Daily Archives: June 5, 2020

Medical isolation centre dedicated to handling potential cases of COVID-19 on Friday inaugurated by the Minister of Health and Social Services

A medical isolation centre dedicated to handling potential cases of COVID-19 was on Friday inaugurated by the Minister of Health and Social Services, Dr Kalumbi Shangula at the Tsumeb State Hospital in the Oshikoto Region. The medical facility was constructed

President failed to address the nation on how the State plans to tackle social and economic hardship during the State of the Nation Address

President Hage Geingob failed to address the nation on how the State plans to tackle social and economic hardship during the State of the Nation Address, Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) president Mike Kavekotora has said. Speaking to Nampa

Amwele launches Operation Namib Desert’s second phase in Oshana

Commander of the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) in the Oshana Region, Commissioner Rauha Amwele called on law enforcement members, especially those attached to the Operation Namib Desert, to seriously enforce the State of Emergency regulations. Amwele made the call whilst

Geingob failed to address hardships: Kavekotora

The President of Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP), Mike Kavekotora said that President Hage Geingob has failed to address the nation on how the state is planning tackle economic and social hardship the country faces during the 2020 State

COVID-19 isolation facility inaugurated at Tsumeb

A medical isolation centre dedicated to handle potential cases related to COVID-19 outbreak was on Friday morning inaugurated by the Minister of Health and Social Services, Dr Kalumbi Shangula at the Tsumeb State Hospital. The medical facility is situated inside

Ministry of Environment Forestry and Tourism in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme encouraged Namibians to reflect on their relationship with the natural environment

The Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme encouraged Namibians to reflect on their relationship with the natural environment while commemorating World Environment Day today. A media statement issued yesterday by the ministry’s

COVID-19: Meatco still prohibits visitors

Cooperate Affairs Manager of the Meat Corporate of Namibia (MEATCO) Rosa Hamukuaja – Thobias has announced on Friday that their company will still prohibit visitors from entering the Meatco plant in Windhoek. In the media statement availed to Nampa Hamukuaja

Namibia among most unequal societies in the world

Namibian President Dr. Hage Geingob said Namibia remains among the most unequal society’s in the world, confirming the deeply embedded structural nature of its challenge. Making the remarks during his first State of the Nation Address into his second term