Daily Archives: July 5, 2019

« Cover of Future » renforce la sensibilisation mondiale sur le changement climatique grâce à l’art

La présidente du conseil d’HTD Media Joint Stock Company, l’artiste Nguyen Thi Kim Duc crée « Cover of Future » afin de relancer la lutte mondiale contre le changement climatique …

“Cover of Future” Boosts Global Awareness on Climate Change with Art

Chairman of HTD Media Joint Stock Company’s board, Artist Nguyen Thi Kim Duc creates “Cover of Future” to reignite the global fight against climate change by featuring its devastating effects.…

Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation says about ties between Namibia and USA as solid foundation

The ties between Namibia and United states of America (USA) have provided a solid foundation for the two countries to address common challenges, Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, …

Statement by Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Promotion Carmelo Abela, following an airstrike on a migrant detention centre in Tajoura

We are shocked to hear about the airstrikes on Tajoura, specifically on a migrant detention centre, that left 40 fatalities in its wake and countless injured. Our heartfelt condolences go …

Hundreds flock to ECN offering cars for SRV

Hundreds of Windhoekers who owns bakkie cars flocks to the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) head office on Friday, to offer their cars to be utilised in the upcoming supplementary …

Government prioritizing pressing issues over benefits and salary increments: Simataa

Secretary to Cabinet George Simataa said, government's priority is to reduce youth unemployment with over 6000 unemployed graduates, attend to the plight of 12 000 tertiary students in need of …

Attempt to stop coronation of Gibeon /Khowese clan leader fails

An attempt by Namibia's former ambassador to Zambia, Salomon Josephat Witbooi, to stop the coronation of the newly-designated leader of the Gibeon /Khowese clan (Witbooi Nama clan), has failed in …

Sentencing for Garissa Attacks Brings No Closure to Survivors

NAIROBI - A Kenyan court Wednesday sentenced three men connected to the deadly 2015 assault on Garissa University that killed 148 people, most of them students.

Kenya's Chief Magistrate Court …