2018-09-12Nuusita Ashipala ONGWEDIVA – Wood, art and craft vendors at the ABC open market in Ondangwa have come out guns blazing against the Ondangwa Town Council which they accuse of discriminating against them because they emanate from another region. The wood vendors, who mainly hail from the two Kavango regions, accused council of wanting to ‘hide’ their business behind the open market, shielding them from customers des View more
2018-09-12Albertina Nakale WINDHOEK - Cabinet has directed that Namibia explores the possibility of sourcing funds from the BRICS New Development Bank to finance the development of intraregional infrastructure projects promoted by the Ministry of Works and Transport through the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) Presidential Infrastructure Champions Initiative. View more
2018-09-12Staff Report 2 OKANGUATI - The executive chairperson of the National Youth Council (NYC) Mandela Kapere has called for an open-minded debate on the complex issue of abortion, which is illegally prevalent in the country, especially among the youth. View more
2018-09-12Staff Reporter WINDHOEK - A Namibian Central Intelligence Service (NCIS) senior official facing fraud and corruption charges of N$17 million was found dead in his vehicle next to the Daan Viljoen road yesterday morning. View more
2018-09-11Matheus Hamutenya KEETMANSHOOP – Founding President Sam Nujoma says plans should be made to construct a desalination plant that will get water from the sea to fill up the Neckartal Dam near Keetmanshoop. View more
2018-09-11Nuusita Ashipala ONGWEDIVA - The Deputy Minister of Public Enterprises Veikko Nekundi has advised Grade 10 learners at Otamanzi Circuit in Omusati Region not to give up their zeal but to soar like eagles and pass with flying colours in external exams. View more
2018-09-11Selma Ikela WINDHOEK – The Inspector-General of the Namibian Police Sebastian Ndeitunga has advised police officers to apply common sense when attending to reports of missing child and not tell complainants to wait for 24 hours before they could open a case of a missing person as this could be too late. View more
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