Daily Archives: May 22, 2018

Requiem mass for Simenda slated for today

WINDHOEK Family, friends and former colleagues of the retired Deputy Permanent Secretary (PS) of the Ministry of Urban and Rural Development, Simwanza Simenda who recently died in Windhoek will hold requiem mass for the repose of his soul this evening

Requiem mass for Simenda slated for today

WINDHOEK Family, friends and former colleagues of the retired Deputy Permanent Secretary (PS) of the Ministry of Urban and Rural Development, Simwanza Simenda who recently died in Windhoek will hold requiem mass for the repose of his soul this evening

Fraud convict’s 17-year sentence reduced

ONGWEDIVA The Oshakati High Court last week slashed the 17-year sentence of Hilka Megameno Nepembe to five years, of which three years were suspended on condition she is not convicted of fraud or theft during the period of suspension.The

Heavyweight breeders gear for eleventh production auction

WINDHOEK This Thursday marks the eleventh production auction of the six heavyweights of the small stock rings.Johannes Slava Motinga of Auas Sud Stud, Charles Urib of Hatagob Boerbok Stud, Ghenno Himarwa of Hoodia Boerbok Stud, Benjamin Motinga of Benj...

Farmers lost confidence in all leaders in dealing with buffaloes

WINDHOEK It is crystal clear when it comes to the re-currency of roaming buffaloes in the Otjozondjupa Region, the stake-holding leaderships, whatever its content and form, shape, hue, cultural, political and/or religious nature and flavour, do not car...

CHINESE AMBASSADOR CALLS FOR BUILDING COMMUNITY OF COMMON DESTINY WITH NAMIBIA

WINDHOEK-- The Chinese Ambassador to Namibia, Zhang Yiming, has called for the building of a community of common destiny between Namibia and China by jointly promoting Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative.Co-operation between Namibia and China has huge p...