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Spur vaccinations ‘not forced’

11 hours ago | Local News

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEK In an alleged attempt to ensure the survival of his business, the owner of a chain steakhouse restaurant in Windhoek instructed his 300 employees to get vaccinated against...

Govt silent on reparation deal

11 hours ago | Local News

OGONE TLHAGE WINDHOEKNamibia and Germany have reached an agreement over reparation payments after years of negotiating, German media reported over the weekend.The deal is...

Violence against children endemic in Namibia

11 hours ago | Local News

NAMPA WINDHOEKA gender-based violence (GBV) against children survey conducted in 2019 found that 39.6% of girls and 45% of boys have experienced some form...

Cabinet extends repatriation project

11 hours ago | Local News

NAMPA WINDHOEKCabinet has approved the extension of the inter-ministerial committee for the repatriation of persons of Namibian descent’s mandate for a period of...

Epangelo tali popile ompango yuukoloni

11 hours ago | Local News

MARC SPRINGER OVENDUKAEpangelo otali popile ekalo miilonga lyoveta ndjoka tali popi kutya otayi yanda eikuthilo lyevi nokugamena uumwene womaliko.Dimbulukeni Nauyoma gwoAffirmative Repositioning okwa fala...

Osasiyona yakathimamulilo mOngwediva oya pumbwa omakwatho

11 hours ago | Local News

NAMPA ONGWEDIVA Mayola gwondoolopa yaNgwediva, Priest Taarah Shalyefu okwa holola kutya nonando okwa manithwa etungo lyomahala gokulala mosasiyona yokudhima omulilo mOndoolopa yaNgwediva,...

BDF bullying worries tourism bosses

3 days ago - 14 May 2021 | Local News

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEKWhile government calls for calm following a spate of incidents which has seen Namibians suffering at the hands of the...

Govt defends apartheid law

3 days ago - 14 May 2021 | Local News

Marc Springer WINDHOEKGovernment says the controversial Squatters Proclamation of 1985 should remain in place...

NBC board unfazed by NAPWU legal action

3 days ago - 14 May 2021 | Local News

OGONE TLHAGE WINDHOEKNamibia Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) board chairperson Lazarus Jacobs has shrugged off the litigation instituted by the Namibia Public Workers Union...

NMP on tenterhooks over phosphate judgement

3 days ago - 14 May 2021 | Local News

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEKNamibia Marine Phosphate (NMP) says even though the judgement on the validity of its mining licence has been...

Ongwediva fire station needs furniture

3 days ago - 14 May 2021 | Local News

NAMPA ONGWEDIVA Ongwediva mayor Priest Taarah Shalyefu recently revealed that despite the completion of the fire station’s sleeping quarters, its personnel are...

Civil society and politicians can coexist – Engelbrecht

3 days ago - 14 May 2021 | Local News

STAFF REPORTER WINDHOEKCivil Society Information Centre (CSIC) coordinator Carola Engelbrecht says civil society still...

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Court dilly-dallies in phosphate case

5 days ago - 12 May 2021 | Local News

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEKThe High Court’s umpteenth postponement to deliver judgment in the controversial marine phosphate matter has left the fate of mining...

NBC board, management comedic –...

5 days ago - 12 May 2021 | Local News

OGONE TLHAGE WINDHOEKThe Trade Union Congress of Namibia (Tucna) has accused NBC’s board and management of showing themselves to be no better...

N?a Jaqna Conservancy uses income...

5 days ago - 12 May 2021 | Local News

STAFF REPORTER WINDHOEKThe N?a Jaqna Conservancy has distributed food to the value of N$96 000 to 16 schools and pre-schools this year.This...

Conciliation a potential solution to...

6 days ago - 11 May 2021 | Local News

OGONE TLHAGE WINDHOEKThe Namibia Public Workers Union (NAPWU) is pinning its hopes on conciliation to find a solution to NBC workers’ wage...

Amupanda eyes City farms

6 days ago - 11 May 2021 | Local News

JEMIMA BEUKES WINDHOEKThe City of Windhoek management and its mayor Job Amupanda are at...

MPs seek public management solutions

6 days ago - 11 May 2021 | Local News

ESTER KAMATI OTJIWARONGOThe standing committee on economics and public administration is hosting a workshop...

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