Daily Archives: July 20, 2019

Youth Against Pollution clean-up campaign commences

The Youth Against Pollution organisation commenced its clean-up campaign in Windhoek on Saturday.

Speaking to this agency before the start of the clean-up, Co-Founder of the non governmental and non-profitable …

Wanderers closes in on log leaders United

Wanderers Rugby Club are just within a point of their arch-rival Trusco United after they defeated them 35-24 on Friday night during their Namibia Rugby Premier League clash.

The two …

Thirteen people injured in bus-truck collision outside Okahandja

Thirteen people aged between three and 57 sustained serious to slight injuries on Friday night after a 65-seater passenger bus they were travelling in side collided with a truck outside …

All set for NDF tournament

12 Brigade (Bde) is busy preparing for the upcoming Namibian Defence Force (NDF) tournament earmarked to take place from 5 to 10 August at Keetmanshoop with all sport men and …

Legendary boxing guru dies

Legendary boxing guru and Ongwediva resident, HiskiaShigwedha died on Wednesday in the Oshakati Intermediate Hospital, said his son, SylvanusShigwedha, in an interview here on Friday.

Shigwedha (Jr) said his father …

Namibia and Zimbabwe hold the ninth session of Joint Commission of Cooperation

Namibia and Zimbabwe will hold the ninth session of Joint Commission of Cooperation (JCC) in Windhoek between Monday and Wednesday.

According to a media statement issued yesterday by the Ministry …

Nearly 2 Million Cyclone Survivors in Mozambique at Risk of Severe Food Shortages

GENEVA - The World Food Program warns 1.9 million Mozambicans battered by two devastating cyclones earlier this year are at risk of severe food shortages without urgent international assistance.

Hundreds …

Progress Toward Ending HIV/AIDS Epidemic Is Receding

GENEVA - A report issued on the eve of an international AIDS conference in Mexico finds progress in combating the global HIV/AIDS epidemic is receding. The joint U.N. program on …