Daily Archives: January 12, 2021

Viettel’s latest rebranding matches the group’s mission of pioneering the creation of digital societies

HANOI, Vietnam, Jan. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Viettel Group has unveiled a new logo and new slogan as part of an extensive rebranding initiative, 16 years after the introduction of the last branding in 2004. The rebranding reflects Viettel’s strategic diversification in recent years. Having

SweeGen Announces Successful Scale-up of Bestevia® Reb N

Further expands the sweet taste solution toolbox for tackling sugar reduction. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., Jan. 12, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SweeGen is making possible a healthier, more guilt-free, and sweeter world with the commercialization of Bestevia® Rebaudioside N (Reb

Swapo Party Youth League denies instigating land grab in Windhoek

Swapo Party Youth League Secretary General Ephraim Nekongo has rubbished claims that SPYL instigated the recent land grabbing in Windhoek’s Otjomuise residential area. On Sunday, about 400 people started demarcating land before the police intervened. The Affirmative Repositioning (AR) Movement

Men accused of raping minor appear in court at Keetmanshoop

The two men arrested at Gainachas village in the ||Kharas Region for allegedly raping a 15-year-old girl, made their first court appearance in the Keetmanshoop Magistrate’s Court on Monday. Court documents seen by Nampa indicate that the accused persons, 27-year-old

Kahikopo dies at 80

The senior traditional chief of the Ovaherero Traditional Authority at Otjimbingwe, Gottlieb Kahikopo, died in the Okahandja State Hospital on Tuesday. He was 80. Confirming his death, his son Abraham Kahikopo said the cause of death is unknown. “We are

Man dies in accident involving front-end loader

A 57-year-old man died on a farm in the Karibib District on Monday after being injured in an accident involving a front-end loader. The man, identified as Alfeus Heingo, died on the spot. According to a Namibian Police Force incident

Increase in COVID-19 cases a concern: ||Kharas governor

||Kharas Governor Aletha Frederick has raised concern about the continuous increase in COVID-19 cases in her region and has called on inhabitants of the region to play their part in curbing the virus. The governor in an interview with Nampa

Thirty-three suspects arrested during NamPol’s Operation EroKu

The Namibian Police Force (NamPol) arrested 33 suspects during Operation EroKu, a joint operation by the police in the Erongo and Kunene regions which ran from 22 December 2020 until 11 January 2021. In an interview with Nampa on Monday