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MET faces serious money woes

4 days ago - 22 May 2017 | Ministries

The Minister of Environment and Tourism, Pohamaba Shifeta, on Friday painted a grim picture of the years to come with the ministry facing massive budgetary constraints. This may have an impact on anti-poaching activities and...

Eshangitho lyomaso pashinanena otali landulako

4 days ago - 22 May 2017 | Ministries

Konima sho kwa tulwa miilonga omulandu gwokushangitha omavalo mUuministeli wIikwameni nOmatembu, tagu ithanwa e-birth notification system, uuministeli mboka otawu pangele okutula miilonga omulandu gwa faathana tagu ithanwa e-death notification system.Uunona wa thika po- 42...

E-death notification system next

1 week ago - 19 May 2017 | Ministries

After the roll out of the e-birth notification system, the home affairs ministry will explore the development of the e-death notification system.A total of 42 154 babies under the age of one were registered during...

'All inmates are legal'

1 week ago - 16 May 2017 | Ministries

The Correctional Services of Namibia has denied an allegation that the Windhoek Central Correctional facility is refusing to release 200 prisoners that have purportedly served their time.An SMS message to the press last week claimed...

SWA IDs valid for another year

1 month - 30 March 2017 | Ministries

The deadline for the phasing out of the old South West African (SWA) identity cards has been extended to 31 March 2018.The initial deadline for replacing the cards was to lapse tomorrow.The campaign to replace...

Fisheries inspectors in Kavango under fire

10 months ago - 20 July 2016 | Ministries

Fisheries inspectors have come under heavy criticism for allegedly failing to tackle illegal and damaging fishing methods along the Okavango River. The situation is said...

Graduate contemplates shack life

1 year - 17 June 2015 | Ministries

Fed up with rising rental prices, a Polytechnic of Namibia graduate is contemplating setting up his own makeshift shack, if the severe lack of housing...

Mayor calls for Namoloh's head

2 years ago - 24 February 2015 | Ministries

Omaruru’s suspended town council has called upon President-elect Hage Geingob to boot out incumbent Minister of Regional and Local Government Charles Namoloh. The town’s mayor, Vincent...

Home Affairs Ministry accused of ‘prejudice’

2 years ago - 13 July 2014 | Ministries

The Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration has been accused of xenophobia and prejudice after refusing entry to a Muslim businessman who has for years...

Rival taxi unions threaten Nghimtina

3 years ago - 17 October 2013 | Ministries

Two rival taxi unions have called on President Hifikepunye Pohamba and the Prime Minister Hage Geingob to call Minister of Works of Transport Erkki Nghimtina...

US unimpressed by Namibia's action on trafficking

3 years ago - 29 August 2013 | Ministries

WINDHOEKFAITH SANKWASAThe United States government has expressed dissatisfaction with the progress Namibia has made thus far in combating human trafficking, and has urged the country...

Kavango-Zambezi transfrontier progress praised

3 years ago - 06 August 2013 | Ministries

BWABWATA NATIONAL PARK ELLANIE SMIT Namibia has been praised for the progress it has made through its effective and timely implementation of activities in the...

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African countries commend Home Affairs'...

3 years ago - 10 June 2013 | Ministries

WINDHOEKGORDON JOSEPH The spokesperson of the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration, Salome Kambala, says many African countries have commended Namibia for improving its birth, death...

Ambassador ordered to pay for...

4 years ago - 24 May 2013 | Ministries

WINDHOEK TOIVO NDJEBELAThe government has ordered Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge to repay more than N$19 000 she allegedly claimed under false pretences from...

'Exile kids' shooting themselves in...

4 years ago - 10 May 2013 | Ministries

WINDHOEK SELMA IKELA A human rights lawyer says the so-called 'struggle kids' are making things more difficult for themselves by refusing to get a lawyer to represent...

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