Daily Archives: February 14, 2020

L’expansion d’Archipelago International se poursuit avec la signature d’un accord à Dubaï

JAKARTA, Indonésie, 14 février 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Archipelago International, le plus grand opérateur hôtelier privé et indépendant d’Asie du Sud-Est, a annoncé un nouvel accord de partenariat stratégique à long terme avec Maison Privee, l’une des sociétés de gestion de maisons

Aroab resident gets life for girlfriend’s murder

A resident of Aroab who was in November last year (2019) found guilty of killing his 19-year-old girlfriend and mother of his child by stabbing her multiple times in the chest with a knife after she refused to spend a

EVMs kicked out in Opuwo-Otjiwarongo by-elections

Political parties and the leadership of the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) reached a consensus on Friday to do away with Electoral Voting Machines (EVMs) in the upcoming Opuwo Rural Constituncy and Otjiwarongo Constituency by-elections, the comm...

Political parties and the leadership of the Electoral Commission of Namibia reached a consensus today

Political parties and the leadership of the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) reached a consensus today to do away with Electoral Voting Machines (EVMs) in the upcoming Opuwo Rural Constituency and Otjiwarongo Constituency by-elections.Instead, tra...

Bank of Namibia to issue new banknote for 30th Independence celebration

Bank of Namibia is set introduce a new banknote in commemoration of the country's 30th Independence anniversary celebration on the 21 March 2020, but said it will not reveal more details at this stage.Bank of Namibia Communication and Media Liaison

Ministry of Education Arts and Culture on an annual basis records pregnancies amongst school-going girls

The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture on an annual basis records over 1 500 pregnancies amongst school-going girls, a trend which is worrisome, its Deputy Minister Anna Nghipondoka has said.Nghipondoka, who revealed the statistics at the national...

Pompeo to Discuss Trade, Security on Senegal Visit

DAKAR, SENEGAL - U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is scheduled to visit three African countries, beginning in Senegal this weekend. The West African nation has remained secure during a time of major unrest in the region and Pompeo is

US NGO Installs Solar Panels in Maternity Wards in Zimbabwe

BEATRICE, ZIMBABWE - Staff and patients celebrated at Beatrice Government Hospital this week after a U.S. charity known as We Care Solar installed solar power in the medical center's labor and maternity wards.The hospital is one of more than 200