Daily Archives: October 15, 2020

Huawei lance des solutions de connectivité intelligentes pour tous les scénarios

BEIJING, Oct 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Aujourd’hui, la Commission des Nations Unies pour le haut débit et Huawei ont tenu le sixième Forum sur le haut débit (UBBF 2020) en ligne à Pékin. Sous le thème « Connectivité intelligente, nouvelle valeur ensemble »,

Mindray Brings Groundbreaking New Systems to the High-End Anesthesia System Market

SHENZHEN, China, Oct. 15 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Mindray (SZSE: 300760), a global leader in the development of innovative healthcare technology, hosts a virtual launch event on October 15 to introduce its brand new A9 and A8 anesthesia systems, which is now available in Europe

Keetmanshoop Municipality clears N.dollars 15 million NamPower debt

The Keetmanshoop Municipality has managed to settle its NamPower debt that stood at N.dollars 15 million in 2017. The municipality’s public relations officer Dawn Kruger told Nampa in an interview this week they had accumulated the N.dollars 15 million debt

Venezuela’s new voting technology impresses ECN

The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) is impressed by Venezuela’s new voting technology unveiled last Friday by the National Electoral Council (CNE). The new electronic voting machines will be used in the 06 December parliamentary elections. The presser was held

Temperature screening at //Kharas roadblocks launched

The Otindi Group of Companies on Wednesday started its temperature screening process at roadblocks and checkpoints in the ||Kharas Region. The initiative, approved by the Ministry of Health and Social Services, has thus far also been introduced in the Kunene,

Northern businessman ‘Nambango’ dies

Renowned northern businessman, Johannes Haidika ‘Nambango’ Shihepo, died in a Windhoek hospital on Tuesday. He was aged 64. His cousin Peter Mbome confirmed to Nampa on Thursday that Shihepo was admitted to the hospital earlier this week due to a

Iipumbu applauds retailers for stocking local products

Minister of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development Lucia Iipumbu on Wednesday applauded local retailers for accommodating locally produced products. Iipumbu while motivating the ‘Buy Local, Grow Namibia’ initiative launched by her ministry early this month, in Parliament said during her

AR independent candidate eyes sought-after Katutura Central

Affirmative Reposition (AR) movement-backed Edison Uapingene said he is the right candidate to transform the fortunes of Katutura. He will contest as an independent candidate in Katutura Central in the November regional council and local authority elections. While being interviewed