Daily Archives: September 22, 2020

I have a role to play for my country: Nauseb

Former Brave Warriors midfielder and current Brave Gladiators coach, Robert Nauseb, was on Monday appointed as the new assistant coach for the senior men’s national football team. His appointment comes three weeks after the resignation of Woody Jacobs, the former

Samaria calls up 35-man training squad

Brave Warriors interim head coach Bobby Samaria has announced a squad of 35 local-based players for a training camp which starts on Tuesday, 22 September, ahead of the team’s international matches. Namibia will compete in a friendly match with South

KASU delays winter cup resumption

Despite the recent lifting of the State of Emergency regulations, the resumption of the annual Katutura Sports Union’s winter cup remains halted. The tournament, which started on 01 August 2020, could not be concluded as scheduled due to regulations put

Kamanjab residents owe N.dollars 10 million for water

The outstanding water bill of Kamanjab residents has accumulated to N.dollars 10 million after local authorities were given a directive to reconnect water for residents in March 2020 to curb the spread of COVID-19. In an interview with Nampa on

Payroll deductions strengthens the collateral base of borrowers

Payroll deductions strengthen the collateral base of borrowers, which has a major impact on credit deepening, a report on Namibia’s experience with microlending and payroll indicates. The report, availed to Nampa on Monday, states that micro-lending plays a significant role

Irimari issues warning on uncontrolled Uuvudhiya veld fire incidents

Oshana Governor Elia Irimari has warned that the uncontrolled veld fire in the region’s Uuvudhiya Constituency could spread as far as the Omusati and Kunene regions. Irimari issued the warning while commenting on the ongoing veld fires the Uuvudhiya Constituency

Venaani says PDM to cling onto Opuwo Rural Constituency

Popular Democratic Movement president McHenry Venaani has warned that his party will not lose its stronghold constituencies in the Kunene Region during the Regional Council and Local Authority elections slated for 25 November. Venaani made these remarks in an interview

UPDATE: Eleven CRAN employees charged for COVID-19 ‘AWOL’

The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) has instituted disciplinary proceedings against 11 employees who stayed away from work over fears of contracting COVID-11. The basis of the charges was due to their union’s breach of its agreement with CRAN