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‘No need’ for Geingob to apologise

5 hours ago | Government

JEMIMA BEUKES WINDHOEKSwapo spokesperson Hilma Nicanor has leapt to the defence of President Hage Geingob, who is coming under increasing pressure to backtrack from...

Councils owe NamWater N$470m

5 hours ago | Local News

OGONE TLHAGE WINDHOEKBulk water supplier NamWater is owed a whopping N$470 million by local authorities across the country, which includes a debt of N$92.9 million that was incurred during the Covid-19 state...

Girl (3) raped by uncle

5 hours ago | Crime

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEKThe rape of a three-year-old girl by her 49-year-old uncle at Mariental is among the latest sexual attacks on children that are continuing to escalate across the country.According to the...

Young, Wild and Free Nikhita

5 hours ago | People

Ester Kamati “I am unique because my journey is unique, my experiences in life, my thoughts, my words, and my actions make me unique.”Known for being the personification of art and her contribution to dance,...

Etosha fire still raging

5 hours ago | Disasters

ERWIN LEUSCHNER SWAKOPMUND After more than a week, a fire in the Etosha National Park is still raging. The fire has destroyed a large section of veld south of Namutoni, as well as...

Celebrate cancer awareness month

5 hours ago | Opinion

As we celebrate Cancer Awareness Month, My Zone visited Delta High School and asked the learners what they know about breast cancer and what they...

Democratic regime change is permissible

5 hours ago | Opinion

President Hage Geingob drew wrath in some quarters when he tore into white Namibians who, in his own words, are deserting Swapo and essentially plotting...

The price of envy

5 hours ago | Columns

Octavia TsibesWhat is it about people that makes it hard for us sometimes to feel happy for others? We want to be good friends, good...

As we celebrate Cancer Awareness Month, My Zone visited...

5 hours ago | Opinion

Corlia LiebenbergBreast cancer is a type of cancer that occurs in the breast tissue and lymph nodes of females and males. You could assist a...

Ongwediva urged to create SGBV relief centres

5 hours ago | Crime

TUYEIMO HAIDULA ONGWEDIVA Demonstrators who participated in the #ShutItAllDown protest at Ongwediva on Friday have asked the town's municipality to create relief centres for...

Locust outbreak worsens

5 hours ago | Agriculture

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEK An outbreak of African migratory locusts has worsened, with the entire Zambezi Region now affected.This is according to regional governor Lawrence Sampofu,...

Breathalysers remain parked

5 hours ago | Crime

Kenya KamboweRUNDU The use of breathalysers by the police remains suspended, says Inspector-General Sebastian Ndeitunga.They will, however, continue with unconventional methods to determine whether motorists...

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Development Bank of Namibia donates...

5 hours ago | Education

The Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) has donated a block of three classrooms valued at N$457 000 to Sakaria H Nghikembua Primary School in the...

Food insecurity on the rise

5 hours ago | Health

ERWIN LEUSCHNERSWAKOPMUNDMore than 400 000 Namibians need food aid.This figure was announced by George Fedha, Namibia’s World Food Programme (WFP) representative, when he called on...

PDM court challenger claims victimisation

5 hours ago | Politics

JEMIMA BEUKESWINDHOEKPopular Democratic Movement (PDM) member Charmaine Tjirare, who along with other party members won a High Court dispute against the party over National Assembly...

Air Namibia liquidation could attract...

5 hours ago | Transport

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKThe potential liquidation of Air Namibia could open the door for other airlines keen to enter the Namibian airspace.This is the opinion of Plane...

For the children, by the...

5 hours ago | Education

Veronica Haufiku The Children’s Movement is an organisation that was born from the ‘Girl Child Movement’ in 1996 after the fifth world conference for women...

Leading through a pandemic

5 hours ago | Education

Jimmy Visser The trials and tribulations of the Covid-19 virus became an unpleasant norm this year, but it didn’t stop the term of the...

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