Daily Archives: May 5, 2020

Windhoek resident arrested on Friday for allegedly being involved in the production and sale of child pornographic material

 A Windhoek resident arrested on Friday for allegedly being involved in the production and sale of child pornographic material on obscure internet websites known as the dark web, has been …

Oukwanyama denies appointment of Chinese village leader rumour

 Oukwanyama Traditional Authority’s (OTA) attention was drawn to a voice-clip widely circulated on a social media platforms suggesting that OTA will soon appoint in its area of jurisdiction a Chinese …

No bail for alleged child pornographic accused

 A Windhoek resident arrested over the weekend (on Friday- 01 May 2020) after he was allegedly involved in the production and sale of child pornographic materials on obscure internet websites …

Ministry of Finance urges people to stop applying for EIG

 The Ministry of Finance is urging the public to stop applying for the Emergency Income Grant (EIG) because the due date have ended already on 30 April 2020, as people …

Minister of Environment Forestry and Tourism today launched the conservation relief recovery and resilient facility fund

  Minister of Environment, Forestry and Tourism Pohamba Shifeta today launched the conservation relief, recovery and resilient facility fund to help conservancies around the country pay salaries and other expenses.…

Court at Keetmanshoop resumes with 115 cases on court roll

 Keetmanshoop Magistrate Court on Tuesday resumes court hearing with more than 115 cases on the court roll.

Early in March the Namibian Government’s Judiciary announced the cancellation or cessation of …

Toddler dies at Bunya

 A two year old baby girl died at Bunya village in the Kavango West Region after her 21 year old brother bumped her whilst trying to park the car in …

Lawyer’s battle against LSN and ACC to commence on Thursday

 A legal battle between local prominent defence lawyer Sisa Namandje and the Law Society of Namibia (LSN) is expected to kick-off in the High Court here on Thursday (07 May …