Daily Archives: September 24, 2020

President on Wednesday said as the world combats the COVID-19 pandemic some United Nations member States face more obstacles in combating the virus than others

President Hage Geingob on Wednesday said as the world combats the COVID-19 pandemic, some United Nations (UN) member States face more obstacles in combating the virus than others, including those which have sanctions imposed on them. He called for the

Finnish embassy grants N.dollars 7.9 million to Namibian non-profit projects

Four Namibian organisations received a grant to the tune of approximately N.dollar 7.9 million (400 000 euros) from the Embassy of Finland’s Fund for Local Cooperation (FLC) for non-profit projects taking place in 2020-2021. The Finnish Embassy uses the FLC

multilateralism must be defended at all cost: Geingob

President Hage Geingob said multilateralism and rules-based order are essential tools in strengthening governance, protecting civil liberties and the fundamental rights of people. ‘An effective rules-based multilateral system is our insurance policy against existential threats such as wars, nuclear proliferation,

African Medicine Agency will capacitate members states: Shangula

The establishment of the African Medicine Agency (AMA) by the African Union will help capacitate and improve medicine standards for member states with modern technology and regulations. This was said by Minister of Health and Social Services, Dr Kalumbi Shangula,

Geingob calls for lifting of sanctions against Zimbabwe

President Hage Geingob on Wednesday said as the world combats the COVID-19 pandemic, some United Nations (UN) member States face more obstacles in combating the virus than others, including those which have sanctions imposed on them. He called for the

SACU Common Revenue Pool challenged by COVID-19 impact

The Southern African Customs Union (SACU) region is challenged with various aspects due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, SACU Executive Secretary Paulina Elago has said. Elago in a media statement availed to Nampa on Wednesday said that some of the

Windhoek resident who went on trial for the alleged murder of a four-year-old boy after rumours surfaced in the community that he was not the child’s biological father

A Windhoek resident who went on trial for the alleged murder of a four-year-old boy in 2015 after rumours surfaced in the community that he was not the child’s biological father, was today found guilty as charged in the Windhoek

Tjatindi’s burial set for Sunday

The burial for Ovambanderu Traditional Authority (OTA) priest Kanapeta Tjatindi is scheduled for Sunday at Omukuruvaro in the Okorukambe Constituency of the Omaheke Region. OTA spokesperson Uazenga Ngahahe told Nampa on Thursday that Tjatindi is one of the community’s heroes