Daily Archives: August 3, 2019

Wanderers Rugby Club now a point away from log leaders

Wanderers Rugby Club are just within a point of UNAM on the Namibia Rugby Premier League log standing after the Pioneers Park team got the better of their rivals on …

City of Windhoek resolves to rehabilitate the sewerage system in Walvis Bay street

The City of Windhoek (Cow) yesterday resolved to rehabilitate the sewerage system in Walvis Bay street in the Moses Garoeb Constituency, following complaints by affected residents.

During a meeting held …

HageGeingob inaugurates the new Namibia Ports Authority’s new container terminal

President HageGeingob yesterday inaugurated the new Namibia Ports Authority's new container terminal which was constructed at a cost of N.dollars 4.2 billion.

During his inaugural speech, the Head of State …

The HelaoNafidi Town Council plans to relocate the local dumpsite

The HelaoNafidi Town Council plans to relocate the local dumpsite after residents complained of the smoke produced when rubbish is burned.

The town's mayor, EliaserNghipangelwa, during a media briefing on …

Namibia Fish Consumption Promotion Trust tours Windhoek settlements

The Namibia Fish Consumption Promotion Trust (NFCPT) from Monday to Friday toured Windhoek settlements and surrounding areas to create easier access to fish for residents at an affordable price.

In …

Geingob celebrates 78th birthday with children and senior citizens

President HageGeingob on Saturday visited Village Hope children to have lunch and celebrate his 78th birthday.

The Head of State was born on 03 August 1941 in Otjiwarongo, Otjozondjupa Region …

In Shock and Tears, Mogadishu Mourns Loss of Slain Mayor

Mogadishu residents are mourning the loss of their mayor, who died Thursday of injuries suffered in a suicide bombing July 24 that killed at least six other people.

Abdirahman Omar …

Fate of Refugees and Migrants in Recently Shut Libyan Detention Centers of Concern

GENEVA - The U.N. refugee agency welcomes the closure of three detention centers in Libya but voices concern about the whereabouts and fate of the refugees, asylum seekers and migrants …