Daily Archives: May 15, 2020

Only 10 per cent of schools in Kavango East implementing e-learning

 The Director of Education in the Kavango East Region Fanuel Kapapero said only 10 per cent of the schools in the region are able to implement e-learning. He made this statement at the Coronavirus Information Center in Windhoek on Thursday

NFA calls on member associations to submit their accounts for payments

 Namibia Football Association (NFA) is calling on all its member associations to submit their bank details for payments of outstanding money owed to them by the mother body. NFA acting secretary general Franco Cosmos told Nampa on Friday that, the

Street vendors allege mistreatment at Opuwo

 Street vendors in Opuwo have yesterday handed a petition to the town’s council in which they claimed that the council has been mistreating, excising tribalism and favouritism in terms of stalls allocation on the new open market premises. The petition

Parliament to resume on 26 May

 The sitting of the National Assembly will now resume on 26 May 2020 and not next week Tuesday as indicated earlier National Assembly spokesperson, David Nahogandja has said Earlier this week Nahogandja said the house will resume on 19 May

Amukana encourages learning at home

 Oshana Education Director Hileni Amukana called on learners in the region to continue learning at home by using the opportunities presented to them, through materials given, for them to learn and make the best out of it. Amukana made the

E-learning at 5 per cent in Oshikoto

 Oshikoto Education Directorate with 71 000 learners has online learning, WhatsApp and booklets distribution as its three learning modes now that no face-to-face teaching in the country due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic. Education Director in Oshikoto, Aletta Eises said

Commemorative banknote finally in use

 The Bank of Namibia (BON) officially issued an N.dollars 30 commemorative banknote to the market here in the capital on Friday. The commemorative note was launched on 21 March 2020 to celebrate Namibia’s 30th independence anniversary, however, it is issued

Pointbreak Money Market Fund remains resilient in volatile markets

 Pointbreak Money Market Fund remained resilient in volatile markets and the fund yields have dropped by only 0.55 per cent over the comparable three month period, Tony Edmunds of Pointbreak Wealth at FisrtRand Namibia Group said. Edmunds, in a media