Daily Archives: November 2, 2020

Gazza capped Artist of the Decade at NAMAs finale

Lazarus Shiimi, commonly known as Gazza, was capped Artist of the Decade during the Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) finale in the capital on Saturday. The Artist of the Decade is given to an artist who has won the most

South African company to print ballot papers for upcoming elections

The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) has selected a South African printing company, Uniprint, to print the ballot papers for the Regional Council and Local Authority elections slated for 25 November 2020. In a statement issued on Sunday, the ECN

Electoral Commission of Namibia has selected a South African printing company

The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) has selected a South African printing company, Uniprint, to print the ballot papers for the Regional Council and Local Authority elections slated for 25 November 2020. In a statement issued on Sunday, the ECN

Geingob congrulates Magufuli on re-election

President Hage Geingob on Sunday congratulated Tanzania’s President John Magufuli on his re-election as Head of State, following general elections held on 28 October 2020. In his congratulatory message, Geingob said Tanzania was a dependable frontline state of Namibia’s liberation

Swartbooi, Nujoma dump Parliament into disorder

The feud between erstwhile land ministry colleagues, Bernadus Swartbooi and Utoni Nujoma, continued in the National Assembly on Thursday, with Swartbooi branding his former boss a ‘tribalist’ and Nujoma referring to him as a cockroach in return. Thursday marked the

President yesterday congratulated Tanzania’s President on his re-election as Head of State

President Hage Geingob yesterday congratulated Tanzania’s President John Magufuli on his re-election as Head of State, following general elections held on 28 October 2020. In his congratulatory message, Geingob said Tanzania was a dependable frontline state of Namibia’s liberation movement.

Long road to tourism revival: UNWTO

United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) Secretary General Zurab Pololikashvili has said Namibia and other African countries need to focus more on domestic tourism as the traditional European tourism market is still closed. Speaking at the Hosea Kutako International Airport

Ambulance driver who died in accident on B1 road identified

The 54-year-old ambulance driver who died instantly Saturday morning after the ambulance she was operating overturned several times on the Otjiwarongo-Okahandja B1 road, has been identified. Namibian Police Force (NamPol) acting Otjozondjupa Regional Crime Investigations Coordinator, Chief Inspector Fillemon Haikali