Daily Archives: October 3, 2019

More than 60 000 livestock have succumbed to famine this year

More than 60 000 livestock have succumbed to famine this year, Minister of Agriculture, Water and Forestry, Alpheus !Naruseb has said.!Naruseb announced the figure during a consultative meeting Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila had with region...

First session of the fifth Rural Women Parliament with Men as Partners

The first session of the fifth Rural Women Parliament (RWP) with Men as Partners started in Windhoek on Wednesday.The Rural Women Parliament is an initiative of the National Council Women Caucus which was largely inspired by the resolution of

KASU’s Nefie Kandjii tourney starting this weekend

The eighth edition of the Katutura Sports Union's (KASU) NeefieKandjii Cup will start at the Katutura Youth Complex in Windhoek on Saturday 05 October.Confirming to Nampa on Thursday, Kuveri Tjonga who is the organiser of the competition said 18

Chief Zeraeua tournament slated for weekend

The seventh edition of Chief Christian Eerike Zeraeua open tournament comprising of football and netball will take place at LL Mahoota and Maboke stadiums in Omaruru this weekend.The one-weekend tournament will start on Saturday at 07h00 and is expect...

N.dollars 33 million earmarked for fodder production

Government has earmarked 30 per cent of land under the Green Scheme projects to be utilised for fodder production as a drought resilience measure.Minister of Information and Communication Technology, Stanley Simataa announced this during a media brief...

Government not ready for e-procurement: IPPR

Only 32 out of 178 government state entities responded to Finance Minister Calle Schlettwein's request to demonstrate their electronic procurement readiness, researcher at the Institute Public Research and Policy, Fredrico Links, revealed today at a p...

Africa must unite through people to people: Geingob

Africa must unite through people to people and not only at State levels President Hage Geingob has said.Geingob made these remarks on Thursday here, during a courtesy visit by 20 Cameroonian women and alumnae of Saker Baptist College in

Mushrooming of shebeens a concern at Outjo

Some Outjo residents on Thursday expressed their frustration with the fast increasing number of shebeens in the informal settlements at the town.A group of concerned residents told Nampa in an interview on Thursday that these shebeens are allegedly al...