Daily Archives: August 6, 2020

WHO Deploys Dozens of Experts to South Africa to Help Slow Coronavirus Spread

A team of experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) is in South Africa to help the country get control of its rapid rise in coronavirus cases. The WHO said in a statement that 43 experts in specialties including, epidemiology,

In Cameroon, Hundreds Trapped, Lack Access to Assistance, UN Says

YAOUNDE, CAMEROON – The U.N. refugee agency, UNHCR, says poor roads and the threat of further Boko Haram attacks is preventing it from helping civilians in a camp for displaced people in northern Cameroon. The UNHCR says hundreds of displaced

Africa Approaches 1 Million Coronavirus Cases

JOHANNESBURG – The African continent is fast approaching 1 million confirmed cases of coronavirus, with South Africa alone accounting for more than half-a-million cases. World Health Organization officials say they’re sending a team of experts to South Africa in coming

48-year-old teacher tested positive for the COVID-19 on Tuesday

The Paresis Senior Secondary School (SSS) in Otjiwarongo yesterday officially suspended classes after a 48-year-old teacher tested positive for the COVID-19 on Tuesday. Education Regional Director for the Otjozondjupa Region, Josephine Mutenda in an interview with Nampa yesterday said her

COVID-19: Namibia records 70 more cases

Minister of Health and Social Services Dr Kalumbi Shangula on Wednesday announced that Namibia recorded 70 new COVID-19 positive cases over the previous 24 hours. Shangula during the COVID-19 daily update said Namibia has now recorded 2 540 confirmed cases

Minister of Health and Social Services Dr Kalumbi Shangula

Minister of Health and Social Services Dr Kalumbi Shangula yesterday announced that Namibia recorded 70 new COVID-19 positive cases over the previous 24 hours. Shangula during the COVID-19 daily update said Namibia has now recorded 2 540 confirmed cases including

Namibia secretary general Mahongora Kavihuha

Trade Union Congress of Namibia secretary general Mahongora Kavihuha said if the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approves the N.dollars 4.5 billion loan Government applied for, then it will be the end of Namibia’s economic independence. Kavihuha made these remarks yesterday

KASU’s winter cup rescheduled

The eighth edition of the annual Katutura Sports Union (KASU) Winter Cup football competition which was scheduled for this weekend has been postponed to 29 August at Khomasdal Stadium. Speaking to Nampa here on Thursday, KASU chairperson Kuveri Tjonga said