Daily Archives: April 12, 2019

New Virtual CPE Supports VNF Hypervisor Solutions for SD-WAN

The virtual SmartNode (vSN) family of Virtual CPE products simplifies, accelerates, and lowers costs for SIP-trunk, hosted-PBX, SDN, IP-Access and VPN service deployments SmartNode VoIP… More than Just Talk! GAITHERSBURG, Md., April 11, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — GAITHERSBURG, MARYLAND: Patton

Glove shortage a toothache for Katutura hospital.as dental patients are left untreated

WINDHOEK � A number of patients requiring dental treatment at the Katutura State Hospital were turned away this week due to a shortage of gloves at the equipment-strapped public health facility.Able-bodied dental patients claim they were turned away be...

Glove shortage a toothache for Katutura hospital.as dental patients are left untreated

WINDHOEK � A number of patients requiring dental treatment at the Katutura State Hospital were turned away this week due to a shortage of gloves at the equipment-strapped public health facility.Able-bodied dental patients claim they were turned away be...

Burundi engages Geingob over joining Sadc

WINDHOEK - Burundi's long quest to become the 17th member of the Southern African Development Community (Sadc) has reached an advanced stage, as the regional body's evaluation team will next month (May) visit the eastern African country for inspections...

Etosha sells three vessels, retrenches 19 employees

WALVIS BAY � Pilchard catching Walvis Bay-based fishing company, Etosha Fishing Corporation has been forced to retrench 19 of its employees and also to dispose three of their vessels due to poor catches in foreign waters. Etosha was forced to

Sadc needs N$4.2 billion for Cyclone Idai aftermath

WINDHOEK - The Southern Africa Development Community (Sadc) needs an estimate of N$4.2 billion to provide a coordinated regional response action to meet the immediate humanitarian needs and early recovery actions following the devastating tropical cycl...

Begging mother of four pleads for help

WINDHOEK - We don't eat in the morning. There is nothing. I make porridge for my children to eat. I ask for sugar from the neighbours to add to the porridge for the children.So says breastfeeding 30-year-old mother Ndapandula

Court battle rages during Kauluma’s memorial

WINDHOEK - While other members of the Aandonga community were in attendance of yesterday's memorial service of their late leader Immanuel Kauluma Elifas, lawyers for two factions fighting over the crown were at each other's throats in the Windhoek High...