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Geingob a gandja omahekeleko kofamili yanakudhipagwa komukwiita

1 day - 19 June 2019 | Government

Omupresidende okupitila momupopiliko gwe Alfred Hengari okwa lombwele oNamibian Sun kutya, oshiningwanima shoka shedhipago lyomuhingi gwotaxi osha ningwa paupya na otashi ka ungaungiwa nasho kwiikwatelelwa koveta yoshilongo.Ombelewa yomupresidende oya popi kutya ekanitho lyomwenyo...

Geingob regrets fatal shooting

2 days ago - 18 June 2019 | Government

JANA-MARI SMITH President Hage Geingob has reached out to the family of 22-year-old Fambaune Black, who was killed by a Namibian Defence Force (NDF) soldier last week, while also underlining his commitment to continuing...

Rundu heeds Mushelenga's ultimatum

2 weeks ago - 06 June 2019 | Government

Rundu deputy mayor Toini Hausiku has resigned in order to take up the vacant seat on the town's management committee, which has been in limbo amid internecine infighting between Swapo councillors. This new development...

Get serious about water

2 weeks ago - 05 June 2019 | Government

The City of Windhoek warns that the city's taps will run dry unless residents cooperate to achieve the mandatory 15% monthly water savings target.“Overconsumption is worrisome, because it means we are over-exploiting our last resource,...

Hainghumbi in the dark about charges

2 weeks ago - 05 June 2019 | Government

Grootfontein municipality finance executive Ileni Hainghumbi is still in the dark about the exact charges he faces.Hainghumbi, who was suspended in January for alleged misconduct, and whose suspension was lifted in April, said he has...

PM delivers pep talk

2 weeks ago - 04 June 2019 | Government

Government's top accounting officers have been sternly reminded of their crucial role in managing Namibia's tight purse strings, tackling public-service corruption and ensuring accountability and...

San fall through the cracks

2 weeks ago - 03 June 2019 | Government

The process of identifying and registering drought relief food beneficiaries in Ohangwena has excluded marginalised people in the region, despite a communication from the Office...

Decolonise yourselves – Geingob

3 weeks ago - 28 May 2019 | Government

What started out as a plea by the Namibia National Students Organisation (Nanso) leadership to decolonise tertiary institutions turned into a history lesson when President...

Internships back in govt

4 weeks ago - 23 May 2019 | Government

Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila has directed the lifting of the internship programme ban in the public sector from 1 June.She instructed in a notice that...

'Pohamba was misled'

4 weeks ago - 22 May 2019 | Government

Kavango West regional council chairperson Joseph Sivaku Sikongo says former president Hifikepunye Pohamba was misled when he conducted a groundbreaking ceremony in 2014 for the...

Guibeb in debt scandal

1 month - 17 May 2019 | Government

JEMIMA BEUKES A German newspaper has accused the Namibian ambassador to Germany, Andreas Guibeb, of abusing his diplomatic status and running up debts of about...

'Let's move on'

1 month - 16 May 2019 | Government

President Hage Geingob has dismissed calls for the establishment of a South African-style Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) to deal with the unresolved pain and...

Government

Kapia irked by busy PM

1 month - 06 May 2019 | Government

ILENI NANDJATO Former deputy works minister Paulus Ilonga Kapia has expressed his frustration over the fact that Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila and agriculture minister Alpheus...

Industries must compete globally

1 month - 06 May 2019 | Government

Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila says too much infant industry protection will lead to Namibia violating international competition rules.She said local producers must consider seizing opportunities...

Vision 2030 to be reviewed

1 month - 29 April 2019 | Government

The National Planning Commission has announced that Namibia's grand plan to become an industrialised nation with a high income by the year 2030 needs to...

Huawei donates to human rights...

1 month - 29 April 2019 | Government

Huawei Namibia has handed over N$50 000 to the chairperson of the National Council, Margaret Mensah-Williams, for the human rights campaign 'The Journey'.Mensah-Williams said the...

Public procurement lacks transparency

1 month - 25 April 2019 | Government

An independent policy watchdog in Namibia continues to shine a spotlight on the serious troubles crippling Namibia's public procurement system and the body in charge,...

Travelling is not fun –...

1 month - 23 April 2019 | Government

President Hage Geingob last week told lawmakers in parliament that his frequent overseas trips don't meant that he enjoys travelling.He made the remark during a...

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