Daily Archives: April 3, 2020

Otjiwarongo street vendors receive food donation from regional council

 More than 60 street vendors at Otjiwarongo on Thursday received food parcels as a donation from the Otjozondjupa Regional Council.

Otjiwarongo Constituency Councillor, Marlay Mbakera and Otjozondjupa Regional Governor Otto …

Councillor of the Mankumpi Constituency in the Kavango West Region has said in as much as the region is trying to save lives is also being confronted by hunger

 Councillor of the Mankumpi Constituency in the Kavango West Region, Lukas Muha, has said in as much as the region is trying to save lives through preventing the spread of …

Several businesses in Mariental flooded after heavy rainfall

 Several businesses in Mariental in Hardap region among them Mariental Golf Club, Ostrich Farm and River Chalet Accommodation were flooded after about 100 millimeters of rainfall was recorded on Wednesday …

Oshakati flood victims in dire need of food: Shikongo

 Oshana regional councillor for the Oshakati East Constituency, Abner Shikongo says Oshakati town residents, who have been relocated to Ehenye site after their houses went under water, are starving and …

Postponement of 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games may disadvantage Team Namibia: Smit

 Secretary General of the Namibia National Olympic Committee (NNOC), Joan Smit says the postponement of the Olympic Games to 2021 has it up and downs for Team Namibia.

The 2020 …

Namibia corporate companies, in a demonstration of corporate responsibility have rallied to raise to assist drought-affected communal conservancies

 Namibia corporate companies, in a demonstration of corporate responsibility, have rallied to raise N.dollars 863 479 to assist drought-affected communal conservancies and rural farmers in the Kunene Region.

A ‘Cash …

Endjala wants 25 per cent beef levy

 Omusati governor Erginus Endjala has proposed a 25 per cent levy per kilogram (kg) on beef sales which will be diverted to fodder production to help farmers during natural calamities.…

Namib Desert Diamonds has donated N.dollars 2 million to support Namibia’s fight against the coronavirus pandemic

 Namib Desert Diamonds (Namdia) has donated N.dollars 2 million to support Namibia’s fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

In a media release issued yesterday, Namdia said since its inception, it …