2020-12-11Obrien Simasiku OMUTHIYA – Police chief Sebastian Ndeitunga warned members of the force to avoid indulging in active politics at all times, including at the workplace and on social media platforms. View more
2020-12-11Obrien Simasiku OMUTHIYA – A total of 250 police officers have been promoted in Oshikoto region effective this month, regional commander Commissioner Armas Shivute announced this week. View more
2020-12-11Obrien Simasiku OMUTHIYA – The head of rural water supply and sanitation in the Oshikoto, Stevenson Tuukondjele, says the eastern part of the region that is adversely affected by a shortage of water will soon benefit from a multi-million northern overhaul water system. View more
2020-12-11Eveline de Klerk WALVIS BAY – The Anti-Corruption Commission says its current investigation into the alleged corruption and lack of transparency in the mass urban land servicing project, as well as the reportedly unaccounted N$24 million at the Walvis Bay municipality, is not compromised. View more
2020-12-11Nuusita Ashipala AKUNIIHOLE – Namibia has witnessed an increase in rape with records indicating that 2 818 cases of rape were registered between January 2018 and September this year. Gender minister Doreen Sioka further indicated that of the rape cases registered about 2 357 were perpetrated against women and children. View more
2020-12-11Kuzeeko Tjitemisa Former presidential affairs minister Martin Andjaba as well as former international relations executive director Selma Ashipala-Musavyi will return to the diplomatic fold, while former National Council chairperson Margaret Mensah-Williams and ex-Tsumeb councillor Lebbius Tobias are among new ambassadors appointed by President Hage Geingob. View more
2020-12-11Nuusita Ashipala Namibians were grappling yesterday with fears of a second Covid-19 wave similar to the one experienced in neighbouring South Africa after 301 new infections were recorded. View more
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