Daily Archives: July 6, 2020

A four-year-old child drown

A four-year-old child reportedly drowned during a family outing to the beach at Swakopmund on Saturday. A crime report issued by Erongo Region Crime Investigations Coordinator, Deputy Commissioner Erastus Iikuyu yesterday stated that Shanique Grace Gases was in the company

Estate administrator’s fraud trial to start in October

The case of a local estate administrator who stands accused of fraud and embezzling funds belonging to several orphaned children between 2015 and 2017, is now ready for trial. On Monday, the 44-year-old Mervin Kozonguizi made another appearance before High

The Khorixas Town Council plans to spend its development budget of N.dollars 13 860 000 for the 2020/21 financial year on priority areas: Andreas Howoseb

The Khorixas Town Council plans to spend its development budget of N.dollars 13 860 000 for the 2020/21 financial year on priority areas such as servicing land, the council’s chief executive officer, Andreas Howoseb has said. This money forms part

National Council Audit Committee to visit regions

The National Council Standing Committee on Audit will be conducting regional visits to 10 regions in the country to assess the impact made by the oversight activities of two National Council Standing Committees. These committees are, the National Council Standing

A 43-year-old woman is allegedly raped: Namibian Police Force

A 43-year-old woman was allegedly raped at Utokota village in the Kavango East Region on Friday evening, the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) said. NamPol Crime Investigations Coordinator, Deputy Commissioner, BonifatiusKanyetu, told Nampa yesterday that the suspect allegedly entered the woman’s

COVID-19: Confirmed cases now at 485

The Minister of Health and Social Service, DrKalumbiShangula, on Monday reported that Namibia has recorded 73 new positive Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases. The minister said these during the COVID-19 update on Monday, adding that one of the cases is from Windhoek

COVID-19: Precautionary measures in place at Osire

Osire refugee village settlement in the Otjozondjupa region is not living in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic as there is a regional Covid-19 task force in Otjiwarongo of which the settlement forms part. These remarks were made by the director

NCF appoints new exco members

The Namibia Cycling Federation (NCF) selected its Executive Committee (EXCO) at an annual general meeting that was held in the capital a week ago. The new exco will see Axel Theissen taking over the federation president position which was left