Daily Archives: July 9, 2020

Alight’s COVID-19 Health Messaging Campaign IN OUR HANDS Reaches 100 Million People Worldwide

International Humanitarian Organization Delivers First Virus Prevention Information to Marginalized and Remote Communities Through Global Grassroots Efforts MINNEAPOLIS, July 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Alight, formerly known as the American Refugee Committee, is proud to share that the IN OUR HANDS

DAD Man series’ Groot-Aub tournament set for weekend

The DAD Man series football tournament will continue at Groot Aub this weekend, with matches set to take place on Saturday and Sunday. According to a statement availed to Nampa on Wednesday, the series of tournaments powered by local business

COVID-19: Unavailability of water delays reopening of schools in Kavango East

Some schools in the Kavango East Region did not resume with face to face classes for pre-primary to Grade 3 learners as scheduled on Tuesday due to the unavailability of water. The schools include Tjeye Junior Primary, Shimpanda Junior Primary,

COVID-19: NBL empowers shebeens

Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) recently handed over sanitisers and face masks to the Namibia Shebeens Association (NASA) in support of the fight against COVID-19. NBL Managing Director, Marco Wenk in a media statement on Tuesday said the donation will benefit

COVID-19: Finance Ministry temporarily closes Walvis Bay inland revenue office

The Ministry of Finance on Wednesday temporarily closed its inland revenue office at Walvis Bay after possible exposure of an employee to a confirmed COVID-19 case. The ministry’s spokesperson Tonateni Shidhudhu in a media statement said the employee in question

COVID-19: Moody’s says outbreak will trigger recession with long-lasting consequences in Africa

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak will trigger a recession in Africa that will have long-lasting negative economic and social consequences, Moody’s Investors Service said in recent report. The report on the impact of COVID-19 on African states indicates that deep disruptions

Miller wins third race of Food Lover’s Market TT series

Alex Miller won the third race of the Food Lover’s Market (FLM) elite men’s individual Time Trial (TT) series held at Matchless Mine outside Windhoek on Wednesday. This was the third out of four scheduled races in the FLM TT

EIF board members appointed

The Minister of Environment, Forestry and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta has appointed five members to serve as the board of directors of the Environmental Investment Fund of Namibia (EIF) for a period of three years. Speaking at the appointment ceremony here