Daily Archives: January 26, 2015

Ten-men Tigers beat Unam to go second on the log

WINDHOEK: Namibia Premier League (NPL) outfit Tigers Football Club (FC) beat Unam 1-0 to go second on the log at the conclusion of Round One of the 2014/15 season here on Sunday. African Stars are leading the pack on 35

Police officers arrested for robbing Chinese national at gunpoint

SWAKOPMUND: Two police officers stationed at Swakopmund in the Erongo Region have been arrested in connection with an alleged armed robbery of a Chinese national at Oshikango last week. Jafet Haimbodi, 29, was nabbed here last week Friday through an

Poachers kill three elephants since start of year

WINDHOEK: Three elephants fell prey to poachers in the Bwabwata National Park in the Zambezi Region since the beginning of the year. The Director of Regional Services and Parks’ Management in the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) Colgar Sikopo

Ohangwena Education Directorate reflects on its performance

EENHANA: The Ohangwena Education Directorate has for the first time broke through the 50 per cent pass rate barrier, by recording 57.16 per cent in Grade 10 examination results for 2014. Director of Education in Ohangwena Region, Sanet Steenkamp said

Learners’ placement successful in Ohangwena

EENHANA: The Ohangwena Education Directorate has successfully admitted 10 637 Grade One learners and 10 889 pupils in Grade Eight in its 251 schools for this academic year. Director of Education in the Ohangwena Region, Sanet Steenkamp said this while

NamPower projects not viable: BMI

WINDHOEK: An international report is pessimistic about NamPower’s power-generation projects, claiming that consumption will far outstrip supply, which could result in interrupted load-shedding and blackouts. The Business Monitor International (BMI) Report, an independent provider of country-risk and industry analysis, warned

High number of traffic offences recorded over festive period

WINDHOEK: A total of 1 209 fines for speeding were issued during the past festive period since the City Police received authorisation to monitor speed over the Western Bypass in November last year. These speeding incidents were part of several

Stars Remain Ahead of Chasing Pack

African Stars remained comfortably ahead of the chasing pack after recording a 1-0 victory against Citizens on Saturday night. Engelhardt Kahua scored a gem of a goal just before halftime, beating three defenders with a mazy run before unleashing a