Daily Archives: September 3, 2020

Schools to reopen in phases

The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture on Thursday announced that schools will now open in three phases for face-to-face learning. Last Friday, President Hage Geingob announced that Grade 10, 11 and 12 learners must return for face-to-face classes on

Ministry of Education Arts and Culture today announced that schools will now open

The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture today announced that schools will now open in three phases for face-to-face learning. Last Friday, President Hage Geingob announced that Grade 10, 11 and 12 learners must return for face-to-face classes on 01

MTC refutes theft accusation

Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) on Thursday refuted the accusation that the company stole and implemented a customer’s idea. It issued a response on Thursday after a Keetmanshoop resident accused MTC of using his idea to use more than one ‘Aweh’

Namibia yesterday received a grant of approximately 50 million from the government of Japan for medical equipment

Namibia yesterday received a grant of approximately N.dollars 50 million from the government of Japan for medical equipment support under the economic and social development programme of the Japanese government. Speaking in Windhoek during the exchange of notes of the

NSC appoints committee to look into football matters

The government, through the Namibia Sports Commission (NSC), has appointed a committee tasked with solving the ongoing football dispute within a month. The committee is made up of RoswithaGamachas a legal expert in the Attorney General’s Office; NSC board member

COVID-19: Bank Windhoek donates virtual relay proceeds to Otweya

Bank Windhoek has donated its virtual relay proceeds of N.dollars 30 000 to Walvis Bay’s Otweya residents who experienced a devastating fire in July, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. A first for Namibia, the Bank Windhoek virtual relay was a charity-based

CORRECTION: NSC appoints committee to look into football matters

The government, through the Namibia Sports Commission (NSC), has appointed a committee tasked with solving the ongoing football dispute within a month. The committee is made up of RoswithaGamachas a legal expert in the Attorney General’s Office; NSC board member

A two-month-old baby boy died instantly yesterday

A two-month-old baby boy died instantly yesterday after the pick-up he was travelling in with his parents overturned outside Grootfontein. The deceased has been identified as David Haufiku. Spokesperson of the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) in the Otjozondjupa Region, Inspector