Daily Archives: September 16, 2019

Mute advises Geingob on freedom of media expression

President Hage Geingob held a meeting with the African Commission for Human and Peoples' Rights Special with special emphasis on freedom of expression and access to information in Namibia.

The …

Neckertal Green Scheme bidding advert delayed – Uugwanga

Agriculture Business Development Agency (AgriBusDev) Managing Director (MD) Petrus Uugwanga, said the bidding documents for the Neckertal Green Scheme were not cleared on time and thus it was not advertised …

Alleged drunk driver kills three pedestrians near Outapi

The Namibian Police Force (NamPol) at Outapi in the Omusati Region have opened a culpable homicide and drunken driving case after a driver ran over three pedestrians, including a toddler, …

Katutura Health Centre becomes more accessible

The Katutura Health Centre will now operate for 24 hours a day as a response to public complaints about the lack of access to healthcare Minister of Health and Social …

Kavango East, Kunene home to Namibia’s highest unemployed youth

The Kavango East and Kunene regions top the youth unemployment rate at 62,5 per cent and 53 per cent, respectively, in 2018.

During a presentation on the profile of the …

Key American murder suspect, Tomas seeks judge recusal

Marcus Kevin Tomas, one of the two American nationals accused of murdering Namibian national, Andre Heckmair here in January 2011, is now seeking the recusal of High Court Judge Christie …

Otjinoko and Tom and Jerry wins Chuu-Ve Tourney

Otjinene-based Otjinoko and Tom and Jerry from Windhoek won the netball and football competitions of the fifth edition Chuu-Ve tourney on Sunday.

The Chuu-Ve tournament saw 24 football teams and …

Thomas ready for Athletics World Championships

Reinhardt Thomas the winner of the sixth edition of the Navachab Half Marathon says he is ready to represent Namibia at the upcoming Athletics World Championships.

The International Association of …