WINDHOEK - The Katutura Magistrate’s Court has postponed to October 16 the case of a man who stands accused of killing his ex-lover and attempting suicide, to allow room for the police to complete their investigations into the crime.
WINDHOEK - Namibian police Inspector-General Sebastian Ndeitunga has called on Okakarara residents to lay complaints against the police, should they feel distressed by the police’s action on the commotion that resulted in the mass arrest of 39 members of the public over the weekend.
WINDHOEK - The Minister of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development, Tjekero Tweya, has dismissed perceptions by some critics that the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), recently ratified by Namibia, will kill the already struggling infant industries in the country.
CHOI - Leader of the Mashi Traditional Authority at Choi, Chief Joseph Tembwe Mayuni has expressed concern about the pro-secessionist Caprivi Concerned Group saying their activities are a major source of instability in the Zambezi that in 1998 was rocked by a secessionist uprising.
NDONGA LINENA - The traditional leader of the Vagciriku Traditional Authority Hompa Kassian Shiyambi was thrilled to see the official inauguration of the Ndonga Linena constituency office on Friday, saying through that office his subjects will be served efficiently and much quicker.