Daily Archives: January 21, 2020

Centrale électrique Huaneng Dongfang : Intelligente depuis trois ans, toujours aussi performante

HAIKOU, Chine, 21 janvier 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Il y a trois ans, la société Huaneng et Huawei ont numérisé conjointement la centrale électrique de Dongfang. En tant que premier projet PV à avoir été numérisé, il est utile de faire

Huaneng Dongfang Power Plant: Intelligent for Three Years, Still Going Strong

HAIKOU, China, Jan. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Three years ago, the Huaneng Company and Huawei jointly digitalized the Dongfang Power Plant. As the first PV project to be digitalized, it is worth looking back to see how the new technology

Health should not be a privilege for the rich�the right to health belongs to everyone

Gaps in public financing for health can be met by eliminating tax dodging and implementing progressive taxation; health and development must be protected from the growing impact of debt UNAIDS is calling on governments to ensure that the right to heal...

Murder accused still seeking judge’s recusal

An American national who is on trial in the High Court for the alleged killing of Windhoek resident Andre Heckmair during January 2011, is still seeking the removal (recusal) of High Court Judge Christie Liebenberg from continuing to preside

Air Namibia remains top conveyor belt for tourism: Shifeta

There is a need to keep Air Namibia sustainable as it remains the top airline to carry tourists into the country, Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Pohamba Shifeta has said. Speaking at the launch of the 2018 tourist

There is a need to keep Air Namibia sustainable as it remains the top airline to carry tourists into the country, Minister of Environment and Tourism

There is a need to keep Air Namibia sustainable as it remains the top airline to carry tourists into the country, Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Pohamba Shifeta, has said. Speaking at the launch of the 2018 tourist

SACU member states sign MoU with UK

Southern African Customs Union (SACU) has signed of Memorandum of Understanding between the United Kingdom of Great Britain (UK) and Northern Ireland for support of the SACU Custom Modernisation Program on 20 Jan in London. The program seeks to

Nanso chastises WVTC over student registration

The Namibia National Students Organisation (NANSO) Secretary General Efraim Paulus said, Windhoek Vocational Training Center (WVTC) management does not have the interest of its students at heart as they turned them away for not having enough registrat...