Daily Archives: February 20, 2020

Galz and Goals League launched in Luderitz

The Namibia Football Association (NFA) in partnership with UNICEF Namibia and Score Namibia launched the NFA Galz and Goals League in Luderitz on Thursday.

The Galz and Goals programme was …

NRU calls up 47 players for trials for Barthes Africa Trophy in Kenya

The Namibian Rugby Union (NRU) has called up 47 players for a training and trials camp in preparation for the 2020 edition of the Under 20 (U20) Rugby Africa Barthes …

Export Processing Zone tax regime has failed

The Export Processing Zone (EPZ) tax regime has failed to yield the desired results and must be abolished for it to be replaced with an alternative tax regime that will …

Investigations on cause of vessel sinking commence

The Ministry of Works and Transport has appointed an investigations team to commence investigations on the recent incident leading to the sinking of the fishing Vessel Resplendent at Walvis Bay.…

Government will not bow to international pressure to ban trophy hunting: Simataa

Information and Communication Technology minister Stanley Simataa said that, government will not bow down to international pressure to ban trophy hunting, because it generates revenue which is used to develop …

Farmers advised to use feedlots to fast-track animal conditions for selling

Meat Corporation of Namibia (Meatco) Board acting vice-chairperson, Ronald Kubas has advised farmers to make use of feedlots to fast-track animal conditions for selling at the cooperation.

Speaking to Nampa …

Independence Anniversary Concert musicians chosen on merit – Ekandjo

After the recent launch of the 30th Independence Celebrations Concert, Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) announced that the selection for the artists line-up was purely based on their musical excellence.

The …

Two heads of mission presented their credentials to at State House

Two heads of mission presented their credentials to President Hage Geingob at State House on Thursday.

High Commissioner of the United Republic of Tanzania, Dr Modestus Kiplimba and Resident Ambassador …