Daily Archives: February 5, 2020

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Dedicates Additional Funding to the Novel Coronavirus Response

The foundation will provide up to $100 million to improve detection, isolation and treatment efforts; protect at-risk populations in Africa and South Asia; and accelerate the development of vaccines, drugs

Owners successfully identify stolen cattle

Owners of stolen heads of 46 cattle have positively identified a total of 37 cattle that were detained after a Namibian Police lead operation successfully intercepted the cattle truck while …

Sesfontein Constituency office donates water and gardening equipment to community

The Sesfontein Constituency office in the Kunene region has handed over gardening appliances and money to be used for water and sanitation improvement, on Tuesday to its communities.

The official …

Swapo recalls councillors Shilunga and Kamwanka

Oshakati town councillors, Onesmus Shilunga and Gabriel Kamwanka, have been recalled for declining to be sworn in recently in disputing their fellow councillor, Katrina Shimbulu's return to the council in …

No tender for Etosha fence renovation: Shifeta

Environment and Tourism Minister Pohamba Shifeta on Wednesday took a swipe at some of the government's tendering processes, saying it was a way of enriching middlemen who do half-baked work …

International artists to feature at Independence concert

Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) in collaboration with Tafel Lager, Nasria and Profile Investments on Wednesday launched an Independence concert to celebrate Namibia's 30 years of Independence.

The concert is aimed …

NAC successfully renews airport operating licences

Namibia Airports Company (NAC) has announced the annual Aerodrome Renewal Licences for Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA), Walvis Bay International Airport and Andimba Toivo ya Toivo Airport recently.

On the …

Namibia not ready for deglobalisation: Economist

With growing backlash against globalisation and the growing support for inward looking policies in many parts of the world, Namibia is not ready for deglobalisation as yet, Simonis Storm Economist, …