Daily Archives: December 7, 2019

Siblings drown in Omusati Region

Three children drowned in a water pond near their homestead in Ondjungulume village in the Omusati Region's Otamanzi constituency on Friday.

Confirming the incident, Inspector Linekela Shikongo of the Namibian …

Looser wins fifth Desert Dash as Adrian wins her first

Swiss national Konny Looser won the men's 2019 Nedbank Namibia Desert Dash on Sunday morning for the fifth time in a row in a time of 14 hours 42 minutes …

Authors encouraged to write books in local languages

The Head of Educational Services at the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture, Esther Tobias encouraged Namibian authors to write books for children and in local languages.

Tobias was speaking …

Ya Ndakolo encourages NDF to continue working hard despite challenges

Minister of Defence Penda Ya Ndakolo has encouraged members of the Namibian Defence Force (NDF) to continue working hard despite various challenges encountered during the year 2019.

Ya Ndakolo was …

SADC region faces common climate change challenges: Shifeta

Southern African Development Community (SADC) region is faced by common challenges and opportunities when it comes to climate change, Pohamba Shifeta, Minister of Environment and Tourism has said.

In a …

Namibian Police Force has acquired a 24-unit accommodation facility

The Namibian Police Force (NamPol) has acquired a 24-unit accommodation facility at Nkurenkuru in the Kavango West Region for its members.

The units, which were acquired for N.dollars 8.4 million …

Biden Calls Sanders’ Pitch to Leverage Israel Aid ‘Bizarre’

OELWEIN, IOWA - Joe Biden said Saturday that it is "bizarre" for Bernie Sanders to propose withholding U.S. military aid from Israel if the government there doesn't moderate its treatment …

Methodist Church Southern Africa enters new era as women take up top positions

Reverend Purity Malinga has just become the 100th Presiding Bishop to be elected by the Methodist Church of Southern Africa. She is the first woman in the church's 200-year history …