Daily Archives: August 7, 2019

Nicodemus secures services of third State-funded lawyer

Lukas Nicodemus, who was on Tuesday found guilty of killing two women and burning their bodies in the capital in January 2016, has now secured a new government-sponsored defence lawyer.…

Mozambique peace treaty Geingob’s ‘crowning’ moment as SADC Chair

The signing of a peace accord between Mozambique's president and the country's main opposition pledging to end years of violence and work toward peaceful elections in October will go down …

UNAM and NamPol sign MoU in veterinary area

The University of Namibia's Veterinary School and the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at providing training and breeding dogs and horses for …

Mushrooming of churches irks Eenhana residents

Government is considering a law to address the concern of mushrooming of churches in the country, said the presidential constitutional advisor IngeZaamwani-Kamwi.

Zaamwani-Kamwi made these remarks during President HageGeingob's Town …

MET signs N.dollars 150 million poverty eradication deal

The Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) signed a N.dollars 150 million project with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) aimed at promoting a landscape management approach towards eradicating poverty …

NDF boxers set Keetmanshoop alight

As part of the week-long Namibian Defence Force (NDF) sixth Annual Sports Edition, NDF boxers entertained hundreds of spectators as they showcased their skills here at Keetmanshoop stadium on Wednesday.…

Crime rate decreases in first quarter of financial year

Namibian crime statistics so far showed there is a reduction in crime rate in the first quarter of 2019/2020 compared to the last quarter of the 2018/2019 financial year.

This …

Former People’s Liberation Army of Namibia member calls on the youth

Former People's Liberation Army of Namibia (PLAN) member in the Otjozondjupa Region has called on the youth in the country to be proud and develop the desire in attending national …