO), is a cause for concern for all humanity.
KARASBURG – The //Kharas regional education directorate is counting losses after the boys’ hostel at Ernst Jager Combined School was destroyed by fire last week.
WALVIS BAY – The Welwitschia Private Hospital has donated 10 hospital beds with mattresses, five over-bed tables and four trolleys to the Walvis Bay state hospital to assist with the fight against coronavirus pandemic.
SWAPO parliamentarian Peter Katjavivi was on Friday re-elected to a new five-year term as speaker of the seventh National Assembly after obtaining 64 votes against United Democratic Front of Namibia’s Dudu Murorua, who obtained 31 votes.
Government has started rolling out increased measures to contain the growing coronavirus outbreak by quarantining 35 Namibian citizens who were trapped in Europe. The 35 arrived in the country on Saturday morning and were immediately whisked away to the Greiters conference centre on the outskirts of Windhoek for a mandatory quarantine of 14 days.
WINDHOEK – Chinese President Xi Jinping, on Namibia celebrating its 30 years of independence and statehood, has reaffirmed his country’s excellent diplomatic relations, tracing back to when Namibia was still ruled by the apartheid South African minority regime.
SOUTH Africa’s president Cyril Ramaphosa has heaped praise on Namibia, saying the country is a leading light of democracy on the African continent.
KATIMA MULILO – Kukwaliwa kwalitapi ili kezahalo yakamita mwasikiliti sa Zambezi, kone kukalile mwakweli ya Ñulule, kakuba nzila yeñwi yakufa litapi nako yakuzwala nekufelisizwe la 1 Lyatamani. Kukwaliwa kwatekisano yalitapi kutahanga ili kuli litapi lisilelezwe, mwasikiliti mo litapi kizabutokwa mwakumatafaza mubili.
WINDOKO – Mueteleli wanaha Hage Geingob ubonisize kuli hana kuketa limembala zalikopano zelwanisana hala makwambuyu bahae, mi kanako yeswana napatuluzi kuli kumubela tata kuketa baeteleli balilimo liketalizoho zetaha. Nihakulicwalo Geingob viki yefelile nakutiselize falitulo Nangolo Mbumba kuba mubakweli wahae, Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila kuba ngambela, ni likwambuyu walitaba zakwanda naha Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah kuba mubakweli ku ngambela.
WATCH | President Hage Geingob’s inauguration speech as delivered at State House today. #Namibia30
After 30 years of independence, student leaders in the country continue to fight for the rights and the wellness of the Namibian students. New Era sat down with a few student leaders in the country to get their take on the status of student leadership.
One of the toughest aspects to deal with, as a practising heart surgeon, is the emotional and psychological toll experienced when a patient dies. This is according to Namibia’s first black heart surgeon, Dr Jones Nghaamwa, who says even as a professional he has not yet learnt how to deal with the devastation and anguish of the grieving process.
There is no doubt that trade unions play an important role in the country’s body politic in their efforts to be a voice for the growing numbers of unorganised and marginalised workers in Namibia. But are our local trade unions relevant given the fast-changing union politics?
On 21 March 2020, Namibia will commemorate its 30th anniversary as an independent nation. In 1989, the people of Namibia exercised their democratic right for the first time ever, when they elected members of the Constituent Assembly that drew up the constitution.
Otjomuise-Vetatu movi havero vyo komba mbanda mohoromende vyo kehi okuza kwiiho tjo Peresidenda vaya rurwa mo vi havero mu ve kara mo horomende ondenga yo Peresidenda Hage Geingoba ndji maiya koma yandero woruveze rwayo Oroviungura indi, ndiri muhuka, eye tji ma twirisiwa otjikando otji tjavari otje Pereseindenda ya Namibia.
Otjomuise- Kapenovandu mberi komanda ya 50 maveso oku worongana pamwe mena ro mutjise wotjindjumba ihi o Corona.
OMUTHIYA – The police in Oshikoto has vowed to take drastic action against parents who deliberately leave minors alone without any adult supervision, saying this has been a cause of concern leading to the death of many toddlers because of the lack of parental care.
KEETMANSHOOP – The Deputy Minister of Education, Arts and Culture, Anna Nghipondoka has reiterated that government regards heritage preservation very seriously, knowing that every epoch in the walk to freedom was a building bridge to nationhood.
On the eve of Namibia’s 30th independence anniversary, US President Donald Trump has sent a congratulatory message to President Hage Geingob and the Namibian people and also hailed Namibia’s strong democratic tradition, which he said was evident in last year’s free and fair general election.
The Namibian police has with immediate effect suspended the use of breathalysers at roadblocks due to fears of the coronavirus spreading for 30 days or until such a time the government pronounced otherwise.
Nkurenkuru- kapa wizire marunduruko gomanene kosure zaSikarosompo zakara moKavango zoutokero posiruwo oso sure kazigwene evango lyokutunga ndi lyokurara nokuterekera eli kavagwene sinkwa ntani tupu kovaSamaria wovawa ava kavatere ruhepo rovanona.
KEETMANSHOOP - Faith-based leaders in the south say they are heeding calls made by the government to curb the further spread of coronavirus.
KEETMANSHOOP – Members from different government institutions gathered in Keetmanshoop this week to brainstorm and establish an inter-ministerial task force that can deal in a proactive manner with the current coronavirus pandemic.
A family of eleven locked-down on Saturday over coronavirus after their 20-year- old daughter came into close contact with the Romanian couple who tested positive for coronavirus, has called for help.
WALVIS BAY – The 210 employees of the Saga and Geysir trawlers, who were retrenched earlier this month, will receive a month and a half’s salary, severance pay of 1.5 weeks as well as a bonus of N$10 000. Saga Seafood made the announcement that the retrenched employees will also be paid two days of accrued leave per month.
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 yesterday.
Firstly, as Namibia commemorates its 30 years of independence, we must pause and salute those whose blood waters our freedom. Equally, we must pay tribute to the former United Nations (UN) Secretary General Javier Perez de Cuellar, who died on 4 March 2020 in Lima, Peru, at the age of 100. Mr Perez de Cuellar was the face of the UN when the door for Namibia’s independence was being opened.
OMUTHIYA – Hardware retailer Build It Omuthiya has signalled its firm commitment in assisting the education sector in Oshikoto region, said business owner Herman Nekomba in remarks delivered on his behalf by store manager Lebeus Petrus during the handover of building material to the Omuthiyagwiipundi Secondary School.
ǂOago wekheb Wunstaxtsēs ais ge 38 kurixa khoesa ǁîs di tsâb tsî tsûb ǀgôa-e hōǁoas diba tsûsase gere ǁgae. Nē khoes ge mîs geresa !oa ǀgamǀkhās khao!gâ ǀgôan xa ǁgôa!nāhe tsî nēsi haka kuriga !gameb âs !nâ ǀgôa-e noxopa hō tama hâ. Linda Haiduwas, ǂurusib mâxōǀkhā-ao sîsenaos, Odibos hîa Ohangwena ǀkharib
Direkteri, Namibiab ǁKhāǁkhāsen!khaib !Augaba xu hâ ǁkhāǁkhāsendi dib (Namcol) Harold Murangib ge ge mî, 2019ǁî kurib di ǀuni !nurigu ra ǁgausa, D simbolsa xu ǀgapise hâ simboldi ge 5.5 persentgu ǀkha a khâisa, ǁîn ge 20,6 persentga 2017 !nâ ūhâ i tsî 25.1 persentgu kōse 2019 !nâ a sīs khao!gâ.
ǀAeǁgams !Ā!khōmais ge ǁnāti ī ǀaweǁguiba go sîsenxa kai, ǂan!gâsa tamase ǂnaumâiǁanǁguigu !nân ǁîna omari-i ǀhonkhoese hâ khoena xoakhâis ǀkha. Nē xoakhâis di !aromas ge in ǁîna ǀhonkhoesis ǂan!gâs ǂhawega !khō!oa. ǂOago kurib !nâs ge ǀAeǁgams !Ā!khōmais ǀAwemā!nansa ǀnai omkhâisens tsî !gâi!gâi!nâs
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.
WALVIS BAY – The fishing sector and its stakeholders say recommendations made by the High-Level Panel on the Namibian Economy (HLPNE) on the fishing sector will kill the industry and enrich the already rich.
STAMPRIET – Stampriet recently attracted a lucrative private investment specialising in agriculture production and created employment for more than 80 permanent and temporary skilled and unskilled residents from the village.
LUHONONO – Bayahi basikiliti sa Zambezi babafumaneha mwalibaka zetibiswa kimezi amuunda zecwale ka Luhonono, ili yene zibahala sapili ka Schuckmannsburg, bakauhezwi kwasikiliti kaufela kamukwakwa wa Namalubi-Luhonono, bakeñisa kunanuha kwamezi mwanuka ya Lyambai.
ONGWEDIVA – Kampani yebona zamulilo wamagesi mwamutulo wanaha (Nored), netambekile masheleñi alikana N$160 000 kwaliluko la tuto viki yefelile. Neulo kikalulo yatumelelano yatuso yamasheleñi yalilimo zetalu, yene nyatezwi mwasilimo sa 2017, hala Nored nimitayi yalituto mwalikiliti moifumaneha Nored.
A antibiotic resistance gene from a clinical environment has found its way into soil bacteria in one of the most unlikeliest places – the Namib desert in Namibia.
The local tourism industry is one of the sectors that are hard hit by the global outbreak of the coronavirus. The Hospitality Association of Namibia (HAN) says the pandemic has resulted in major cancellations, especially business meetings and conferencing.
Okalkpana-Ovira avi morose oruveze no maraka oku ritwa mo ruuma ro ma toororero ndoovazu mavi tjiwa kutja ova kekwa wavyo kanaa taara omatoororero mo Karukondua Komatoororero ko harive ingo.
Otjomuise- OvaÞuta ovayenda, ovahandurisiwa no vo mahi wa kangamwa vena o ma tokero wo saneno yapeke kuyo oyeni nge ve tjayera kutja ave havaza ondondo yo ma nyikorero ndji va sere okuvaza.
OMUTHIYA – A six-year-old boy from Chamu-Chamu village, Oshikoto, who suffers from a brain condition is urgently in need of leg braces and foot orthoses, as he is unable to walk.
NKURENKURU – Forking out extravagant sums of money to hire tents to host the Nkurenkuru Expo will now be a thing of the past. This is in light of the decision by the Nkurenkuru town council to construct a N$3 million hall at its expo site.
RUNDU- vaporosi ruha romakona kono zoKavango zoupumezuva kuna kupapara kambunga kovalingilingi kavakere nomauta ava kavaveke kumwe nokuroya mukungi positasi somaholi vana kutumbura asi Engen sakara mositaura sa Eugen Kakukuru, omu valingilingi ava kavaveke yimaliwa yokusika ko N$386 000 kumwe nokuduka.
Sinzi sovarongwa ava lirongere konkurusure zaNamibia Unam, kavageve mukaro gwawo omu vana kara asi awo kapi yina cahafesa omu egendeso lyosure vapire kufuta kwava avagava yirugana yointernet konkurusure.
NKURENKURU – Professor David Namwandi the founder of Namibia’s largest privately-owned institution of higher learning, the International University of Management (IUM), on Tuesday officiated at the opening of its 2020 academic year at Nkurenkuru campus in Kavango West.
OMADHIYA –Good Samaritans have responded positively to an article carried in New Era a fortnight ago about a destitute family and whose household a 12-year-old girl was heading.
OMUTHIYA – Two people died on Monday evening when the vehicles they were travelling in collided head-on between Onathinge and Onyaanya, while others are fighting for their lives at Onandjokwe state hospital where they were admitted in a critical condition.
RUNDU – Rundu magistrate Hellen Olaiya who was invited by the Rundu Town Council to swear in the mayor and management only managed to install Isak Kandingu who retained his position as mayor, but the swearing-in ceremony of the town’s management was postponed.
The Onyuulaye circuit in Oshikoto region recently celebrated outstanding learners and teachers with an award ceremony. Omutse Combined School and Ndjukuma Primary School walked away with most individual awards, proving not only to have some of the best performing learners, but the best teachers in the circuit.
Organisers of the 30th independence anniversary concert have pledged a massive 7 000 tickets to ordinary Namibians to attend the musical event.
RUNDUS – Rundus di ǂHanub ǀAeǁgâub ge ǀaweǁguigu ǀkha a ǀhawe in nē ǁkhâb !nâ ǁnāti i sorodi hîa !kharu ge koro kurigu di ǁaeba, ǂanǂuihe hā tama i tsî ǁkhāti ǀnîna ǂanǂuihe tsî xawe hā ūǁnâhe tama ǀaokhoen xa
OMUTHIYAS – Parlements di komites hîa ǂnamipeba mûǂams !ereamsa ūhâs ge Oshikotob ǀkharisi ǀawemā!nansa koasa ge mā, mîs rase nē ǀawemā!nans ge ǀkhurub di huib !aromas ge a !khō!oa N$15.5
ǁNāti ī mâsiba ǀariǂuis, ǂhâǂhâsa !oabadi aiǁgause ǁgam-i tsî !nanǀgaiba ǂhanub skolgu !nâ ǁaras dib !aromab ge ǂnûǁkhaeba ra ministeri ǁgau!nâs dib Martin Andjababa ra mî, ǁîn ge ǀnai !kharaga !oabade ra mā
NKURENKURU – Teachers in Kavango West who excelled in their work and produced a higher pass rate in the 2019 National Senior Secondary Certificate (NSSC) exams were rewarded at an annual award ceremony held last week on Friday.
GOBABIS – As the governor of a region having the highest unemployment level and widespread poverty, and also one that has the largest number of marginalised communities, the Omaheke Governor Festus Ueitele has pledged to support the advancement of vocational education.
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.
RUNDU – Swapo district executives last Friday attempted to halt the swearing-in ceremony of the Rundu Town Council at the Rundu Magistrate’s Court, saying the councillors on the Swapo party ticket did not get their blessings for the council to continue with the ceremony.
TALISMANUS – The minister of Agriculture, Water and Forestry Alpheus !Naruseb has advised Omaheke livestock farmers to use their livestock as a means of sustaining themselves and their families.
The CEO of Outapi Town Council, Nashilongo Ananias has expressed gratitude to residents and businesses that responded positively to settle debts as this saved council from having its water suspended by NamWater.
KATIMA MULILO – Katima Mulilo Border Post has received a new office container from Van Der Walt Transport. The new office will go a long way to decongest clearing commercial tracks entering and leaving the country. The customised container office has a fitted air-con, computers and it is fully furnished.
Okalkpana-Omazemburukiro wo ngutukiro otji¿a otjina hepero mena ro kutja rutenga o ku riyaruka mo ma kuruhungi o ku tara kuwaza moru veze ro huurire ko zo ngondjero nÿu mwari nazo amu tara ko kutja twa ka kondja nai nganda atu kutura ehi nambano twa tjiti ozo mbura omirongo vitatu.
Health minister Dr Kalumbi Shangula says the lack of funds and isolation facilities as well as possible importation of coronavirus into the country are among the many reasons currently hampering the repatriation of over 500 Namibians trapped in coronavirus-hit China.
SWAKOPMUND – Hangana Seafood has ruled out any reasonable prospect to find the missing captain Carlo Gordon alive or recover his body from the wreck at sea. Gordon went missing on 18 February, a day after he led his 26 crew members to the fishing grounds on the hake-catching vessel.
Onambango –Mpitisili gorudi rovaNdonga Fillemon Shuumbwa Nangolo kahundilire vaNamibia navenye asi vahepa kugava ruha rwawo varuganene kumwe naPresidente Geingob dogoro akamane sikando sendi sokukara asi Presidente gosirongo nomukurona gepangero.
OMUTHIYA – Construction of a hall at Omuthiyagwiipundi Secondary School has stalled due to financial constraints. The school is now appealing to Good Samaritans to help complete the project. The school hall is being constructed with donations from the public and fundraising.
KEETMANSHOOP - Sebeteus !Guiteb, the Landless People’s Movement candidate for the upcoming by-election in Otjiwarongo, says the political party has been observing for too long how nepotism and political patronage have led to many Namibians being sidelined and excluded.
OMUTHIYA – About 20 tenants of Endombo compound in Tsumeb were on Tuesday served with eviction notices under heavy police presence for failure to pay rent since 2017. Earlier reports suggested the number to be close to 300, but this figure was denied by the property owner, Christo Groenwald.
OMUTHIYA – The Internal Investigations Unit in Otjozondjupa region has launched an investigation into allegations against some officers stationed at Grootfontein police station that they are involved in bribery and have assaulted trial-awaiting inmates.
The mantra that the human spirit is one of perseverance and courage that no disability can take away is what political and student activist Brian Ngutjinazo believes in.
Namibiab Studentn Marisi Mâxōǀkhās ǂGaes (NSFAF) ge ra ǂnoabasen ǁnā mîǁguib hîas ge a ū in ǁnā studentn hîa kaiǀoa hân tsî !âidi !nâ-ū ge !kharu tsî ǂhanub xa marisise ra mâ!gâhe ǀgapi ǁkhāǁkhāsen!khaigu tawa ra ǁkhāǁkhāsenn ǀguina ra hui tsî ǁnān hîa aitsama mâbasen ǀgapi ǁkhāǁkhāsern!khaigu tawa ra ǁkhāǁkhāsena marisise hui tamas ǂnamipe.
!Auga!hūsi !gaeǁaredi Ministers Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwahs ge Namibiab goma ǂgari-aona ǁîn hoan xa !hūbaib !nâ a ǂoaǂamsase !khōǀkhā tsî gere mî, nē ǂgari-aon ǀguixasib ǀkha ǂgariba !khō tsî !gâi!gâi!nâs
KAMANJAB – The China Foundation for Poverty Eradication through the local Chinese embassy donated 635 panda school bags packed with school stationery and 10 computers to the D.F Uirab Primary School in Kamanjab. The school has a population of about 640 pupils.
The Omaheke Regional Council is yet to make a final resolution on how best to deal with a contractor who was reportedly paid an amount of N$4,9 million for the rehabilitation and drilling of boreholes in the region but failed to deliver.
Parliament staff, who participated in the research training sponsored by the Konrad Adeneur Stiftung and facilitated by German experts from the Bundestag, have hailed the initiative and were recently awarded certificates after completing the intensive exercise that covered a myriad of lessons, including researching for parliamentary work and bill summaries.
OMUTHIYA – The Omuthiya Town Council has made a U-turn on its decision to start repossessing hundreds of undeveloped townland plots that have been lying idle for years.
Maili 10 – Muituti yasali mwasilimo sabune kwasikolo sesipahami sa Unam, na neuzi libuka zatuto zelikana 173, ili zeka sebeliswa kilitopa zeshelashelana, kwasikolo sa Gcagcu kwamunzi wa Maili 10, kwamukulela wamukwakwa wa Rundu-Grootfontein mwa Kavango ya Wiko.
Transport minister John Mutorwa officially opened the new NaTIS office on Thursday in Divundu. The inauguration of this office came at a time when residents of Divundu used to travel about 200km to Rundu to access vehicle registration and learner’s licensing services.
National Unity Democratic Organisation (Nudo) Secretary General Josef Kauandenge has hailed the country’s anti-graft agency for its “renewed aggression” after serving a summons to South African lawyer Tembeka Ngcukaitobi to explain the N$50 000 that was paid to him in October 2018 from National Fishing Corporation of Namibia (Fishcor).
Otjomuise-O Ministera yOngaro Pokati Komahi nOmaunguriro Wawo Kumwe, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, matja imba mba Þunwa iyo TjiÞiro Otjindjandja va zemburukwa mo ndando yo ku rais oviperendero vyo TjiÞiro Otjinandja mbyari ama vi raisirwa ponganda yo maraisiro wavyo yehi mo Tjomuise
Otjomuise- Nandarire kutja ka ngamwa auhe upaha oku varwa poo ondangu, oma varero tji ya tanana oundu yerira omazepe.
Otjomuise-Ozo mbura ndatu kombunda yembo indi tji ra pita otjikando otjitenga me raka ro ko tjiveta rehi indi o Norway, nambano oro nai wina ra tanaurirwa mo Tjiingirisa.
AROAB – A collective governing approach involving all relevant stakeholders is of paramount importance since this is the gateway to prosperity in any given structure said Megameno Shikongo, Deputy Director for the Directorate Planning and Development Services at //Kharas Regional Council.
MILE 10 – The Elizabeth Nepemba Correctional Facility at Mile 10 village in Kavango West region is grappling with a serious shortage of staff.
ONGWEDIVA – The family of the late struggle veteran Jonas Nawa Shiweda are not happy with the official funeral status accorded the former Swapo chief of logistics, saying it does not befit the role he played during the struggle years.
Presidente Hage G. Geingob kakumbwilire komapuro asi sili yina kara mulyo, mokudana ezuva lye eli twamanguruka, age katente asi ezuva eli mulyo unene kapi tovhuru muntu kuligazara asi ngano oligusepo ndi opire kulidana moomu lyawapera.
ETOSHA-Nonkambadaro dokuninka asi vatungimo momukunda gwaOmuntele vahepa kugwanenamo uwa, moyikoroma novadinguli, epangero kaligeve mbudi ezi asi kuna kukaturapo evango lyauvali lyokuwekera yikorama.
KEHEMU – Tourism ministry spokesperson Rome Muyunda has cautioned tourists against carrying large sums of money, saying this makes them an attractive target for robbers.
Outspoken Swapo Party Youth League (SPYL) spokesperson Lineekela Dumeni has hit back at Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) youth labeling them as imperialists and opportunists who seeks for opportunities to mislead the masses.
Katuturas !nâ mâ skoli hîa Namibiab ǂguin ǁaegu !huis Presidenti Sam Nujomab tsî !norasasib !khamaon di ǀguib, Mburumba Kerinab hâgu khami ī khoena ge a khoe kaib, ge aiǂhomidi ǀkha a ǁaxa nē skoli di 100ǁî kurixasisa 2023ǁî kurib !nâ tsēdīsa.
Namibiab auto !nari-aon ge N$18 miljuns xa a !nāsa marisa !kharu ge koro kurigu !nâ ǀhonkhoesisa ra ǁgau auto !gôadi !aroma ge māǂui, tis ge Daogu ǂGaeǂguisa ra mî.
The two presiding officers of the Namibian parliament, speaker of the National Assembly Peter Katjavivi and chairperson of the National Council Bernard Sibalatani have praised the long-standing relations between Namibia and Russia, further adding that inter-parliamentary cooperation has the potential to improve the work of the legislature.
KEETMANSHOOP - The Nama Cultural Festival 2020 edition should serve as a platform for the ultimate unification of people of Khoisan descent.
RUNDU - The Roads Authority (RA) has started with services at Divundu, which has brought relief to inhabitants of the village council and surrounding areas, who, over the years, travelled more than 200km to Rundu for vehicle registration, and learner and driver’s licence testing.
WINDOKO – Kasamulaho aviki yakunela kwapula, Sipokola sa Muleneñi sifile mamela kwasicaba kuambuka kusila milapo yetezi mezi. Sibuabui wa Sipokola sa Muleneñi Fabian Amukwelele, naelelize hape sicaba kuli basike batoma miyaho yesika lumelelwa, sihulu mwamilapo.
WINDOKO – Nuka ya Lyambai izwelapili kunanuha kabubebe, ili mayemo awo mubusisi wasikiliti sa Zambezi Lawrence Sampofu, naize abilaeza kwabatu babafumaneha mwalibaka zeli mwasilalanda sa Kabbe ya Mbowela, ili sesitiswa kimezi amuunda silimo ni silimo.
A few days before the Chinese Spring Festival of 2020, a sudden outbreak of novel coronavirus pneumonia (NCP, or COVID-19) emerged in Wuhan, the capital city of Hubei Province of China, and spread to the whole nation. Under the leadership of President Xi Jinping, the Chinese government promptly established a national framework of comprehensive and inter-agency response and took the most comprehensive, stringent and thorough measures to contain the epidemic.
Workers at the embattled National Fishing Corporation of Namibia (Fishcor) are demanding the immediate removal of the current board to allow for the appointment of persons with similar powers and functions as curators until such time that the due process of the recruitment of regular directors has been completed as required by the Public Enterprises Governance Act.
The ministry of labour will this week host a workshop aimed at sensitizing stakeholders on the elimination of violence and harassment in the world of work.
Okalkpana-Kavikutu vya Tjatindi na Kavihuro ombya pandjarisire otjihuze tjavyo uriri nungwari ovito peke peke motjiwana okuza korupa ro ma nyando, ombazu, oporotika nawina o ma hongero.
Otjomuise-“Omakuruhungi wo vandu vetu maye serekarerwa iyo vandu vetu oveni,” indji oo ngurameneno ndji haivaiva yo Vakwena no Vaherero otjembo ehongonekwa kohako yo mi hook aviyevari imbi mo ngondjero yavyo yo tjisuta tjombindu.
ONAMBUTU - Onambutu Combined School in Ohangwena region recently received two freezers and 52 single mattresses from the Ohangwena governor Usko Nghaamwa yesterday.
Mukevereli gevango vana kutumbura asi Olof Palme zompongasano ruha rosikunino kevango lyaGoreangab, Nestor Kalola, kahundilire sitata saVenduka mokuvapa evhu lyenzi kovatungimo, nokutanta asi ngano elikwamo eli nalivatera eparu lyovantu vatunga momavango gene vatura asi gokutunga.
RUNDU – University of Namibia Rundu campus SRC deputy president Dawid Johannes has implored lecturers to refrain from postponing and cancelling classes unnecessarily, saying it has a negative impact on the performance of students.
Three candidates contesting the Otjiwarongo by-election are promising to tackle the high unemployment rate in the constituency.
Minister of International Relations and Corporation Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah yesterday hailed the exportation of Namibian beef to the United States, describing it as a “great achievement” in the advancement of the country economic diplomacy.
The Namibian Exile Kids Association (Neka) says the time is ripe for honest and open engagement between generations in order to help move Swapo Party forward. They are also calling on party elders to consider ideas on succession planning when it comes to its top leadership.
Namibian motorists have spent over N$18 million over the past five years on personalised number plates, according to the Roads Authority
When I initially learnt that Unam was going to open up a veterinary school I was so excited, however Namibian veterinary controlling bodies felt at some point that the country/Unam was not ready to offer a veterinary course.
SWAKOMUND – A senior employment officer at the labour ministry says employers who do not comply with all aspects of the Employment Service Act and the Namibia Integrated Employment Information System (NIEIS) could be fined up to N$20 000 in the near future.
WINDOKO – Liluko la Mabasi, liezize lipatisiso hala manyalo angiwa kuli kiatumelelano amashumi asupile, mubakweli likwambuyu wa liluko la mabasi Maureen Hinda-Mbuende nabulezi viki yefelile. Manyalo alishano kamita kuiputezi basali ili bayahi banaha Namibia, babanyalwa kwa baana bamazwazule katumelelano yakufiwa masheleñi. Kasamulaho mazwahule bafumana mapampili akuba bayahi banaha kamanyalo atumelelano.
KEETMANSHOOP – An industrial structure that had been gathering dust for quite sometime has now prospered into the establishment of a state-of-the-art garment factory at !Homs Ai centre in Keetmanshoop, answering to President Hage Geingob’s call for it to become operational said Tjekero Tweya, Minister of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development.
Otjomuise- Ombara Turimuro Hoveka matja oma kamburiro wehi no ku hina o u semba mehi ra Eiseba mo Karukondua kOmatoororero ka Tjombinÿe yeri mo zondi mbari.
KEETMANSHOOP – Deputy Minister of Gender Equality and Child Welfare Lucia Witbooi says decision makers should ensure there are opportunities in the curriculum of children to learn more about online safety through effective child protection strategies.
Ministera gweyi yomonda zosirongo Frans Kapofi kageve marondoro kovarugani vendi moministeli asi vahegeke nokutunda kurandesa sirongo kovatunda yirongo.
Opuwo - Nompitisili dopaupolitika momukunda horowere gwaKunene, rambangako nguuru Marius Sheya, ngesi kuna kara nelikwamo lyokudingura mukunda horowero gwawo omu vana kukatara esikisomo ntani ekeverero noprojeka edi dina kugenda momukunda gwawo.
RUNDU – A local company Konigstein Capital, which has a 25-year lease agreement to operate at the Mashare irrigation scheme, has installed a smart system at the farm to control centre pivots with a computer or on an iPad without physically being in the field.
KANDUME – Grade 10 and 11 learners at Kandume Combined School are being taught under trees weeks after their makeshift tent classrooms were damaged by a windstorm.
Chief Justice Peter Shivute said while the Judiciary is trying its utmost best, under very trying circumstances to deliver speedy justice, factors out of its control adversely affects its ability to do so.
President Hage Geingob has encouraged local lawyers to participate in pro bono legal services in an effort to improve the accessibility of law and justice to vulnerable sections of society.
OKANKOLO – Although MTC is working tirelessly to ensure that everyone has access to communication and has built network towers to ensure connections are made easier in different parts of the country, some areas seem still to be lagging behind.
Former St Therese Secondary School grade 12 learner Taimi Asino recently received a shot in the arm after Standard Bank Namibia awarded her N$50 000 towards her varsity studies.
The National Assembly of the Republic of Namibia passed the Police Act, 1990, which set up a police force known as the Namibian Police Force.
ǂNÛǂGOAES - !Namiǂnûs di ǁanǂgāsaben ge Ågui amsa xu ra mî, ǁîn a ǂhomisasa ÅhubuÅhubusenxūn sîsenūsa ǁnā !āsa xu Åariǂuisa. Nē mâsib xa ra ǂâiǂhansen ǁanǂgāsaben, Åawa!namn tsî !kharaga !âÅhuru-aon tsîn ge Ågūǁae ge Åhao hâ i, in danade ǂnûiÅhao tsî kō mâtin oresa nē !khāǂoa ra sîsenūs ÅhubuÅhubusenxūn disa !Namiǂnûs !nâ nî !khamǂuisa.
ǂNÛǂGOAES - !Namiǂnûs di ǁanǂgāsaben ge Ågui amsa xu ra mî, ǁîn a ǂhomisasa ÅhubuÅhubusenxūn sîsenūsa ǁnā !āsa xu Åariǂuisa. Nē mâsib xa ra ǂâiǂhansen ǁanǂgāsaben, Åawa!namn tsî !kharaga !âÅhuru-aon tsîn ge Ågūǁae ge Åhao hâ i, in danade ǂnûiÅhao tsî kō mâtin oresa nē !khāǂoa ra sîsenūs
Dr Panduleni Itula, who stood as an independent presidential candidate last year, has declared, “it is not over yet” following last week’s election challenge Supreme Court judgement.
President Hage Geingob said on Sunday that the country’s constitution should be taught from school level up to university as a foundational course for it to be internalised by all.
WINDOKO – Libyana zelongwa halizwelapili kuekezeha mwamukwakwa wa Walvis Bay-Ndola-Lumbumbashi, bakwaezi balimbayambaya zelonga libyana bazwelapili kutalimana nimaswenyeho habakena kwalineku la Zambia, kakuli mukwakwa ozwa Sesheke kuya Livingstone hamoho cwalo ni Lusaka, mane kuyoli tii kwa museto wanaha DRC, usiala mwamayemo maswe.
KING KAULUMA – The water scarcity that has been hindering the school progress at the King Kauluma Combined School will soon be a thing of the past.
MARIENTAL – The 18-year-old cousins from Stampriet have both registered at the University of Namibia (Unam) with support and assistance from the Hardap governor, the Mariental Rural constituency office as well as sympathetic members of the public.
KEETMANSHOOP - Following his election to represent the //Kharas region in the National Council, New Era caught up with Karasburg East constituency councillor Dennis Coetzee on how he intends to champion the cause of the electorate in the south.
MARIENTAL - Stakeholders in the Hardap region, including farmers affected by the closing of the sluices of the Hardap Dam to the irrigation schemes, recently held a meeting with the agriculture, water and forestry minister, Alpheus !Naruseb, in Mariental to discuss ways on how to mitigate the effects it will have on their crop production.
OMUTHIYA – Severe storm lashed Omuthiya on Friday, causing massive damage to the regional police headquarters. The storm ripped off the roof of the N$280 million administration block, while solar panels and official vehicles also suffered damage.
Otjomuise- Otjombongariro Tjokombanda Mbanda tjo ma yarurakisiro woviposa mo Namibia, matji tja tjari nousemba wo ku tara motjiposa o mu rikuramenenepo, Panduleni Itula, novakwao vovira ovipirure vyo porotika, mu varwe ovengi, tji va hungamisire o Minister yo Mekurisiro Wovihuro Nokozombanda, Ohahende yOhoromende nOtjirata Tjomatoororero tja Namibia.
Otjomuise-Omitanda vya Eiseba vya hindi orutuu romutjemo ko tjirata tjo mbazu tjo Uhonapare wa Tjimana mu ma vitjeme nokuti ku ma vitja kwaturwa kwa yanda.
You are extremely excited about the developing bundle of joy, you have picked out a name and are already planning your visit vacation.
Aweeh, how have you been? Since I jika-jika-ed out, so many things have happened in the Land of the Brave, but many a Namibian have a very short memory span. Do you still remember the outbreak of anthrax and Ebola, and how everyone went berserk with theories in their heads about these dreadful, dangerous diseases?
South Africa can learn a lot about remembrance and restoration from the way Germany dealt with its Nazi past, but there is a more distant chapter of history with which this former colonial power is still trying to come to terms – and it’s causing a fair amount of controversy.
MASHARE – A local company Konigstein Capital which has a 25-year lease agreement to operate from the Mashare Irrigation Scheme in Kavango East, has set its sights on growing up to 150 hectares of blueberries for the international market.
Rundu - Vantu vatunga moKavango zoutokero nezi zoupumezuva rwaguma unene rukukutu kuna kuvahundira asi vahepa kuruganesa siruwo esi mvhura zongwa zina kuroka momukunda.
The president of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), Gabriela Cuevas Barron is in Namibia for a four-day visit that is meant to strengthen relations with IPU member countries and discuss initiatives the world’s parliamentary body has undertaken in the region.
ǀAEǁGAMS – !Gâi ǂhôa-i draiwen !hana-aon !aroma-i ge, mâtib go !hūbaib sâuǁkhāsiba a ǁnā, xawe i ge Namibiab di draiwe sîǂuisa 2019 !aromasa kaise go !gâi i, Ånōhe rasa !oan N$840 miljuns Ågūse hâ marisa
RUNDUS – !Kharaga skolgu Rundus !nâ mâgu ge ǁkhāǁkhā!nā-omde !nao!nās tsî soana skolgu !nâ hō tama Ågôana !ēs ǁkhāǁkhāsens disa mās !aroma, blegu Åkha aitsama ǁkhāǁkhā!nā-omde ra kuru.
ǀAEǁGAMS– Daogu ǂGaeǂguis (RA) ge ǂoago wekheb Wunstaxtsēs ai goro !gâi!gâisen, ǁîb hîa kaise a Åhawe daogu di Åguib ÅAeǁgamsa xu Kaiǁkhaes ǁga garub di ǂguro !âbas go mîǁguisa ǁaeb !nâ a sī!nâs khao!gâ
Windoko – Basali bababeli, hamoho cwalo nimushemi wamusali, baba nyazwa kakubulaya nikuyo yumba situpu sa mwanana wamusizana walilimo zelobañwi, neba bonahalile lwapili mwakhuta yamuatuli yomunyini mwa Windoko, fapila muatuli yomunyinyani Ndepewa Amadhila.
WINDOKO – Lingambolo linze liezahala mwahala naha Namibia ni Botswana, kukutisa yanali muetapili yatumile hahulu wabane babalehezi kwa Dukwi, Felix Kakula, nibabañwi babane kuli bato ikalabela hala papali yene babapalile, mwakubata kukeyula Mutayi wa Caprivi kwanaha Namibia kasilimo sa 1999.
WINDHOEK – Windhoek residents owe the City of Windhoek N$935 million in municipal bills as at 31 December 2019. A total of N$663 million is owed to municipality over 30 days before December, said Windhoek mayor Fransina Kahungu during the first monthly council meeting last week.
WINDHOEK - The African Editors Forum has condemned in the strongest term the prison terms imposed on Burundian journalists tried and convicted simply for doing their work.
Otjomuise- Mo South Africa muna ohendi mo ma ha¿uninino wehi ndji parura ovatongame poo ovanina ka mu seka poo mbehupa nawa.
WALVIS BAY - National Union of Namibian Workers (NUNW) vice president Phillip Munenguni has lashed out at labour ministry officials, accusing them of being mere “salary collectors” while turning a blind eye to the suffering of workers employed in the fishing and mining industries.
Opuwo – Mbunga politika zaSWAPO kazihorowere Estein Katupa asi akazikarerepo moOpuwo zoponze zodoropa momahoroworo gokukwateramo aga vanakundindira gakakareko mokwedi kwaNsinano mvhura zeezi.
Ongwediva – Kansela gomukunda gwaRuacana Andreas Shintama, sinkwa ntani kavamuhorowere akare munasipundi kupinganena mevango lya Modestus Amutse akare asi munasipundi gokansela zaOmusati pandango zamukunda.
WINDHOEK – The German embassy yesterday stated it will outsource the application process for Schengen visas in Namibia to a service provider (TLS Group S.A.) with a Visa Application Centre (VAC) based in Windhoek, starting from 2 March 2020.
ONGWEDIVA – The police in Oshana region are investigating two cases of attempted murder following gruesome attacks on Tuesday. In one incident, two security guards aged 42 and 44 were arrested after attacking a taxi driver at Gwashamba Mall in Ondangwa.
WINDHOEK – Talks are underway between Namibia and Botswana to extradite ex-Dukwi refugee prominent leader, Felix Kakula, and four others to answer questions on their involvement in the secessionist attempt to secede the former Caprivi Strip from Namibia in 1999.
WINDHOEK – About 500 women across Windhoek who two weeks ago submitted their CVs to Monica Gender-Based Violence Solution Centre have shown interest to obtain driving licences to enable them to start driving taxis in order to uplift their lives.
WINDHOEK – The National Unity Democratic Organisation’s (Nudo) top leadership last weekend opted to shelve plans to suspend its long-serving Okakarara constituency councillor Vetaruhe Kandorozu and former secretary general Meundju Jahanika from the party.