Ongushu yaakiintu nayi kalekwe po-Standard Bank

30 April 2018 | Health

KENYA KAMBOWE

Uuntu nongushu yaakiintu oya pumbwa okugamenenwa po kutya otashi pula shike, pahapu dhomukomeho gwoshitayi shombaanga yoStandard Bank mOutapi, Geroldus Kazondunge.

Kazondunge okwa popi ngaaka mEtitatu lyoshiwike sha piti, pethimbo ombaanga yoStandard Bank ya gandja ooshapi yehala lyokutegelelela aakiintu mboka ye li momategelelo, mondoolopa ndjoka. Ooshapi ndhoka odha pewa oshipangelo shepangelo mOutapi moshitopolwa shaMusati.

Etungo ndyoka lya li ya tungwa po tango neyambidhidho lya gandjwa kaakuthimbinga ya yooloka, olya kala monkalo yakulupa noonkondo, na olya kala itali vulu okulongithwa.

Shoka osha etitha aakiintu mboka ye Ii momategelelo ya tegelela okupulumutha, ya dhengele ootenda dhawo kohi yomuti popepi noshipangelo.

Kazondunge okwa popi kutya omolwa onkalo ndjoka, ombaanga yawo ya tokola okulongitha oshimaliwa sha thika pooN$300 000 opo ku longulilwe omaatungo ngoka, nokugatula pamuthika gwa gamenwa.

“Otwa pumbwa okugamenena po ongushu yaakiintu ethimbo kehe. Ombaanga yoStandard Bank otu na etumba noonkondo sho twa wapaleke ehala ndyoka lyaakiintu yiihumbata, opo ya kale megameno,” Kazondunge a popi.

Etungo ndyoka oli na oondunda dhokulala ne, ndhoka tadhi vulu okukala naantu 24 poshikando. Oli na woo uundunda wokwiiyogela nuundjugo. Ngoloneya gwoshitopolwa shaMusati, okwa pandula Standard Bank omolwa oonkambadhla dhe ndhoka a ningi opo ku wapalekwe nokutulwa pamuthika gwegameno etungo ndyoka.

Nonando ongaaka Endjala okwa gandja uusama kaaniilonga yoshipangelo shaOutapi sho inaku wapalekwa omudhingoloko gwehala ndyoka. Okwa popi kutya nonando ombaanga oya longitha iimaliwa oyindji mokutungitha ehala ndyoka, oshituthi she gandjo lyooshapi osha ningilwa momudhingoloko inagu yogoka.

Okwa pula aanambelewa yoshipangelo opo ya kwashilipaleke kutya ehala ndyoka olya wapalekwa, sho taka talela po ishewe ehala ndyoka.

Endjala okwa popi kutya oshinakugwanithwa inashi kala owala momake gepangeo olyo li sile oshisho aakwashigwana ihe aakuthimbinga ayehe naya dhane onkandangala, ngaashi sha ningwa kuStandard Bank.

Similar News

 

Abortion law must be reformed – LAC

3 days ago - 21 October 2021 | Health

JEMIMA BEUKES WINDHOEKThe Legal Assistance Centre (LAC) recommends that the existing abortion law...

Abort abortion law, ministry says

4 days ago - 20 October 2021 | Health

JEMIMA BEUKES WINDHOEKThe Abortion and Sterilisation Act 2 of 1975 is obsolete and must be discarded for more comprehensive legislation that...

MTC budgets N$12m to incentivise vaccinations

4 days ago - 20 October 2021 | Health

ESTER KAMATI WINDHOEKTelecommunications giant MTC yesterday launched its new VaxUp081 campaign, which is aimed...

Long way to go for 40% vaccination rate

4 days ago - 20 October 2021 | Health

ESTER KAMATI WINDHOEKWorld Health Organisation (WHO) country representative Charles Sagoe-Moses has warned Namibians to continue being cautious...

Church, civil society butt heads over abortion

5 days ago - 19 October 2021 | Health

JEMIMA BEUKES WINDHOEKThe Voices for Choices and Rights Coalition wants abortion to be legalised up to the seventh month of pregnancy,...

Maternal mortality still a problem

5 days ago - 19 October 2021 | Health

JEMIMA BEUKES WINDHOEKNamibia’s maternal mortality rate stands at 195 per 100 000 live births, as the country accelerates efforts to reduce...

Risk of Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Nearly Three Times Higher...

5 days ago - 19 October 2021 | Health

The research was published in the September 2021 issue of the journal Cancer Medicine. Triple-negative breast cancer is estrogen-receptor-negative, progesterone-receptor-negative and HER2-negative.Triple-negative breast cancers are...

Public hearings on abortion start

5 days ago - 19 October 2021 | Health

JEMIMA BEUKESThe Voices for Choices and Rights Coalition wants abortion to be legalised and the right for women to terminate an abortion up to 28...

Public hearing on abortion kicks off

5 days ago - 18 October 2021 | Health

Swapo Member of Parliament Lucia Witbooi has admitted that abortions take place widely in Namibia and this can no longer be swept under the carpet....

Mosquito spraying starts at Ongwediva

6 days ago - 18 October 2021 | Health

TUYEIMO HAIDULAONGWEDIVAThe Ongwediva town council last week started with its indoor residual insecticide spraying campaign, targeting Extension 11, Extension 15 and New Reception after a...

Latest News

Heimstädt steering road safety

2 days ago - 22 October 2021 | Business

Rivaldo KavangaHorst Heimstädt is the CEO of the Namibia Road Safety Forum, a private organisation which does extensive work in the Southern African Development Community...

FNB to strengthen its support...

2 days ago - 22 October 2021 | Business

PHILLEPUS UUSIKUProparco, a private sector financing arm of Agence Française de Développement Group (AFD Group), granted a EURIZ portfolio guarantee of N$ 68 million to...

Learners don maize sacks for...

2 days ago - 22 October 2021 | Education

TUYEIMO HAIDULA OSHAKATI Learners at Omuthiyagwiipundi Combined School in Omuthiya are forced to wear maize sacks each time they misbehave at...

Itula changed, says suspended Smith-Howard

2 days ago - 22 October 2021 | Politics

Staff Reporter WINDHOEKSuspended Independent Patriots for Change (IPC) Swakopmund constituency councillor Ciske Smith-Howard says her party leader, Dr Panduleni Itula, has become...

The face of the southern...

2 days ago - 22 October 2021 | People

Michelline Nawatises Victoria Ndemupa Muhuura was born in Wavis Bay. She attended at Andimba Toivo ya Toivo Secondary School in the Oshana Region, and...

Zozo’s Leather: Your dream product

2 days ago - 22 October 2021 | People

Rivaldo Kavanga Celesty Cupido worked in the tourism industry and realised over the years that many Namibian accommodation establishments do not showcase or sell...

Rising like a phoenix

2 days ago - 22 October 2021 | Business

Mariselle StofbergWilhelmine Mutorwa has used every opportunity she is given to become the best version of herself. For Wilhelmine Mutorwa, giving up has never been...

Africa calls for climate finance...

2 days ago - 22 October 2021 | Economics

ALESSANDRA PRENTICEAfrican countries want a new system to track funding from wealthy nations that are failing to meet a US$100-billion annual target to help the...

EDITORIAL: We are guilty of...

2 days ago - 22 October 2021 | Opinion

A lot needs to be discussed in our country – from race and sexual rights to abortion. The country can’t stop talking, even when such...

Load More