Daily Archives: November 17, 2019

Gambia close to getting first post-Jammeh constitution

BANJUL, The Gambia is gearing up for a new constitution as part of reform efforts following years of authoritarian rule by exiled leader Yahya Jammeh.A government body mandated with the mission, the Constitutional Review Commission of Gambia, last week...

Benin Activist Brings Health Kits to Haiti’s Poor

French Beninese writer and activist Kemi Seba is in Haiti this weekend on a humanitarian mission.Seba traveled to the Caribbean nation to show support for the PetroChallenger anti-corruption movement and for the residents of the poorest slums of the ca...

Burkina Faso Army: 32 ‘Terrorists’ Killed in Two Operations

OUAGADOUGOU - The Burkina Faso army said on Sunday it had killed 32 "terrorists" in two operations in the north of the country after an attack on a patrol.One soldier was killed in the operations, which come less than a

Man allegedly hangs himself in Otjiwarongo

A 23-year-old man allegedly committed suicide by hanging with a rope on Saturday evening at his family's house in the Ombili informal settlement in Otjiwarongo.Otjozondjupa Region's Namibian Police Force (NamPol) spokesperson, Inspector Maureen Mbeha ...

Cabinet approves ISA framework agreement

Cabinet has approved the ratification Framework Agreement of the International Solar Alliance (ISA).This was revealed by Executive Director of Information and Communication Technology, Mbeuta Ua-Ndjarakana in a press statement on Saturday.Ua-Ndjarakan...

Two robberies reported in Oshakati

The Namibian Police Force (NamPol) in the Oshana Region reported two robbery incidents where N.dollars 47 100 was stolen at Oshakati on Friday and Saturday, respectively.Inspector Thomas Aiyambo of NamPol Public Relations Unit in the region confirmed ...

Air Namibia airbus involved in accident in Frankfurt

Air Namibia has cancelled its Frankfurt � Windhoek flight on Saturday evening after their Airbus A330-200 was involved in an accident at Frankfurt Airport, Germany.Twakulilwa Kayofa, Air Namibia's Corporate Communications Officer issued a statement on...

Political campaigns should avoid interfering with freedom of movement: Ndeitunga

Nampol Inspector General Sebastian Ndeitunga has urged all the political supporters and sympathisers to not block the roads while campaigning for their political parties.In an Interview with Nampa on Sunday, Ndeitunga said it is alleged that on Saturd...