Monthly Archives: February 2017

Three more progress in Debmarine Cup

Windhoek-King Fischer, Ohangwena Nampol and Touch and Go FC confirmed their places in the round-of-32 of the Debmarine Namibia Cup, well ahead of Thursday's round-of-32 draw.

Dubbed the Cup of …

Okeendapa receives new classrooms

Okeendapa-Okeendapa Combined School in Otamanzi constituency in Omusati region received new classrooms, constructed by NamPower Foundation for N$372 000.

NamPower Deputy Director of Program and Quality Assurance in the Omusati …

Omaruru mayor struggles with water bill

Swakopmund-Residents of Omaruru have accused their mayor, Hendrina Gebhardt, of setting a bad example by not paying for her municipal services as required by every individual regardless of their social …

Omaruru mayor struggles with water bill

Swakopmund-Residents of Omaruru have accused their mayor, Hendrina Gebhardt, of setting a bad example by not paying for her municipal services as required by every individual regardless of their social …

JAPAN PROVIDES FOOD AID TO DROUGHT-HIT NAMIBIA

WINDHOEK, Namibia and Japan have signed an Exchange of Notes for food aid worth 4.7 million Namibian dollars (about 362,000 US dollars) to be used to combat the effects of …

JAPAN PROVIDES FOOD AID TO DROUGHT-HIT NAMIBIA

WINDHOEK, Namibia and Japan have signed an Exchange of Notes for food aid worth 4.7 million Namibian dollars (about 362,000 US dollars) to be used to combat the effects of …

Understanding South Africa’s budget and its impact on Namibia

Windhoek-The South African budget will probably appease the rating agencies.

The Minister of Finance (MoF), Pravin Gordhan did his best to balance conflicting forces (in more ways than one) and …

Elephant tusk smugglers granted bail

Windhoek-The two Chinese nationals, whose attempt to smuggle elephant tusks was foiled last year, were each granted bail of N$20 000 after a formal bail application in Windhoek Magistrate's Court …