Daily Archives: January 17, 2020

Swapo Secretary General said the party has accepted the outcome of the by-elections on Wednesday

Swapo Secretary General Sophia Shaningwa said the party has accepted the outcome of the by-elections on Wednesday, in which it lost two constituencies - Walvis Bay Urban and Keetmanshoop Urban.Independent candidate Knowledge Ipinge won the Walvis Bay ...

We will go hard at Botswana: Rutjindo

Young Gladiators captain, Julio Rutjindo said the team is ready and raring to go against the tricky Botswana team in a Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA) Under-20 World Cup Qualifier on Sunday. The first leg of the match

ALERT: ELECTION CHALLENGE COMMENCES IN SUPREME COURT

THE CHALLENGE OF LAST YEAR'S NATIONAL ASSEMBLY AND PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS STARTED IN A PACKED SUPREME COURT IN WINDHOEK ON FRIDAY MORNING.THE ELECTION CHALLENGE, SPEAR-HEADED BY INDEPENDENT PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, DR. PANDULENI ITULA, COMMENCED WITH T...

Khorixas Town Council has reallocated 70 unclaimed residential

The Khorixas Town Council has reallocated 70 unclaimed residential erven to new applicants who have been on the waiting list for the past five years. Applicants who were approved for the erven failed to contact the council, prompting the

Security guard allegsly shoots a colleague at Outapi

The Namibian Police Force (NamPol) at Outapi in the Omusati Region on Thursday arrested a 26-year-old security guard for allegedly shooting a woman colleague with a shotgun in the right thigh and sustained serious injuries.Confirming the incident, Ins...

Awaseb’s trial starts in June

The trial of a 34-year-old man who stands accused of stabbing and killing his girlfriend here in December 2018 is set to start in June this year. The accused, Charles Awaseb on Friday made another court appearance in the

EVM use challenged in Supreme Court elections challenge

The use of the electronic voting machines (EVMs) without the verifiable paper trails (VPTs) by the Electoral Commission on Namibia (ECN) during the November 2019 presidential election came under fire in the Supreme Court on Friday.At the beginning of

Outjo residents demonstrate against jobs for struggle kids

More than 50 Outjo residents in the Kunene Region on Friday demonstrated against a government decision to appoint nine children of the liberation struggle in permanent jobs at public institutions at the town.The residents marched from the Etoshapoort ...