Daily Archives: December 3, 2014

Hendrik Tseib closes Neckartal Dam

KEETMANSHOOP; The Hendrik Tseib Community Liaison Committee (HTCLC) on Wednesday morning successfully managed to stop work for one full day at the Neckertal Dam construction outside Keetmanshoop. The HTCLC did this by blocking the entrance gate to the dam, preventing

Trial-awaiting prisoners escape at Oshakati

OSHAKATI; A group of 12 trial-awaiting prisoners escaped from the holding cells of the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) at Oshakati in the Oshana Region on Tuesday evening. The group includes 24-year-old Ananias Nekongo Nailenge, who is accused of domestic violence

Pohamba lashes out at Okahandja leaders

OKAHANDJA: President Hifikepunye Pohamba on Wednesday lashed out at Okahandja Mayor Valeria Aron and Swapo councillor for the Okahandja Constituency, Steve “Biko” Boois for not doing their jobs. While officially opening the revamped Gross Barmen Resort here, the president said

Inquiry hearing into death of two Namibians shot by BDF anti-poaching unit postponed

KATIMA MULILO: An inquiry hearing into the death of two Namibians who were allegedly shot by the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) anti-poaching unit in 2012, has been postponed to next year. The hearing was postponed to February 2015, after witnesses

12 trial-awaiting prisoners escape from holding cells of NamPol

OSHAKATI: A group of 12 trial-awaiting prisoners escaped from the holding cells of the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) at Oshakati in the Oshana Region on Tuesday evening. The group includes 24-year-old Ananias Nekongo Nailenge, who is accused of domestic violence

Namoloh praises Kunene people for Swapo’s victory

OPUWO; The chairperson of Swapo’s national leaders assigned to the Kunene Region, Charles Namoloh thanked the regional inhabitants for the trust they have in Swapo. Swapo won six out of seven constituencies in this region – Epupa, Khorixas, Kamanjab, Sesfontein,

Inquiry of Namibian poachers’ deaths postponed

KATIMA MULILO; An inquiry hearing into the death of two Namibians who were allegedly shot by the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) anti-poaching unit in 2012, has been postponed to next year. The hearing was postponed to February 2015, after witnesses

Namibian people are the only losers: RDPYL

WINDHOEK; The Rally for Democracy Progress Youth League (RDPYL) says the Namibian people were the biggest losers in the recent general elections. RDPYL Secretary-General (SG) Monica Nambelela said the Namibian people failed to vote for the right party (RDP) that