Daily Archives: June 19, 2014

TC and NPL call off awards

WINDHOEK: Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) and the Namibia Premier League (NPL) have called off the MTC NPL Awards Ceremony indefinitely.

The awards ceremony, where the league champions and best performing …

urrent livestock regulations affecting communal farmers

WINDHOEK: The Namibia National Farmers Union (NNFU) has on Thursday called on the government to aggressively explore alternative livestock markets as communal farmers are severely affected by the current new …

NFU calls on government to explore alternative livestock markets

WINDHOEK: The Namibia National Farmers’ Union (NNFU) today called on the government to aggressively explore alternative livestock markets, as communal farmers are severely affected by new veterinary regulations from neighbouring …

o and vote in numbers: Ueitele

GOBABIS: The Governor of the Omaheke Region, Festus Ueitele, has urged residents of the Omaheke Region to go and out and register in numbers for the oncoming elections during the …

Parliament passes Anti-Terrorism Act as matter of urgency

WINDHOEK: Members of Parliament (MP) urgently passed the amended Prevention and Combating of Terrorism Activities’ Act, Act 12 of 2012 on Tuesday to avoid a variety of sanctions which may …

amvet labels Theron a liar

ONGWEDIVA: The Namibia War Veterans’ Trust (Namvet) has labelled Jacob Theron a liar for claiming that he is a former chief of operations in military forces of the ousted colonial …

evelop abattoirs and feedlots to reduce dependence: Shoopala

WINDHOEK: Acting Chief Veterinary Officer in the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry John Shoopala said there are several available markets for Namibian meat and meat products across the globe.…

wo men found guilty of robbing and murdering German flight instructor sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment

WINDHOEK: Two men found guilty of robbing and murdering a German flight instructor in Windhoek in 2005, were each sentenced to an effective 20 years’ imprisonment term today.

Dumingu Zuzee …