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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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) …

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 …

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, …