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      NCS to address UN on prison reforms

      NCS to address UN on prison reforms

      2019-05-17  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - The Commissioner-General of the Namibian Correctional Service (NCS) Raphael Tuhafeni Hamunyela, will be among hundreds of delegates from all over the world meeting in Vienna next week to participate in meetings and events related to the 28th session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ).
      Unregistered school puts 300 learners in limbo

      Unregistered school puts 300 learners in limbo

      2019-05-17  Nuusita Ashipala
      ONGWEDIVA – The future of about 300 learners at the Bin Six Private School in Ongwediva hangs in the balance as the school is not registered with the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture despite enrolling learners for formal education since last year.
      Vessel owner to fork out for oil spill

      Vessel owner to fork out for oil spill

      2019-05-17  Eveline de Klerk
      WALVIS BAY - A tanker vessel will have be pay up for last weekend’s oil spill that occurred in the port of Walvis Bay.   It will also have to fork out for the clean-up of another oil spill that was detected at Longbeach Extension 1, north of Walvis Bay that was traced back to their vessel.
      //Kharas farmers urged to register for drought relief

      //Kharas farmers urged to register for drought relief

      2019-05-17  Staff Reporter
      KEETMANSHOOP- Commercial, communal and resettlement farmers from the //Kharas Region attended a drought-relief information sharing meeting in Keetmanshoop earlier this week where they were implored to register for government drought relief interventions.
      Katima's Hollard agents unhappy over pay

      Katima's Hollard agents unhappy over pay

      2019-05-17  Aron Mushaukwa
      KATIMA MULILO – Employees at Hollard Insurance Katima branch which opened its doors in the north-eastern town in March, have accused the insurance company of not paying them their salaries for the past two months in breach of its contractual obligations. 
      Corridor 17 community urged to control alcohol intake

      Corridor 17 community urged to control alcohol intake

      2019-05-17  Staff Reporter
      CORRIDOR 17 - Deputy Minister of Marginalised Communities Royal /Ui/o/oo has urged the community of Corridor 17 to stay away from alcohol and drugs, and rather double its effort in ensuring its kids’ future is secured through education
      Over 500 retrenched in three months

      Over 500 retrenched in three months

      2019-05-17  Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
      WINDHOEK – About 514 workers were retrenched in various sectors of the economy in the fourth quarter of the 2017/18 financial year, with the construction sector accounting for the biggest number – 172 – of those laid off.
      Businessman builds kindergarten for his community

      Businessman builds kindergarten for his community

      2019-05-16  Loide Jason
      WINDHOEK - Businessman Fulbertus Kwedhi with the help of his wife Lucia Shindume-Kwedhi built a kindergarten and also used his own money to build an office for Swapo Party in Okathitu Konkayi village in Omusati Region. The two projects cost the couple over N$300 000.
      Namibia affirms strong bilateral ties with SA

      Namibia affirms strong bilateral ties with SA

      2019-05-16  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK- South Africa last Friday celebrated Freedom Day, the day chosen by the High Commission to commemorate the country’s 25th Freedom Day bears utmost significance.