Daily Archives: September 7, 2020

Le serveur Huawei FusionServer Pro 2488H V6 obtient la certification pour l’application SAP HANA

SHENZHEN, Chine, 7 septembre 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Le tout dernier serveur FusionServer Pro 2488H V6 de Huawei a récemment passé le test de certification SAP ICC, obtenant la certification d’application SAP HANA. Il figure dans la dernière liste de certification

Hikvision launches AX PRO for comprehensive wireless alarm solutions

Hikvision launches AX PRO for comprehensive wireless alarm solutions HANGZHOU, China, Sept. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Hikvision, an IoT solution provider with video as its core competency, has announced its new generation of wireless alarm systems – the AX PRO – delivering comprehensive alarm

Dormant dairy plant of National Youth Service revives

A dairy plant belonging to the National Youth Service (NYS) at Rietfontein which was dormant for many years has now been revived with 150 Brown Swiss breed cattle earmarked for milking. Rietfontein is situated alongside the B8 road between Kombat

Children’s Advocate in Office of the Ombudsman expresses support for re-opening schools

The Children’s Advocate in the Office of the Ombudsman recently expressed its support for the re-opening of schools for face to face teaching and learning. Earlier this week the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture announced that learners are to

COVID-19: Namibia records 171 new cases, two deaths

Namibia on Sunday recorded two new COVID-19 related deaths and 171 new confirmed cases, Minister of Health and Social Services Dr Kalumbi Shangula has announced. This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths in the country to 89. The

Trial of American murder accused put on hold due to COVID-19 fears

The continuation of the trial of two American nationals charged with murder was on Monday put on hold until Tuesday because key murder accused Marcus Kevin Tomas is suspected to have COVID-19. Tomas and co-accused Kevin Townsend are charged with

Otjozondjupa supplementary registration of voters kicks off at slow pace

The supplementary registration of voters exercise of the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) in the Otjozondjupa Region, officially kicked off on a slow pace here Monday. The registration is aimed at capturing personal details and issuance of the ECN voter

Trial put on hold as accused is suspected to have COVID-19

The continuation of the trial of two American nationals charged with murder was today put on hold until Tuesday because key murder accused Marcus Kevin Tomas is suspected to have COVID-19. Tomas and co-accused Kevin Townsend are charged with the