Daily Archives: August 3, 2014

NAMIBIAN DELEGATION IN TO UNDERSTUDY GHANA’S NSS

KUMASI, Aug 3, — A Namibian government delegation, led by a board member of the South African Nation’s Youth Service, has arrived in the country to understudy Ghana’s National Service Scheme (NSS). Charles Kabayane said they are eager to share

Junius Jonas wins silver at the Commonwealth Games

WINDHOEK: Namibian boxer Junius Jonas won a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland yesterday. Jonas lost on points in the final of the light welterweight category against Josh Taylor from Scotland. Namibian paralympian powerlifter Ruben Soroseb ended

Abused’ wife appoints lawyer to plead for husband’s release

GOBABIS: The Gobabis Magistrate’s Court on Thursday dismissed a complainant’s version of why her husband, whom she had reported for domestic abuse, should be denied bail, after it found that the complainant had ‘turned the court into her personal playground’.

Stock theft suspects caught in the act

GOBABIS; Two alleged livestock thieves were caught red-handed with suspected stolen livestock by the owner of the cattle last Monday, as the two attempted to drive the livestock off a commercial farm in the Buitepos area of the Omaheke Region.

Thieves break into Swapo offices in WHK

WINDHOEK: The Swapo regional offices in the capital were broken into over the weekend. Sergeant Slogan Matheus of the Namibian Police Force Public Relations Division said during a media briefing in the capital on Sunday the incident happened between 24h00

Wanderers too strong for Suburbs

WINDHOEK: Premier rugby side Wanderers thrashed Western Suburbs 35-6 in their First National Bank (FNB)-sponsored derby at the Wanderers field yesterday. Wanderers opened the scoring with a penalty by Johan Tromp in the 10th minute of the game, and Suburbs

Stock theft suspects caught red-handed

GOBABIS: Two alleged livestock thieves were caught red-handed with suspected stolen livestock by the owner of the cattle last Monday, as the two attempted to drive the livestock off a commercial farm in the Buitepos area of the Omaheke Region.

Father arrested for raping daughter

WINDHOEK: A 47-year-old man was arrested at the Oshalemba village in the Ohangewena Region over the weekend for allegedly having had sexual intercourse with his 12-year-old daughter on different occasions. Sergeant Slogan Matheus of the Namibian Police Force Public Relations