Daily Archives: April 2, 2020

Namibia’s confirmed COVID-19 cases increases to 13

 The number of cases in Namibia of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) scaled to 13, with two new case recorded on Wednesday, the Ministry of Health and Social Services (MoHSS) has …

Millionaires must chip in to help combat COVID-19 crisis – Geingob

 Local millionaires, business people and those who have benefited immensely for State contracts must contribute towards efforts to combat the outbreak of coronavirus, President Hage Geingob has appealed.

Geingob made …

Government launches COVID-19 Economic Stimulus and Relief Package

 Minister of Finance Iipumbu Shiimi on Wednesday revealed the Economic Stimulus and Relief Package totalling N$8.1 billion in response to the Corona Virus (COVID-19) containment measures which are currently in …

Executive directors redeployed

 Cabinet to Secretary Gorge Simataa on Wednesday announced the redeployment of executive directors, following the recent announcement of new Government structure.

In a media statement issued on Wednesday, it said …

Hard to get Okahandja back to its glory days: //Garoeb

 Okahandja interim municipal councilor Linus //Garoeb said, it is hard to get the garden town as it is affectedly known back to where it is used to be as a …

North West Plastic Manufacturers donates water tanks to Ondangwa Council

 The North West Plastic Manufacturers (NWPM) has donated three 5000-litre water tanks to Ondangwa Town Council for the purpose of providing water to Ondangwa informal settlements’ residents in the fight …

Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Immigration Safety and Security was driving his vehicle with an excessive concentration level of alcohol in his body

 Deputy Minister of Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety and Security, Daniel Kashikola was driving his vehicle with an excessive concentration level of alcohol in his body when he was arrested in …

Namibian Competition Commission is seeking input on an exemption application relating to interchange fees by banks

 The Namibian Competition Commission is seeking input on an exemption application relating to interchange fees by banks, an exemption sought for a period of three years.

The Payment Association of …