Daily Archives: August 14, 2020

Training starts at Omaheke incubation hub

The Omaheke incubation hub, under the office of Regional Governor Pijoo Nganate, on Thursday offered its first training focusing on meat processing to about 40 participants. The training comprised a theoretical session where participants were informed of health and safety

Walvis Bay church prophet denied bail for fraud

The Walvis Bay Magistrate’s Court yesterday denied bail to a Walvis Bay church prophet and his accomplice who allegedly defrauded a church member of more than N.dollars 400 000. Kaetanus Shilimela, a prophet at the Internal Glory Ministry at the

Namibia Association of Norway donates N.dollars 200 000 to HIPO

The Hizetjitwa Indigenous People’s Organisation (HIPO) has received N.dollars 200 000 for its day-to-day administration commitments from the Namibia Association of Norway (NAMAS). HIPO mainly operates in the Kunene Region. Speaking to Nampa in an interview on Tuesday, HIPO’s interim

A lot needs to be done on SADC’s industrial developmental initiatives: Kabudi

Outgoing chairperson of Southern African Development Community (SADC) Council of Ministers, Palamagamba John Kabudi said a lot needs to be done on SADC’s industrial development initiatives. Kabudi said this during the opening of the virtual council of ministers meeting held

Two girls die in road accident near Okakarara

Two girls from Otjiwarongo died early Friday morning after the sedan they were traveling in allegedly bumped an Oryx on the Okakarara-Otjiwarongo road and overturned several times. Spokesperson of the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) in the Otjozondjupa Region, Inspector Maureen

No need for businesses to re-apply for essential service certificate

The Ministry of Industrialisation and Trade said all businesses that were issued with an Essential Services Certificates by the ministry during the stage one of the State of Emergency do not have to re-apply as those certificates are still valid

Mining industry generated N.dollars 33.5 billion in 2019

The mining industry generated N.dollars 33.5 billion in 2019 for the Namibian economy, the Chamber of Mines of Namibia’s first vice president Hilifa Mbako said on Thursday. Speaking at a media briefing on the 2019 Mining Industry Review and the

COVID-19: Lack of economic activity affects cement sales

The lack of economic activity in Namibia due to the coronavirus outbreak affected the sale of cement by local producer Ohorongo Cement, manager of customer relations and public affairs, Frankleen Alberts said. In an interview with Nampa on Thursday, Alberts