Author: Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
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WINDHOEK – Press secretary in the presidency Alfredo Hengari has reacted to a New Era headline that he WINDHOEK – A silent as a stone President Hage Geingob listened as residents of Hardap Region raised WINDHOEK - National Unity Democratic Organisation (Nudo) president Utjiua Muinjangue will be sworn in as a Member of Parliament (MP) on the 10th of September when the National Assembly resumes. WINDHOEK - Electricity supply to the country’s largest tertiary institution, the University of Namibia (Unam) has been terminated due to an unpaid bill thought to be in the region of N$4 million. WALVIS BAY - Namibian fishing companies, Sinco Fishing and Epango Fishing have lodged an urgent application with the High Court to stop their Mauritius islander partners from selling a vessel worth N$280 million. WINDHOEK - Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa is scheduled to arrive in Namibia on Monday for a three-day state visit. GOBABIS – The Namibia Farm Workers Union (Nafwu) General Secretary Rocco Nguvauva is calling on the agricultural sector to ensure that the rights of farm workers to freely participate in the upcoming Presidential and National Assembly elections are respected. WINDHOEK – Secretary of the Swapo Party Youth League (SPYL) Ephraim Nekongo on Saturday called on all broad-minded and loyal party members to help track down and get rid of the “enemies” within. SPYL WINDHOEK - Ovambanderu Chief Kilus Munjuku III Nguvauva has approached the High Court to review and set aside the decision by Minister of Urban and Rural Development Peya Mushelenga to recognise Chief Turimuro Hoveka as a traditional leader. WINDHOEK - Namibia has applauded Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro for his “determination and spirit of no-surrender” saying it has upheld the country against the onslaught of foreign powers bent on crippling the long-held history and principles of the country. WINDHOEK – President Hage Geingob will on Saturday travel to Ghanzi, Botswana to officiate at the 2019 Ghanzi Agricultural Show, according to media reports in that country. WINDHOEK - Cabinet has directed the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture to unlock the potential of introducing Kiswahili language into the Namibian school calendar. WINDHOEK – The governments of Namibia and Botswana are currently in talks to allow their nationals visiting either country to use their national identity cards instead of passports. WINDOKO – Katengo kakamaiso yamuuso kafile taelo kwa Liluko la Tuto Lipapali ni Sizo kutalima kamo puo ya Kiswahili ikona kuzibahazwa mwalikolo. Likwambuyu wa Mañusa nizwelopili yakuambola Stanley Simataa WINDHOEK – Minister of Urban and Rural Development Peya Mushelenga has advised chief regional officers (CROs) to resist the temptation of engaging in corrupt practices and guard against wasteful WINDHOEK – As Namibia prepares to hand over the Sadc chairpersonship to Tanzania in August, the country feels it has delivered on advocating for the effective operationalisation of the 38th Sadc summit WINDHOEK – President Hage Geingob yesterday confirmed that the fiercely debated 25 percent equity stake stipulated in the National Equitable Economic Empowerment Policy Framework (NEEEF) has been WINDHOEK - Out of the 255 830 new voters registered during the Supplementary Registration of Voters, which ended on Saturday, the Khomas region has the highest number at 55 570. WINDHOEK – Ongundu tayi pangele Swapo otayi ka ninga oshigongi oshinenenene muSepetemba, ku na ashike oomwedhi mbali omahogololo gopaupresidente nogopaliamende ga thike. Omahogololo okwa WINDHOEK – President Hage Geingob yesterday left for Maputo, Mozambique to witness the signing of a peace deal by his counterpart Filipe Nyusi and Renamo leader Ossufo Momade.