Daily Archives: May 18, 2020

Namibia Breweries donates beverages to homeless people

Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver List Group, on Monday donated 340 cases of Fruitree juice at the value of N.dollars 100 000 to the homeless people. A media statement issued on Monday by the group’s manager

Highly infectious medical waste discovered in Windhoek

Chief Environmental Health Practitioner in the Ministry of Health and Social Services for Khomas region Elvis Handura, have warned medical practitioners against illegal dumping of medical wastes as it poses health hazards to public and environment. Handura made the remarks

Homophobia and transphobia still prevalent in Namibia

Homophobia and Transphobia still prevalent in Namibia as the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community face constant onslaughts with the hierarchy of prejudice and oppression. Namibians need to start being honest with themselves by admitting to their conscious that

Okakarara State Hospital ‘white elephant’ project set to recommence

Upgrading construction activities on a state hospital building which was abandoned in 2015 by a contractor at Okakarara, is now set to restart this week with a newly appointed construction company. Otjozondjupa Regional Health Director, Gebhardo Timotheus in an interview

Man allegedly commits suicide at Okakarara

A 38-year-old man on Sunday night allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself with a rope on a tree in the bushes of Okakango location at Okakarara. Namibian Police Force (NamPol) spokesperson in the Otjozondjupa Region, Inspector Maureen Mbeha in an

San community of Ba Jaqna conservancy pays for water infrastructure

San community in the Ba Jaqna communal conservancy paid for water infrastructure from conservancy earnings to have easy access to potable water, a media statement availed to Nampa on Monday by the Nyae Nyae Development Fund, indicates. This year their

Gardener denies killing Swakopmund pensioner

A gardener who allegedly initially confessed to killing a 78-year-old man at his house in Swakopmund on 17 August 2017, has on Monday denied involvement or knowledge of the commission of the offence. The murder accused- 27-year-old Unaaro Mbemukenga- denied

COVID-19 information sessions reduced

The Deputy Minister of Information and Communication Technology (MICT), Emma Theofelus has on Monday announced that daily update on COVID-19 has been cutdown to one session which will air at 10h00. MICT in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and