Daily Archives: April 17, 2019

Acumen Announces Nearly $70 Million Close of For-Profit Off-Grid Energy Fund through its subsidiary Acumen Capital Partners

The fund, KawiSafi Ventures, is accelerating access to clean energy solutions for low-income populations in East Africa

NEW YORK, April 17, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Acumen, the nonprofit that …

SANY’s business performance of 2018 hits the best record in history

CHANGSHA, China, April 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — SANY Heavy Industry (hereinafter referred to as SANY) released the annual report of 2018, saying that the enterprise achieved annual sales revenue of …

Court orders noisy Rundu church to contain members

RUNDU � The Ecumenical Church in Rundu's Queens Park location has been ordered by the court not to have overflows of members outside the church building as this necessitated the …

No arrest yet in Nimt’s cold-blooded killings

SWAKOPMUND � The Namibian police have launched a nationwide hunt for the killer of the Namibia Institute of Mining and Technology (Nimt) executive director Eckhart Mueller and his deputy Heimo …

ACC clears three ministers

WINDHOEK � Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Director-General Paulus Noa yesterday said he was satisfied with written explanations by three Cabinet ministers whom President Hage Geingob had asked to be investigated.

Geingob …

Workers at Katima’s Oshilongo Energy fear retrenchments

KATIMA MULILO � Oshilongo Energy Shell filling station in Katima Mulilo is facing serious financial challenges that could lead to rentrenchment of some of its 20 employees. As of late …

Desperate drought-stricken farmers look at alternative feeding sources

WINDHOEK Desperate, drought-stricken Namibian farmers have launched a resurgence of the importance of studies which indicate that poultry litter has carried many southern African livestock producers through the previous droughts.…

Collaboration and teamwork could improve South Africa’s health system

South Africa's public health system has many shortcomings. There aren't enough health professionals to serve the 84% of patients who rely on the public sector. The situation is made worse …