Daily Archives: March 30, 2020

Zimbabwe Begins Lockdown to Fight COVID19

HARARE – Zimbabwe on Monday began a 21-day lockdown to try to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Health care advocates and the business community are generally supportive, but have …

Nigeria Shuts Down Lagos and Abuja to Control Coronavirus Spread

ABUJA – Nigeria’s two main cities — Abuja and Lagos — are preparing to go on lockdown to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.  The arrival of coronavirus testing kits …

Ministry of Health and Social Services today called on all Namibian citizens to join the ministry in the fight to stop the spread of the global coronavirus

 The Ministry of Health and Social Services today called on all Namibian citizens to join the ministry in the fight to stop the spread of the global coronavirus (COVID-19).

In …

Six Chinese vessels are being investigated after they were found anchored on Namibian waters in the Hentiesbay area

 Six Chinese vessels are being investigated after they were found anchored on Namibian waters in the Hentiesbay area on 25 March 2020.

According to the Namibia Defence Force (NDF) Spokesperson …

Health ministry calls for team work from all Namibians in fighting COVID-19

 The Ministry of Health and Social Services on Sunday call upon all Namibian citizens to join the ministry in the fight to stop the spread of Coronairus (COVID-19).

In a …

Divundvu Village Council installs five stand pipes to curb COVID-19

 The Divundu Village Council on Saturday installed five standpipes for sanitation purposes its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Athanasius Maghumbo said.

Maghumbo told Nampa in a telephonic interview on Sunday the …

Keetmanshoop municipality loses millions due to illegal connections of borehole water

 The Keetmanshoop Municiplity Chief Executive Officer, Desmond Basson said the Municipality has lost borehole water amounting between N.dollars 800 000 and N.dollars 1 million due to illegal connection.

Speaking during …

Six Chinese fishing vessels under investigations

 The Namibian law official are investigating six Chinese fishing Vessels who were found on Namibian waters without relevant permits on 23 March.

In a telephonic interview with Nampa on Sunday, …