Daily Archives: June 22, 2017

General Assembly Adopts Resolution Seeking International Court’s Advisory Opinion on Pre-independence Separation of Chagos Archipelago from Mauritius

Minister Cites Need to Complete Decolonization Process as United Kingdom Says It Will Cede Territory When No Longer Needed for Defence

The General Assembly requested today that the International Court …

Unemployed youth unaware of existing opportunities

Many unemployed youth are in the dark about the possible opportunities available to them, be it jobs or skills training programmes, due to lack of information.

This is the impression …

Chinese TV show stimulates interest in Namibia

A wildlife documentary featuring breath-taking Namibian landscapes and its array of exotic wildlife such as lions, giraffes, elephants and galloping antelope, beamed on TV screens in China, has seen more …

Nawa in court over ‘crooked’ land deal

Katima Mulilo-Charles Nawa, the former chief executive officer of Katima Mulilo Town Council, was brought before the Katima Mulilo Magistrate's Court yesterday on charges of corruption and fraud, alternatively theft …

New Subaru Impreza’s interior is to die for

The interior of the fifth generation all-new Subaru Impreza sedan, which launched just recently, is apparently an interior to die for. This is according to WardsAuto, an independent American insights …

China launches scholarship fund for Namibians

Eleven students from Highline Secondary School in Katutura, a township of the capital Windhoek, were the first recipients of the Chinese Ambassador Scholarship Fund, which was launched a week ago.…

Gazza condemns child marriages

In addition, Shiimi who is the ambassador of the Back to School and Stay in School campaign reminded learners that education is the main key to whatever they want to …

Supreme Court upholds appeal on frozen N$800,000

The Supreme Court this week upheld an appeal that the Prosecutor-General Martha Imalwa lodged against a decision by Windhoek High Court Judge Harald Geier to discharge a preservations order under …