Daily Archives: October 8, 2020

APP, RUCA condemn possible recruitment of Haironga as Rundu Town Council CEO

The All People’s Party (APP) and the Rundu Urban Community Association have condemned the recruitment process for the position of chief executive officer (CEO) at the Rundu Town Council. This comes after it emerged that former Rundu Town Council CEO,

RDP’s Nghishiiko vies for a seat in Ogongo Constituency

Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) activist at Ogongo Constituency in the Omusati Region, Joshua Nghishiiko is the party’s candidate for the constituency during the upcoming Regional Council and Local Authority elections. RDP spokesperson, Nghiningilwandubo Kashume, confirmed to Nampa in

Namport records 4 per cent decrease in cargo handling

Namport handled 5 561 999 tonnes of cargo during the 2018/19 financial year ended March 2020, compared to 5 796 292 tonnes recorded the previous financial year, representing a 4 per cent decrease in cargo handling due to the COVID-19

Air Namibia suspends international flights until further notice

Air Namibia suspended international flights until further notice as the borders of countries where the airline operates are not yet open, Air Namibia Corporate Communications Officer Twaku Kayofa has said. In an interview with Nampa on Wednesday, Kayofa said Air

Govt introduces orientation programme for foreign-trained medical graduates

Minister of Health and Social Services, Dr Kalumbi Shangula on Wednesday announced that Government has introduced an orientation programme for foreign-trained medical graduates. The programme is expected to take place from January 2021 until August 2021, and is designed to

Swapo in Oshana to register its election candidates

The Swapo Party in the Oshana Region will register its candidates for the Regional Council and Local Authority elections, which is taking place on 25 November, with the Electoral Commission of Namibia on Friday. Party coordinator Samuel Nelongo confirmed this

Voter education in Kunene to incorporate tradition to convince women to vote

The Electoral Commission of Namibia in the Kunene Region has as part of its voter education, incorporated different traditional cultures to convince more women to participate in the November Regional Council and Local Authority elections. Voter education is necessary to

African Stars legend’s burial set for Otumborombonga

The late African Stars Football Club legend Joseph ‘Seadog’ Kuhanga will be laid to rest on Saturday at Otumborombonga village in the Otjozondjupa Region. Speaking to Nampa here on Thursday, African Stars chief executive officer (CEO) Lesley Kozonguizi said the