Daily Archives: July 2, 2020

COVID-19: Start-Up Namibia donates hygiene kits to Opuwo vendors

Start-Up Namibia, a joint Namibian-German technical cooperation project for sustainable economic development, initiated by GIZ has on Thursday donated and dispersed Covid-19 hygiene and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to Opuwo open market vendors. A total number of 70 Covid-19 hygiene

Case of Rundu murder accused transferred to High Court

The case of a Rundu resident, Castro Domingo, who stands accused of allegedly killing his girlfriend two years ago was on Tuesday transferred to the High Court. Murder accused, Castro Domingo, allegedly admitted to killing and burying his girlfriend, Cecilia

Parliament is not Hollywood: Mumbala

Swapo Party in the ||Kharas Region has called on lawmakers in the August House to refrain from misplaced anger and concentrate on issues that Namibians are facing at the moment. ‘Parliament is not Hollywood to train celebrities no no no

Labour Ministry to train government officials on NIEIS portal

The Ministry of Labor, Industrial Relations and Employment Creation (MLIREC) has announced that it will be training officials from the various Government offices/ministries and agencies (OMAs) on the Namibia Integrated Employment Information System (NIEIS). According to a statement on Thursday,

NWR launches NamLeisure corporate card

Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) launches a new NamLeisure Corporate card aimed at giving companies a discount on their events at any of its establishments that are spread across the country. A media statement issued on Wednesday by NWR’s MICE and

D&M rail drivers recognised with certificates in operating heavy vehicle machines

Eleven drivers of the D&M Rail Construction company on Thursday received certificates in operating heavy vehicle construction machines at a ceremony that was held at Kalkfeld in the Otjiwarongo Constituency. D&M Rail Construction Project Manager, Leon Steyn joined by the

Swartbooi takes aim at Nujoma

Land Peoples Movement leader Barnadus Swartbooi says Founding President Sam Nujoma is not worthy of respect, adding that the latter is the chief architect of the current mess Namibia finds itself. Speaking at a press conference in Windhoek on Thursday,

Bank Windhoek donates N.dollars 500 000 to CAN

Bank Windhoek donates N. dollars 500 000 to the Cancer Association of Namibia (CAN) toward their annual Cancer Apple Project. Regarded as one of the most significant Corporate Responsibility undertakings in Namibia and raising a total of N. dollars 30.5