Daily Archives: May 6, 2020

The outstanding camera phone – TECNO CAMON 15 Premier allows you to experience brilliant photography with big screen, big memory and big battery

HONG KONG, May 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The CAMON 15 series smartphone from TECNO Mobile (www.TECNOMobile.com) has begun its official sale, which means it’s time to dive deeper into this device that many people have heard so much about. Aside from its

Farmers in the Omusati Region have lost hope of a good harvest

 Farmers in the Omusati Region have lost hope of a good harvest after experiencing an outbreak of armoured crickets destroying mahangu fields in several constituencies throughout the region since early March. Oshihau in the Onesi Constituency is one of the

Gobabis LGBTQ community stand in solidarity against violence

 Few members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community in Gobabis assembled in front of the Gobabis Magistrate Court during the court appearance of the three men charged with assault of a transgender woman here Tuesday. The

Ministry of Education Arts and Culture has encouraged school principals and teachers to embrace the current e-learning teaching and learning strategies put in place amid the Coronavirus

 The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture has encouraged school principals and teachers to embrace the current e-learning teaching and learning strategies put in place amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Schools reopened with e-learning methods on 20 April, where learning

De Beers donates COVID-19 testing machinery to government

  The De Beers Group on Wednesday donated a GenePure Pro Nucleic Acid Purification System extraction machine and a LineGene 9 600 (PCR) machine to Government be used to test samples for COVID-19. In a statement to the media on

Five men were arrested at Farm Garib in the Dordabis district on Friday

 Five men were arrested at Farm Garib in the Dordabis district on Friday after they allegedly killed an oryx valued at N.dollars 4 000. The Namibian Police Force in its weekend crime report availed to Nampa yesterday said the men

Teachers should embrace e-learning: Steenkamp

 The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture has encouraged school principles and teachers to embrace the current modernised E-learning teaching and learning strategies put in place amid COVID-19, as education should to continue. Schools reopened with none face to face

NFCPT donates food to the vulnerable at Walvis Bay

 The Mayor of Walvis Bay Immanuel Wilfried received donations of food and toiletries intended for 373 vulnerable families from the Namibia Fish Consumption Promotion Trust (NFCPT) valued at around N.dollar 200 000 in Walvis Bay. Speaking at the event of