2018-10-05Matheus Hamutenya KEETMANSHOOP - Oranjemund Constituency Councillor Lazarus Nangolo says government should amend the law to ensure communities within mining areas directly benefit from such mines. View more
2018-10-05Nuusita Ashipala ONGWEDIVA - Chickens have finally come home to roost after the Education Directorate in Erongo Region was compelled to investigate a case in which a fifth grader at !Oe#gab Primary School was allegedly assaulted by a teacher and had his arm fractured during the beating. View more
2018-10-04Kuzeeko Tjitemisa Windhoek - Ministeli zokugusapo ruhepo nefiro sinka, kazitengwidire yimaliwa yokusika ko N$118.3 yonomiliyuna yitengure komisteli zoyimaliwa yina kara asi kapi vayiruganesa meyereko lyosimaliva lyakereko mvhura ezi zina pu dogoro mokwedi kwaNsinano mvhura ezi. Eyi kuna kwama ruha nye oru arugendesa simaliwa sepangero, apa nye kavatere asi ava vakuta asi vasikisemo egano lyankenye ministeli asi sim View more
2018-10-04Staff Reporter WINDHOEK – Namibia is keen to ensure its partnership with India is strengthened through trade, investment, energy and agriculture, said Acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation, Morven Luswenyo. View more
2018-10-04John Muyamba RUNDU – Many Rundu residents continue to defy town council’s call by illegally connecting water to their homes and businesses, a situation that has in turn impacted negatively on the town’s revenue collection. View more
2018-10-04Albertina Nakale WINDHOEK - Nigerian scholar Dr Joseph Okpaku has discouraged the current trend of getting foreign aid to resolve the land question in Africa, saying this external assistance should be treated as an interim measure. View more
2018-10-03Staff Report 2 WINHDOEK – This year’s annual Windhoek Industrial and Agricultural Show has received scathing reviews from some exhibitors who blame poor turnout to the ongoing economic crisis in the country. View more
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