Daily Archives: January 14, 2021

Cenored announces power outage in Tsumeb on Sunday

The Central North Regional Electricity Distributor (Cenored) has announced that there will be a scheduled power outage in Tsumeb on Sunday. Cenored Public Relations Officer, Charlie Matengu, in a media statement on Wednesday said due to a joint operation with

COVID-19: Education ministry to make exemptions for vulnerable learners

The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture has put measures in place to ensure the safety of learners who might be vulnerable to COVID-19 as schools commence. In an interview with Nampa on Wednesday, the ministry’s Executive Director Sanet Steenkamp

Samaria announces Brave Warriors final squad for CHAN

Brave Warriors head coach Bobby Samaria has announced the final squad for the African Nations Championship (CHAN) finals scheduled to start in Cameroon on Friday. The Namibia Football Association in a statement said the team has been split into three

Room for improvement in Indonesia-Namibia trade relations, ambassador says

Indonesia’s Ambassador to Namibia, Wisnu Pratignyo has said trade relations between Indonesia and Namibia have not yet reached their full potential. Speaking on Wednesday during a media briefing on the embassy’s planned activities for 2021, Ambassador Wisnu Pratignyo said it

COVID-19: Opening of schools in phases proved fruitless – Nghipondoka

Minister of Education, Anna Nghipondoka, has said reopening schools in phases last year after the COVID-19 lockdown proved fruitless and disrupted the education setup, hence the decision to have all schools open on the same day this year. Nghipondoka made

New cases of FMD detected in Oshana and Ohangwena

The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform has announced that new cases of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) were detected in the Oshana and Oshikoto regions. It said in a statement the cases were detected at the Okadhiya village

Relief as vulnerable residents relocated to avoid flooding

Residents of informal settlements who were relocated by the City of Windhoek from riverbeds and other areas to lessen their exposure to flooding have applauded the move. More than 200 residents of informal settlement in Windhoek were relocated to avoid

Kawana rubbishes AR claims that fisheries workers are exploited

Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Albert Kawana, has rubbished claims by the Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement that the ministry is on the brink of collapse and exploiting workers. Kawana was responding to a letter written to him by AR’s