Monthly Archives: February 2015

Chaos reported during NANSO congress (The Namibia Press Agency)

Although the Namibia National Students Organization (NANSO) experienced chaos and intimidation during its elective congress held over the weekend, that student body managed to have a free and fair elections.…

Amupanda pleased with mass land application campaign

OKAHANDJA: Land activist Job Amupanda has expressed satisfaction with the turn-out of landless Namibians for the mass application for land campaign yesterday.

The suspended Swapo-Party Youth League (SPYL) leader told …

Submissions in Thomas case set for March

WINDHOEK: Submissions in the case against a 27-year-old Keetmanshoop resident, Marius Thomas, who is charged with murder, rape, robbery, kidnapping and indecent assault will kick-off in the Windhoek High Court …

More than 2000 Ongwediva youths register demands for land

ONGWEDIVA: More than 2 000 youths turned up at the Ongwediva Town Council offices in the Oshana Region on Friday to register their demand for land under the countrywide “Affirmative …

Oshakati has great investment potential – Iindji

OSHAKATI: Chairperson of the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) Northern Branch said the Oshakati Town Council has done a great job by allocating resources towards projects that benefit …

Rundu mass land application called off at last minute

RUNDU: The proposed mass submission of applications for urban land at Rundu was cancelled at the last minute by organisers here.

Despite the cancellation, a sizeable number of landless youth …

Keetmanshoop residents apply for land

KEETMANSHOOP: Over 150 people submitted applications for land within the first hour of document submissions at the Keetmanshoop Municipality this morning.

The applications were collected by Swapo-Party Youth League treasurer …

Kavango-West farmers fear FMD outbreak

MUKEKETE: Residents of the Mukekete village in the Kavango-West Region are fearing an outbreak of foot and mouth disease (FMD) after a buffalo was spotted among their cattle in the …