Daily Archives: October 16, 2017

German attitude prompts third genocide hearing postponement in New York

New York-The court hearing last week Thursday in the case lodged against Germany for colonial-era genocide in Namibia was postponed to January 2018. This was the third hearing for which …

Farmworkers’ minimum wage up by 25%

Windhoek-Successful wage negotiations between the Agricultural Employers Association (AEA), Namibia National Farmers Union (NNFU), Namibia Emerging Commercial Farmers Union (NECFU) and Namibia Farm Workers Union (NAFWU) last week resulted in …

Notorious cattle theft gang walk away easily

Okandjomba-Five suspects of a notorious livestock theft syndicate were caught red-handed transporting five freshly slaughtered carcasses of white Brahman cows at Okandjomba post, north-west of Okondjatu village in Otjozondjupa Region, …

Ethiopian Airlines tops industry as Rising Star Carrier of the Year

Windhoek-Ethiopian Airlines Group, the largest cargo operator and logistics centre in Africa, has been crowned the Rising Star Carrier of the Year both in industry and customer choice. The shining …

‘I don’t know how I contracted HIV’

Omitara-When 52-year-old Maria Afrikaner started feeling ill at the beginning of this year, she had no idea that the diagnosis would be HIV.

Explaining her symptoms, Afrikaner, who permitted this …

Alleged drunk driver Mouton to stand trial

Windhoek-Morne Mouton, a Windhoek resident who is accused of causing the death of three people in Hochland Park in 2015, had his case placed back on the court roll for …

Suspected Rehoboth bank thieves granted bail

Windhoek-Two men arrested in September in connection with the theft of N$1.3 million from the Rehoboth branch of Bank Windhoek were released on bail on Friday by the magistrate's court …

‘Cancer is not deadly, society is’

Ongwediva-We are going to walk this journey together, were the remarks of the doctor who gave Fransina /Nanus, a survivor of breast cancer, a hug shortly after diagnosing her in …