Daily Archives: October 7, 2020

NSFAF to cater for ICT gadgets for first-year students post-COVID-19

The Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund plans to continue providing first-year students with information and communication technology (ICT) gadgets once the COVID-19 pandemic is over, NSFAF acting Chief Executive Officer Kennedy Kandume has said. Kandume in an interview with Nampa

Nored awards bursaries to three students

The Northern Regional Electricity Distributor (Nored) on Tuesday awarded bursaries worth N.dollars 270 000 to three students studying at the University of Namibia (UNAM) and Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST). The event was held at the company’s head

Ondangwa postmaster robbed of N.dollars 600 000

A 58-year-old control postmaster at Ondangwa in the Oshana Region was allegedly robbed of N.dollars 600 000 by four unidentified men armed with a pistol on Monday. Confirming the incident on Tuesday, Inspector Thomas Aiyambo of the Namibian Police Force

Human remains discovered at Walvis Bay

The police in Erongo have discovered human remains suspected to be those of 21-year-old Shannon Wasserfall, who went missing in April this year. A police report issued by Namibian Police Force Detective Chief Inspector Daniel Gurirab said they received an

City of Windhoek renames street after late Hidipo Hamutenya

The City of Windhoek has renamed Esther Brandt Street in Olympia in honour of the late Hidipo Hamutenya as part of the initiative to rename some streets in honour of the fallen heroes and heroines of Namibia’s liberation struggle. Speaking

African Continental Free Trade Agreement to benefit Namibia

Namibia stands to benefit from the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), Economist and Development Coordination Officer at UN Namibia, Eunice Ajambo said at the recently-held Africa Summit. Ajambo, in a media statement issued by the UN on Tuesday, said

City Centre shooting, killing case sees another delay

The case of a former Global Fund employee who allegedly shot dead a former colleague and wounded another here in 2019, was on Wednesday postponed to 26 October as per a decision taken in the High Court. Simataa Simasiku made

COVID-19: Namibian students to hold prayer day

The University of Namibia (UNAM) in collaboration with other higher institutions will hold a prayer day under the theme ‘We call upon you Lord’ on 24 October. Speaking at a media briefing here on Wednesday, Chairperson of the Student Representative