Daily Archives: June 28, 2014

Namibia lose to Kenya in CAR match

WINDHOEK: The Namibian senior national rugby team lost its first match of the Confederation of African Rugby (CAR) tournament underway in Madagascar.

The tournament is being used as a qualifier …

City Police catch thieves red-handed

WINDHOEK: Two men were arrested on Saturday by the City Police after they and three others broke into a vehicle close to Parliament.

The arrest came after members of the …

Chairperson of Council of Traditional Leaders appeal to OvaHerero community to remain united during dark moment of bidding farewell to their late Chief Kuaima Riruako

WIDHOEK: The chairperson of the Council of Traditional Leaders, Ondonga King Immanuel Elifas Kauluma on Friday appealed to the OvaHerero community to remain united during the dark moment” of bidding …

Ondonga King urges OvaHerero to remain united

WIDHOEK: The chairperson of the Council of Traditional Leaders, Ondonga King Immanuel Elifas Kauluma on Friday appealed to the OvaHerero community to remain united during the “dark moment” of bidding …

Mudge warns against discrimination in the country

OKAHANDJA: Former politician Dirk Mudge on Saturday called on all political leaders in the country to work together to unite the Namibian people and build the nation.

Mudge is a …

Man sentenced to eight years’ imprisonment on attempted murder charge

ONDANGWA: A 29-year-old man was on Thursday sentenced to an effective eight years’ imprisonment on a charge of attempted murder in the Ondangwa Regional Court.

Festus Uugwanga from the Oniihandi …

3 700 Erongo residents enjoy subsidised electricity

WALVIS BAY: A total of 3 700 pensioners and other low-income earners in the Erongo Region are benefiting from subsidised electricity tariffs by the Erongo Regional Electricity Distributor (Erongo RED) …

Chief Riruako was a bold and vocal leader: Pohamba

WINDHOEK: President Hifikepunye Pohamba described the late OvaHerero Paramount Chief Kuaima Riruako as a “bold and vocal leader” who expressed his views freely and honestly.

Riruako will be remembered for …