Daily Archives: September 1, 2020

COVID-19: NACN avails more relief funds

The National Arts Council of Namibia (NACN) has announced that it has approved additional funding of N.dollars 608 050 under its Arts and Culture COVID-19 momentary relief fund. The approved amount will finance the successful applicants’ projects and programmes from

Nedbank Namibia launches financial education booklet

The second edition of the Nedbank Financial Education booklet was launched in the capital on Monday. The booklet was created with the aim of enhancing the public’s financial knowledge, as well as empowering Namibians to make better and informed financial

NFA urged to use existing structures in disseminating information

The Kavango East Football League has called on the Namibia Football Association (NFA) to use the existing structures when communicating official matters to its members. This comes after recent disagreements around the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) academy analysis

NANTU against reopening of schools

The Namibia National Teachers’ Union (NANTU) has expressed dismay over the decision taken by Government and the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture to reopen schools for face-to-face teaching and learning. The resumption of schools for face-to-face classes for grades

COVID-19: HKIA ready to resume operations

The Namibia Airports Company (NAC) on Tuesday said it is pleased to resume operations at the Hosea Kutako International Airport as part of Namibia’s Targeted International Tourism Revival Initiative. NAC in a media statement said it has set in motion

UPM condemns Okahandja evictions

The United People’s Movement (UPM) on Tuesday condemned the planned action of the Ministry of Urban and Rural Development (MURD) and Okahandja Municipality to evict residents in some informal settlements in Okahandja. A statement issued by UPM vice president Jan

COVID-19: Namibia records 142 new cases, six deaths

Health and Social Services Minister, Dr Kalumbi Shangula on Tuesday announced that Namibia recorded six new COVID-19 related deaths and 142 new confirmed cases. This brings the total deaths in the country to 81 and total confirmed cases to 7

One arrested for wildlife crimes between 23 to 30 August

Zambian national was charged for wildlife crimes after being found in possession of eighty-one pangolin scales and one elephant tusk in Katima Mulilo in the Zambezi Region, the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) reported. A report issued Tuesday on wildlife crime