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      Namibia welcomes SADC presidents

      Namibia welcomes SADC presidents

      2018-08-17  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK – Heads of state and government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) arrived yesterday for the 38th SADC Summit. The President of Seychelles, Danny Faure, was one of the first presidents to touch down at Hosea Kutako International Airport, followed by South African President and outgoing SADC Chairperson, Cyril Ramaphosa, two hours later. Soon after Ramaphosa, Lesotho Prim
      SA corporation wants improved ties in goat trade

      SA corporation wants improved ties in goat trade

      2018-08-16  Matheus Hamutenya
      KEETMANSHOOP – South African Corporation Kalahari Kid wants better cooperation with //Kharas Region’s small livestock farmers to improve the trade in goats between the two countries.
      Oniipa town gets electricity

      Oniipa town gets electricity

      2018-08-16  Nuusita Ashipala
      ONIIPA - Since Oniipa was proclaimed a town in 2015 it has yet to build modern brick houses for its residents though the local authority has made great strides to service some parts of the new town. One such servicing development was witnessed on Tuesday when the town council serviced an area estimated to have 56 erven at Onethindi Proper that was provided with electricity.
      SADC urged to lobby for gender parity

      SADC urged to lobby for gender parity

      2018-08-16  Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
      WINDHOEK – Chairperson of the SADC Council of Ministers, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah has urged member states to continuously intensify their advocacy and lobbying campaigns on gender parity as per the provisions in the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development SADC wants a 50/50 parliamentary representation comprising 50 percent women and 50 percent male parliamentarians.
      Home Affairs issues 350 ID documents

      Home Affairs issues 350 ID documents

      2018-08-16  Obrien Simasiku
      OMUTHIYA - The Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration in Oshikoto last week issued approximately 350 national documents to various communities in the region through its outreach programme in government’s ongoing efforts to take services to those in need.
      SheDecides campaign launched in Namibia

      SheDecides campaign launched in Namibia

      2018-08-16  Alvine Kapitako
      WINDHOEK - The SheDecides global campaign to promote, provide, protect and enhance the fundamental rights of women and girls was launched in Namibia on Tuesday evening in light of the inequalities that continue to prevail between men and women.
      SADC internal communications under-resourced

      SADC internal communications under-resourced

      2018-08-16  Alvine Kapitako
      WINDHOEK – The internal communications system, cohesion and support to national communication structures of SADC remain challenged.
      Fire causes damage at Sikondo green scheme

      Fire causes damage at Sikondo green scheme

      2018-08-16  John Muyamba
      SIKONDO - On Saturday, workers at the Sikondo green scheme project 10 km west of Rundu in Kavango West worked feverishly, sweating it out in panic, as they struggled to extinguish the fire that almost caused major damage to the project’s facilities and crop fields.
      Mafuta orphanage receives fish donation

      Mafuta orphanage receives fish donation

      2018-08-16  Aron Mushaukwa
      KATIMA MULILO - Situated about 10 kilometres from Katima Mulilo at Mafuta, the orphanage and day care centre named after the settlement takes care of orphans within the area and from the surrounding villages of Musanga and Chefuzwe.