Daily Archives: November 4, 2020

Namibia has the capacity to manufacture its own clothing: Sinimbo

Namibia has the capacity to manufacture its own clothing and not rely on imports, Deputy Minister of Industrialisation and Trade, Verna Sinimbo has said. Sinimbo said this here on Tuesday while visiting the Namibia Industrial Development Agency’s garment factory. “We

Police seized drugs worth over N.dollars 400 000 in October

More than 80 suspects were arrested on drug-related matters across the country in the month of October and drugs worth nearly N.dollars 413 000 were seized. In a statement availed to Nampa on Tuesday, Namibian Police Force (NamPol) Deputy Commissioner

Starlile will bounce back: ORC

Okahandja Racing Club is confident that its champion-calibre horse Starlile will bounce back following a recent drop in performance. Visigoth from Aminuis Racing Club has been dominant in the main races recently, leaving Starlile trailing in competitions at Okahandja, Rehoboth

Irrigation youth garden at Otjiwarongo described as impressive

The Ministry of Youth, Sport and National Service regional office at Otjiwarongo has described an irrigation youth community garden project at the town as impressive. Senior Youth Officer, Johanna Iitondoka, in an interview with Nampa on Tuesday at Otjiwarongo said

Education, employment creation and agriculture dominant on Epukiro candidates’ agenda

Candidates vying for Epukiro constituency’s councillor position have highlighted education, employment creation and agriculture as important for the constituency’s development. National Unity Democratic Organisation (Nudo), Popular Democratic Movement (PDM), Independent Patriots for Change (IPC), the Swapo Party and independent candidate

Namibia pins hopes on UNWTO for tourism revival: Shifeta

Namibia has placed its trust in the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) to revive the local tourism industry, which has been brought to its knees by the COVID-19 pandemic. This was said by Minister of Environment, Forestry and Tourism

Man dies in car crash at Swakopmund

A 52-year-old man died on the spot after the vehicle he was driving crashed into a bridge pillar. The incident, which was confirmed by Detective Inspector Daniel Gurirab of the Namibian Police, occurred on Tuesday, while the man was travelling

NCAA gets new board

Works and Transport Minister John Mutorwa on Wednesday announced the appointment of six new board members for the Namibia Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA). The new board members are Bethuel Mujetenge as the chairperson, Kadiva Hamutumwa as the vice chairperson and