Monthly Archives: January 2014

Galaxy Gaming Expands Into South Africa; Table Games Leader Now a Player in Key Future Market

Las Vegas-based Gaming Leader Demonstrates Global Reach and Strong International Relationships; Promises Expansion “Everywhere and Anywhere Players Are Waiting”

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 30, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE / Asianet-Pakistan) — Continuing …

Significant increase in leprosy in Namibia

MASHARE: Preliminary reports from the Ministry of Health and Social Services show that the number of leprosy cases in the country has increased significantly – from six new cases recorded …

Police appealing for help in identifying accident victims

OTJIWARONGO: The Otjozondjupa police are appealing to the general public to help with the identification of some of the deceased who were involved in the accident outside Okahandja on Tuesday …

Two men arrested for alleged fraud at Ondonga Traditional Author

OPUWO: The National Housing Enterprise (NHE) has officially handed over the site for the first phase of the mass housing programme for Opuwo to the contractor tasked with constructing the …

All roads lead to Omusati Region for boxing bonanza

WINDHOEK: The Omusati Region can expect a night of top boxing on 01 March this year when a boxing bonanza is hosted at the Olufuko Centre in Outapi.

The boxing …

Meatco quota allocation leads to increased producer prices

WINDHOEK: The Meat Corporation of Namibia (Meatco) says its increased Norway quota allocation has led to increased prices for producers.

Meatco increased its average producer price by N.dollars 3,62 per …

Find a purpose for voting: Maamberua

WINDHOEK: Swanu of Namibia president Usutuaije Maamberua on Wednesday encouraged Namibians to register in order to “vote for a purpose”.

Maamberua made the plea when he acquired his voters’ card …

Nearly 1 000 voters registered outside Namibia

WINDHOEK: The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) has registered 972 voters in 29 countries outside Namibia since the voter registration process commenced some two weeks ago.

The ECN’s Director of …