Daily Archives: January 8, 2021

Opuwo rural councillor appeals for more drought relief assistance

Opuwo rural constituency councillor Uaurikua Kakuva has urged the government to help farmers in his constituency who he said have lost more than 80 per cent of their livestock due to the persistent drought. Kakuva in an interview with Nampa

Irrigation schemes at Naute under water

Some parts of the Naute irrigation scheme were left under water after the sluices of the Naute Dam were opened to reduce water levels, which stood at 116 per cent on Tuesday after heavy rains were received. The Naute Dam

Woman arrested for allegedly dealing in drugs at Gobabis

A 25-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly dealing in drugs at Gobabis on Tuesday. A crime report issued by the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) said the woman was arrested during a police operation. She was allegedly found with 52 full

25-year-old woman was arrested

A 25-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly dealing in drugs at Gobabis on Tuesday. A crime report issued by the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) said the woman was arrested during a police operation. She was allegedly found with 52 full

Ondonga leader consults political office bearers

The leader of the Ondonga Traditional Authority, Fillemon Shuumbwa Nangolo, on Wednesday convened a consultative meeting with new and re-elected political office bearers at his royal homestead in Onambango village. Attendees included the host, Oshana governor Elia Irimari, Oshikoto governor

Education directorate secures funds to repair Uvhungu-vhungu CS classrooms

The Directorate of Education in the Kavango East Region has secured funds to repair the roofs of three classrooms damaged during heavy rains at the Uvhungu-vhungu Combined School (CS) in December. In an interview with Nampa on Wednesday, education director

Mutjavikua to be laid to rest on Sunday

The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology has announced that the former governor of the Erongo Region, Cleophas Mutjavikua, will be buried at Grootfontein on Sunday. Mutjavikua died from COVID-19 related complications in hospital at Grootfontein on 03 January. He

Ondangwa urban councillor calls for stricter adherence to COVID regulations

Oshana regional councillor for the Ondangwa Urban Constituency, Leonard Negonga has called on inhabitants of his constituency to respect and adhere to COVID-19 regulations put in place to curb further spread of the pandemic in the country. Negonga made the