Daily Archives: August 9, 2019

UN: Malians Need Protection as Country Descends into Chaos

GENEVA - The U.N. refugee agency is urging countries to provide international protection and asylum to people fleeing the increasingly chaotic conditions in Mali.

The country's 2015 peace and reconciliation …

Mass arrest of foreigners in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG, At least 600 foreign nationals were arrested by police on Wednesday, South African media reports.

In the targeted search operation carried out in the main city, Johannesburg, police also …

Khomasdal resident found guilty of stabbing girlfriend to death

A Windhoek resident, who stands accused of brutally stabbing his girlfriend to death at a flat in Khomasdal in March 2014, was found guilty as charged in the High Court …

Appeal by woman convicted of killing German boyfriend fails

An appeal by a woman serving a custodial sentence of 17 years for shooting and killing her former German boyfriend in Windhoek's Southern Industrial Area in 2011, fails in the …

Make Morocco your best sports experience: Tjongarero

Deputy Minister of Sport, Youth and National Service, Agnes Tjongarero said athletes representing the country at the 2019 African Games (AG) should use these games to compete instead of just …

Devils claw business booming in Tsumkwe

Harvesting and sale of devils claw roots in the Tsumkwe Constituency has become a reliable source of income for nearly all community members in the area, which is highly dominated …

PDM suspends Tjikuua

Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) party has suspended OthnielTjikuua as member of PDM and as a Local Authority Councillor of the party with immediate effect.

I a media statement issued by …

Ongwediva’sMandumeNdemufayo Road reopened

The MandumeNdemufayo Road at Ongwediva Town, which was temporary closed in June due to the upgrading of Ehenge Street, was reopened on Thursday.

Ongwediva Town Council spokesperson, Jackson Muma has …