Daily Archives: May 15, 2018

OWC Will Support Sustainable Waters Photography Project in Africa

Photographer Florian Wagner will cross the continent documenting critical water systems. WOODSTOCK, Illinois, May 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — OWC®, a leading zero emissions Mac and PC technology company, has announced their support for photojournalist Florian Wagner’s African Waters 360° project. The

Shanghala requests for assistance on transnational crime

WINDHOEK The Minister of Justice, Sakeus Shanghala has asked for the international community's assistance in exposing organisations and persons involved in orchestrating wildlife and forest crime and thereby disrupting transnational criminal networks.T...

Upukos settlement to get electricity

Upukos Residents of Upukos, a small settlement in the Karibib Constituency, will receive electricity for the first time through Erongo Red's power to the people rural electrification project.The settlement is home to about 50 households, who mainly dep...

Fishcor generates millions in revenue

WALVIS BAY Fishcor, the fishing entity established in 1991 to exploit all marine resources on behalf of the government, has reported impressive profits since 2014.Revealing the company's financial records for the past 10 years during a media day held a...

NAMIBIAN JUSTICE MINISTER CONCERNED OVER CYBERCRIME

WINDHOEK-- Minister of Justice Sakeus Shanghala has expressed concern about potential threats caused to cyber security by cybercrime in Namibia.Speaking during the opening of the 27th Session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (...

Govt regards wildlife as more precious than humans – Kaujova

KAMANJAB Sesfontein constituency councillor, Julius Kaujova, feels the life of wildlife in Namibia is being regarded as more precious than that of human beings.Kaujova, who was concerned about lions threatening humans or attacking livestock on a weekly...