Daily Archives: September 26, 2019

Health extension workers want to take government to court

After numerous attempts to get assisted by the Ministry of Health and Social Services with promised jobs, the 647 Health Extension Workers (HEW) decided to take the ministry to court.…

Attempt to delay trial over Walvis Bay businessman’s death fails

An attempt by key accused in the killing of Walvis Bay businessman Hans-JAlrg MAlller in June 2016 to delay the start of the proceedings of the murder trial for eight …

Training workshop on UNESCO 2005 Convention underway

The two-day training workshop to raise awareness on the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) 2005 Convention for the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expression …

PDM pledges ‘minimum government with maximum governance’

Leader of the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) McHenry Venaani has promised to prioritise the effective governance of Namibia and its resources should he assume the presidency of the republic on …

Geingob extends solidarity to Western Sahara

President Hage Geingob on Tuesday re-iterated Namibia's unwavering commitment to the right of self-determination and freedom of the people of Western Sahara.

In a speech delivered at the general debate …

Asparagus agro-processing opens in Omusati

Vice-President Nangolo Mbumba on Thursday officially inaugurated a Spanish-initiated Asparagus Agro-Processing Factory, the first of its kind in Namibia, to process white asparagus for local and international market at Ruacana …

Africa had reliable statesman in Chirac: Geingob

President Hage Geingob has expressed his sincere condolences to the people of France and the family of late Former French President Jacques Rene Chirac who died on Thursday morning.

In …

Ndeitunga calls for intensified law enforcement on Trans-Kalahari Corridor

Namibian Police Force Inspector-General, Sebastian Ndeitunga, has called on law enforcement stakeholders in the Southern African Development Community to increase their activity on the Trans-Kalahari Corridor (TKC).

'This should be …