Daily Archives: July 7, 2020

Minister of Health and Social Services announced that the three local authorities of Walvis Bay

Minister of Health and Social Services, Dr Kalumbi Shangula, announced that the three local authorities of Walvis Bay, Swakopmund and Arandis will remain under Stage 3 for a period of 28 days. The lockdown measures will become effective from today,

45-year-old man died in an accident

A 45-year-old man died in an accident after the vehicle he was travelling in overturned on a gravel road between Summerdown and Otjinene in the Omaheke Region. A crime report issued by the Namibian Police Force yesterday said the incident

Namibia’s Ambassador to Cuba has dismissed allegations that only selected students’ parcels were taken along to Havana on a South African

Namibia’s Ambassador to Cuba, Samuel /Goagoseb has dismissed allegations that only selected students’ parcels were taken along to Havana on a South African humanitarian charter flight last week. The South African Airways flight facilitated by the South African government left

President yesterday said 160 unoccupied houses built under the Mass Housing Project will be utilised to decongest informal settlements in Walvis Bay

President Hage Geingob yesterday said 160 unoccupied houses built under the Mass Housing Project will be utilised to decongest informal settlements in Walvis Bay, Swakopmund and Arandis in efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19. Geingob at a media briefing

Minister of Public Enterprises has announced the temporary appointment of board members for the National Fishing Corporation of Namibia

Minister of Public Enterprises, Leon Jooste has announced the temporary appointment of board members for the National Fishing Corporation of Namibia (Fishcor) with effect from 06 July 2020. Jooste in a media statement said the new board members are Heinrich

First National Bank Namibia has announced the temporary closure of its Klein Windhoek branch

First National Bank (FNB) Namibia has announced the temporary closure of its Klein Windhoek branch from 06 July until 13 July 2020, after an employee was identified as a contact of a confirmed COVID-19 case. In a media statement availed

64-year-old Namibian man was arrested at the Ariamsvlei border post

A 64-year-old Namibian man was arrested at the Ariamsvlei border post after he was found with 1 014 Mandrax tablets in his possession last night. Namibian Police Force spokesperson, Deputy Commissioner Kauna Shikwambi today said the man was arrested at

General secretary of the Namibia Bus and Taxi Association said public passenger transport especially taxis and long-distance buses can start loading passengers at full capacity

General secretary of the Namibia Bus and Taxi Association (NABTA) Pendapala Nakathingo said public passenger transport, especially taxis and long-distance buses can start loading passengers at full capacity while Government sorts out technical modalities. Nakathingo said this today in an