Daily Archives: October 7, 2019

Man dies in car crash near Keetmanshoop

A 20-year-old man died after the vehicle he was travelling in overturned 35 kilometre outside Keetmanshoop in the ||Kharas Region on Saturday afternoon.The Namibian Police Force's crime investigations coordinator for ||Kharas, Deputy Commissioner Chri...

Kasi Vibe a success, gears up for next volume

Salmi Shiweda, Public Relations Officer at Kasi-Vibe Festival has described the past weekend's Windhoek event as a success despite a lower turn-out compared to previous years.The entertainment festival and trade expo which has grown in popularity amon...

Ua-Ndjarakana urges corporates to support film industry

The Ministry of Information Communication and Technology Executive Director and Accounting Officer, Mbeuta Ua-Ndjarakana urged the corporate sector in Namibia to make generous contributions to the country's film industry.Speaking to this agency in an ...

CoW to receive firefighting boost

The City of Windhoek (CoW) has agreed to accept a donation of two Mitsubishi Fuso fire engines from the Embassy of the United States of America in Namibia that are valued at N.dollars 2.2 million.The decision to accept the

School boy allegedly commits suicide at Keetmanshoop

A 16-year-old boy committed suicide by hanging himself with a piece of a wire in Keetmanshoop in the ||Kharas Region on Sunday afternoon.The Namibian Police Force's crime investigations coordinator for ||Kharas, Deputy Commissioner Chrispin Mubebo tol...

Omaheke Wins Galz and Goals U/17 Festival

The Omaheke Region was crowned Champions of the NFA Galz and Goals U/17 National Championship after defeating Windhoek (3-1) penalties after a goalless draw on Saturday at the NFA Technical Centre in Katutura.The Championship which saw 224 players

Man arrested for mandrax possession at Outjo

A 21-year-old male suspected mandrax dealer was arrested on Sunday evening at Outjo after he was allegedly found with a total of 90 full tablets of mandrax with a street value of N.dollars 10 800.Spokesperson of the Namibian Police

Du Preez and Rittmann to face sentencing in late October

Gobabis resident Rachel Rittmann and her ex-lover Ryno du Preez who were last month (August) found guilty of killing her husband, Rudolf Henry Rittmann, in August 2013, will face sentencing on 22 October 2019.High Court Judge Christie Liebenberg annou...