Daily Archives: November 10, 2014

Woman from Maltahöhe drowns in Swakopmund

SWAKOPMUND: A 20-year-old woman from Maltahöhe in the Hardap Region drowned in Swakopmund on Sunday. The incident occurred at the waterfront in the Vineta residential area at around 17h10. Detective Chief Inspector Erastus Iikuyu of the Namibian Police Force (NamPol)

Minister describes his visit to Beijing successful

GUANGZHOU: Minister of Mines and Energy, Isak Katali, has described his visit to Beijing, China as successful. Katali and his delegation were on a week-long official visit to China, and returned to Namibia last Tuesday. Katali told Nampa in an

Ondobe community gets multi-million dollar ELCIN church

ONDOBE; The Ondobe Parish of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Namibia (ELCIN) has constructed a new church building worth more than N.dollars 3.3 million. Presiding ELCIN Bishop Dr Shekutaamba Nambala on Sunday inaugurated the new building. The inauguration was attended

SADC’s SEOM to Namibia’s elections slated for 28 November unveiled

WINDHOEK: The Southern African Development Community (SADC)’s Electoral Observer Mission (SEOM) to Namibia’s general elections slated for 28 November this year, was unveiled in the capital today. Launching the observer mission, the head of the SEOM, South Africa’s Minister of

SADC Electoral Observer Mission to Nam launched

WINDHOEK; The Southern African Development Community (SADC)’s Electoral Observer Mission (SEOM) to Namibia’s general elections slated for 28 November this year, was unveiled in the capital on Monday. Launching the observer mission, the head of the SEOM, South Africa’s Minister

Money laundering workshop taking place at Keetmanshoop

KEETMANSHOOP; The Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Solutions International are conducting a five-day workshop on combating money laundering. The workshop commenced in Keetmanshoop on Monday and is being attended by around 40 law enforcement officials from the

Maltahöhe holidaymaker drowns in Swakopmund

SWAKOPMUND; A 20-year-old woman from Maltahöhe in the Hardap Region drowned in Swakopmund on Sunday. The incident occurred at the waterfront in the Vineta residential area at around 17h10. Detective Chief Inspector Erastus Iikuyu of the Namibian Police Force (NamPol)

Investigations into struggle kids’ case not yet completed

WINDHOEK: Investigations into the case of five ‘children of the liberation struggle’ who allegedly entered the Katutura police station by force in August this year and freed a friend, have not yet been completed. This was said by Public Prosecutor