Daily Archives: November 11, 2020

Namibia and Botswana to jointly investigate killing of four Namibians by BDF

Namibia and Botswana have agreed to a joint investigation on the recent killing of four Namibians by the Botswana Defence Force (BDF). Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah in a media statement on Tuesday

Geingob meets with family of men shot in Botswana

President Hage Geingob on Tuesday extended a message of condolences to the bereaved family of three Namibians who were allegedly shot and killed by the Botswana Defence Force (BDF), when he met the family at State House. The three relatives

COVID-19: Namibia records 13 new cases

Deputy Minister of Health and Social Services, Esther Muinjangue on Tuesday announced that Namibia recorded 13 new confirmed COVID-19 cases from 531 samples tested. Lüderitz tops the list with six cases, followed by Windhoek with three, Karasburg two, Rehoboth and

ECN trains presiding officers for ||Kharas

Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) coordinator for ||Kharas, Augustinus Ucham on Tuesday urged election officials to be neutral at all times during the Regional Council and Local Authority elections. “We need to distance ourselves from active politics, be neutral and

Kunene Region registers over 58 000 eligible voters

A total of 58 548 voters have registered in the seven constituencies of the Kunene Region for the upcoming Regional Council and Local Authority Elections, the Electoral Commission of Namibia’s (ECN) voter register shows. The elections are slated for 25

Man stabbed to death at Otjinene

A 25-year-old man died after he was stabbed at Otjinene in the Omaheke Region on Monday. An incident report issued by the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) Wednesday said the incident occurred around 23h50, when the man who is suspected to

Man in partenity saga killing sent to jail for 30 years

A Windhoek resident found guilty in September this year for the murder of a four-year-old boy in 2015 after rumours surfaced in the community that he was not the child’s biological father, was on Wednesday sentenced to 30 years imprisonment.


It is the end of an era in Okakarara as one of the country’s longest-serving councillors, Vetaruhe Kandorozu, is leaving office after a 15-year tenure. His tenure has seen the transformation of a poorly developed town to one that offers