Daily Archives: February 2, 2020

JETEX INAUGURATES NORTH AFRICA’S FIRST VIP TERMINAL IN MARRAKECH

 With African business aviation witnessing phenomenal growth, Jetex is assuming a more dominant role in the region. Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Feb. 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Jetex, an award-winning global leader in executive aviation, announces the opening of its

Sioka condemns recent rape and violence cases involving minors

The Minister of Gender Equality and Child Welfare, Doreen Sioka, has strongly condemned six rape cases that were reported over the past weekend involving five children saying that the situation is deplorable and shows a sign of urgency to

Minor allegedly raped in Rehoboth

The police in Rehoboth opened a case of rape after a 10-year-old girl was allegedly raped between 22 and 24 January this year in Rehoboth by an unknown man in Block E location of the town.Namibian Police Force acting

Nankudu mortuary needs facelift

Staff members at the Nankudu District Hospital as well as members of the public continue to complain about the hospital's mortuary that is in a bad state.A worker at the mortuary Nzamene Mukuve told Nampa on Sunday that the

Three men arrested with nine elephant tusks at Shahani village

Three men were arrested at Shahani village in the Mukwe constituency in the Kavango East Region on Friday after they were found to be in possession of nine elephant tusks.Namibian Police Force (NamPol) Crime Investigation Coordinator in Kavango East

No education curriculum without challenges: Nghipondoka

Deputy Minister of Education, Arts and Culture Anna Nghipondoka appealed to school principals, teachers and stakeholders to embrace revised curriculum positively and with determination to successfully face the challenges it is associated with.Nghipond...

No education curriculum without challenges: Nghipondoka

Deputy Minister of Education, Arts and Culture Anna Nghipondoka appealed to school principals, teachers and stakeholders to embrace revised curriculum positively and with determination to successfully face the challenges it is associated with.Nghipond...

Hunger in Central Sahel Rising at Alarming Rate as Conflict Intensifies

GENEVA - The World Food Program warns millions of people in Niger, Mali, and Burkina Faso do not have enough to eat and are in desperate and immediate need of food aid.A recent U.N. food assessment in the Central Sahel