Huawei Cloud Meeting facilite les échanges entre les taïkonautes de Shenzhou-14 et la jeunesse africaine

SHENZHEN, Chine, 9 septembre 2022/PRNewswire/ — Trois astronautes chinois (taïkonautes) de la mission Shenzhou-14, qui sont actuellement dans l’espace, ont participé à un dialogue avec des étudiants de plusieurs pays africains par vidéoconférence le 6 septembre. Derrière le succès de cet événement diffusé en direct à l’international, il y a le soutien indéfectible de Huawei Cloud Meeting, qui a assuré une connexion vidéo fluide entre tous les participants.

Cette année marque le 20e anniversaire du début des relations diplomatiques entre la Chine et l’Union africaine. L’événement, co-organisé par la Mission de la Chine auprès de l’Union africaine, l’Agence chinoise des vols spatiaux habités (CMSA) et la Commission de l’Union africaine (CUA), était l’une des activités organisées pour célébrer cet anniversaire. C’était la première fois que les taïkonautes dialoguaient directement avec des adolescents africains.

Des adolescents d’Algérie, d’Égypte, d’Éthiopie, de Namibie, du Nigeria, du Sénégal, de Somalie et d’Afrique du Sud ont eu l’occasion de poser trois questions aux taïkonautes. Les taïkonautes, Chen Dong, Liu Yang et Cai Xuzhe, sont actuellement en mission sur la station spatiale de Tiangong, et le trio a répondu aux questions sur la vie dans l’espace, les expériences scientifiques et la croissance qu’ils ont connue.

Le réseau mondial SparkRTC a assuré des connexions vidéo HD en temps réel stables pour les participants aux réunions sur place et en ligne, en Chine et dans les pays africains évoqués ci-dessus. L’interprétation simultanée entre le chinois, l’anglais et le français a permis à chacun d’exprimer ses idées facilement et de mieux se comprendre. Diverses fonctions de contrôle des réunions ont permis de s’assurer que l’événement se déroulait correctement. L’équipe professionnelle d’assurance de bout en bout et de service technique international de Huawei Cloud a fluidifié les connexions vidéo.

Huawei Cloud Meeting garantit un accès stable depuis plus de 170 pays et régions. Il a fait ses preuves lors de plus de 500 conférences internationales et gagné la confiance de plus de 1,5 million de clients des secteurs privé et public. La solution de réunion professionnelle sur le cloud aide les entreprises à passer au numérique et à améliorer leur efficacité.

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MORA fait son entrée en Afrique du Sud et lance ses mini-réfrigérateurs pour une vie heureuse

LE CAP, Afrique du Sud, 9 septembre 2022/PRNewswire/ — MORA, une marque pionnière d’appareils électroménagers appartenant au groupe Hisense, franchit une étape importante et fait son entrée officielle en Afrique du Sud en présentant trois mini-réfrigérateurs à ses consommateurs locaux en septembre. Un premier pas vers une vie haut de gamme : MORA met ses fonctionnalités, sa technologie et son design au service du bien-être des familles sud-africaines avec sa vision « Plein de joie, plein de vie ».

Avec une riche histoire qui remonte à 1825 en République tchèque, MORA fait ses premiers pas en Afrique du Sud pour rejoindre la marque Hisense, dans l’intention de répondre aux besoins des ménages sud-africains. En lançant une série d’accessoires indispensables avec des caractéristiques d’efficacité énergétique A+ et une fonction de réduction du bruit, notamment le M65RTS qui est déjà en magasin, ainsi que les M125RT et M125RWH bientôt sur le marché, MORA est en bonne voie pour fournir une aide précieuse et devenir la pièce maîtresse des cuisines grand public.

L’introduction des incontournables mini-réfrigérateurs fait écho à l’engagement de MORA à rendre la vie plus facile et amusante pour ses consommateurs sud-africains. Les mini-réfrigérateurs sont équipés de la fonction de réduction du bruit et de technologies d’économie d’énergie, et ils sont disponibles en plusieurs volumes et couleurs, ce qui en fait des produits polyvalents qui peuvent s’adapter à divers aspects de la vie quotidienne. Pour les particuliers vivant dans des espaces réduits ou pour les professionnels, les mini-réfrigérateurs permettent de vivre une vie agréable à de multiples égards.

Grâce aux produits MORA, les familles sud-africaines peuvent profiter de la performance, de la fiabilité, du confort et de la simplicité des produits, et ce dans de nombreux cas de figure : pour aménager une petite maison, pour décorer des suites ou encore des locaux professionnels.

L’entrée en Afrique du Sud marque un nouveau pas vers l’objectif final de MORA : permettre aux consommateurs d’accomplir leurs tâches quotidiennes tout en profitant des moments et des expériences importantes auprès de leur famille. Ses technologies de pointe révolutionnent les appareils électroménagers pour les doter de fonctions modernes, économiques et respectueuses de l’environnement.

MORA fait partie intégrante de la cuisine moderne depuis ses débuts. En partageant son expérience et ses innovations avec ses consommateurs en Afrique du Sud, MORA aidera les familles sud-africaines à mieux cuisiner chez elles et à vivre des moments de bonheur, de légèreté et d’aventure.

Les produits de MORA seront disponibles via plusieurs canaux, notamment les distributeurs et les magasins tels que OK et HNH. Pour en savoir plus, rendez-vous sur :  https://hisense.co.za/mora/ .

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Tbay successfully held the first mid-term seminar about global gift card vendors invitation

SINGAPORE, Sept. 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Recently, the first mid-term seminar for global gift card vendors was successfully held. As one of the organizers, Tbay, the world’s leading gift card trading platform, delivered a public speech on “how to create a safe and fair gift card trading environment” and released the latest investment criteria.

Alex Lin, CEO of Tbay, said that transaction disputes caused by the uneven qualifications of different platform vendors are prevalent. As the object of direct transactions with users, how vendors ensure transaction security has always been one of the focus issues that concerns both the platform and users. In response, Tbay has now comprehensively raised the threshold for investment.

Firstly, a gift card vendor must have been operational for over 3 years, with good credit scores and no criminal records. When applying for admission, the company must pay a deposit of $30,000 and provide relevant qualification certificates. The company employ 50 personnel and have a registered capital of over $100,000 with an annual revenue of over $1,000,000. Tbay will verify information authenticity. Once the qualification information is found to be false, the company will be included in the list of untrustworthy customers.

Secondly, the vendors must sign an exclusive cooperation agreement with Tbay. Trading on other platforms is prohibited, and in the event of a breach, the violator will be subject to severe penalties from Tbay, such as permanent account bans or fines ranging from $10,000-$20,000.

Thirdly, the vendors should have a fixed office space and ensure that the space is equipped with 360° surveillance for monitoring of work operations. Tbay will arrange a on-site visit of new office space, and will conduct regular visits and inspections thereafter.

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Based on the above criteria, Tbay gift card vendors investment activity will be launched soon, so stay tuned!

Alex said the investment standards have received high attention from industry and users. Today, with the booming development of the gift card industry, Tbay has always been committed to the safe and fair trading and created a strict standard investment qualification and trading environment. On the second anniversary, it has won the trust of 200,000 users and has quickly become a new benchmark in the global gift card industry, supporting over 30 gift card transactions with direct payment by Naira, consistently providing users with safe and efficient services.

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CIVIL SOCIETY LEADERS URGE ACTION ON DEBT, INFLATION, AND CLIMATE CHANGE, RENEW CALLS FOR RUSSIA TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR WAR CRIMES

New York, Sept. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As world leaders gather for the United Nations General Assembly, the Open Society Foundations is calling for bold steps to address critical worldwide crises, including:

  • A global rescue plan that sees higher-income countries committing 2% of their GDP to tackle spiraling living costs and embracing solutions such as pricing regulations, IP waivers, and windfall taxes;
  • Immediate debt relief and financial assistance to lower-income countries, including by suspending IMF/World Bank surcharges and issuing a new round of Special Drawing Rights;
  • Creation of a Loss and Damage mechanism to support countries that have already experienced irreparable or severe harm due to climate change;
  • Russian accountability for war crimes in Ukraine and an end to the war there; and
  • More open, inclusive, and effective global institutions that reflect the make-up of the world.

“Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow isn’t just a line from Macbeth,” said Mark Malloch-Brown, President of the Open Society Foundations. “For too long, it has also been at the heart of world leaders’ plan to tackle these mounting global challenges. That has to change.”

Malloch-Brown and other Open Society Foundations representatives will be in New York in September and are available to comment on the above:

  • Mark Malloch-Brown, President, formerly served as UN Deputy Secretary-General to Kofi Annan, led the UN Development Programme and was vice-president at the World Bank and Minister with responsibility for Africa, Asia, and the UN under UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown. He can speak about the global fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, debt relief, development assistance, and reform of international institutions.
  • Laura Carvalho, Director for Equity, is a leading Brazilian economist and co-founder and Director of the Research Center on Macroeconomics of Inequality at the University of São Paulo and has written extensively on development economics and inequality. She can speak about the global economy and the need to reduce inflationary and debt pressures in the Global South.
  • Yamide Dagnet, Director for Climate Justice, previously served as the Director of Climate Negotiations at the World Resources Institute, focusing on the equitable implementation of international climate agreements. She can speak about the need for climate action that is fair and equitable for all countries and communities.
  • Natalie Samarasinghe, Global Director of Advocacy, formerly served as CEO of the United Nations Association-UK and Speechwriter for the President of the UN General Assembly. She can speak about global crises and the need for international action, as well as UN reform.
  • Oleksandr Sushko, Executive Director, International Renaissance Foundation in Ukraine (not in New York during UNGA), was Director of the Centre for Peace, Conversion and Foreign Policy of Ukraine. He can speak about the work and needs of civil society in Ukraine and the Ukraine Democracy Fund.

The Open Society Foundations, founded by George Soros, is the world’s leading funder of independent groups working for justice, democratic governance, and human rights.

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New version of i-PRO Active Guard turns VMSs into powerful search engines for real time alarm notifications and post-event searches

AI-based plug-in features industry’s largest number of search attributes, new UI enhancements and adds support for leading VMS

Tokyo, Japan, Sept. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — i-PRO Co., Ltd., a global leader in professional security solutions for surveillance and public safety, today announced the latest version of its Active Guard plug-in. The AI-based plug-in can turn video management systems (VMS) into powerful search engines capable of real-time searches or deep forensic analysis. Already supported by leading VMSs including Genetec Security Center and i-PRO Video Insight, the latest version now adds support for Milestone Systems’ X-Protect and i-PRO’s ASM300 software, and features the industry’s largest number of search attributes and new UI enhancements.

“With the addition of Milestone X-Protect, i-PRO Active Guard is now available to the major leaders in the global VMS market and will revolutionize how Security Officers conduct real time and post event searches,” said Norio Hitsuishi, Global Head of Product Management at i-PRO. “These enhancements combined with the extension of our AI-capable camera line-up are creating a powerful end-to-end AI security ecosystem that allows businesses to take their security infrastructure to the next level. This latest announcement underscores i-PRO’s mission as a trusted next-generation partner to make AI the new standard in the security industry.”

Fast and intuitive, i-PRO Active Guard creates a more efficient and accurate AI-powered system without compromising on image quality or network performance. The plug-in integrates seamlessly into the existing UI of the VMS, appearing as just another function tab. It allows users to easily manage the AI analytics from multiple i-PRO cameras and allows users to easily set up sophisticated search parameters based on the industry’s largest number of search attributes which include gender, age, clothing color, facial characteristics, vehicle color and direction, and many more.

With Active Guard, Security Officers no longer have to spend time looking at multiple screens for persons or vehicles of interest or watch hours of recorded video to search for important events. Operators can register specific characteristics in their watch lists (for instance “male wearing a red shirt and blue pants”) and the VMS will send them a real-time alarm whenever a match is identified, a feature that is unique to i-PRO. This enhances real-time situational awareness and enables proactive security. The same process can be set up for fast data mining of events during forensic investigations.

The metadata is captured and analyzed by i-PRO AI network cameras at the edge, which use the powerful Ambarella SoC, reducing bandwidth and eliminating the need for expensive servers. i-PRO Active Guard is a light-load and unique in the industry in that the edge-processed AI data results are sent to the Active Guard server eliminating the requirement for additional on-premises servers. The metadata is then searched and presented in the Active Guard plugin on the client.

For more information, visit

https://i-pro.com/global/en/surveillance/featured-products/i-pro-active-guard

About i-PRO

i-PRO Co., Ltd., is a global leader of advanced sensing technologies in the fields of Intelligent Surveillance, Public Safety and Industrial/Medical Imaging. Established in 2019, i-PRO was built on a legacy of over 60 years of innovation with Panasonic. The company’s products, software and services extend human senses to capture moments of truth with innovations that inform and protect. In order to help create a safer world, i-PRO Co., Ltd., supports the work of professionals who protect and save lives.

© i-PRO is a trademark of i-PRO Co., Ltd. Other trademarks used in this document may be trademarks of the manufacturers or vendors of the respective product.

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The passing of Queen Elizabeth

President Hage Geingob has extended his condolences to the people and government of the United Kingdom following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday.

The queen died at age 96 after reigning for 70 years.

In his message of condolences issued Friday by the Office of the President, Geingob said the passing of Queen Elizabeth II resonates across the UK, Northern Ireland and across the Commonwealth of Nations and the world at large.

‘Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will forever be remembered for her remarkable reign, hard work and dedication in service of the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. Her commitment to service will continue to serve as an inspiration to current and future generations,’ he said.

Geingob recalled interactions with Queen Elizabeth during her visit to Namibia in 1991, when he had the opportunity to take her on a visit to Katutura, and further in 2017 as the Head of State during a courtesy visit to the queen.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency

Geingob extends condolences after passing of Queen Elizabeth

President Hage Geingob has extended his condolences to the people and government of the United Kingdom following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday.

The queen died at age 96 after reigning for 70 years.

In his message of condolences issued Friday by the Office of the President, Geingob said the passing of Queen Elizabeth II resonates across the UK, Northern Ireland and across the Commonwealth of Nations and the world at large.

“Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will forever be remembered for her remarkable reign, hard work and dedication in service of the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. Her commitment to service will continue to serve as an inspiration to current and future generations,” he said.

Geingob recalled interactions with Queen Elizabeth during her visit to Namibia in 1991, when he had the opportunity to take her on a visit to Katutura, and further in 2017 as the Head of State during a courtesy visit to the queen.

“I recall with fondness her friendly demeanour, ability to effectively share light moments. May God be with His Majesty King Charles III, the People of the United Kingdom, the royal family and friends, offering them comfort during this time of mourning. May the soul of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II rest in eternal peace,” he said.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency

Twenty-nine health workers

Twenty-nine health workers, including nurses, medical doctors and environmental health officials, graduated from a frontline course in Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training on Thursday.

Officials from different institutions including the Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Agriculture, and Namibian Institute of Pathology, underwent the three months of training aimed at strengthening public health interventions such as disease surveillance and outbreak investigations and responses, including data management focusing on data quality audits.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Deputy Minister of Health and Social Services Dr Utjiua Muinjangue said the knowledge and skills offered in the training are needed now more than ever, as Namibia continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and other emerging and re-emerging disease outbreaks.

She said threats of Monkeypox globally, Poliomyelitis in Southern Africa, and the recent measles outbreak in the Omusati Region and in Zimbabwe, where it has claimed more than 600 lives thus far, are a clear indication that Namibia needs to be prepared at all times.

‘The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us the importance of having well equipped disease detectives on the ground, especially at local level. Disease detectives are the catalyst of the impacts any disease outbreak can pose, being effects on the health system, or socio-economic,’ she said.

The training programme, which was initiated in 2012, is supported by the Centres for Disease Control (CDC) Namibia and has so far capacitated about 218 officials in Namibia.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency

Under 20’s aim to qualify for Afcon

Under 20 (U20) National Football Team Coach James Britz said his side will aim to qualify for the 2023 U20 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) set for Egypt when they participate in the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) Tournament.

The tournament will take place from 06 to 16th October in Eswatini.

Speaking to Nampa on Friday after the draw was made in South Africa, Britz said his squad has faced Comoros and Malawi before hence they know what to expect.

“The aim will be to qualify to the semi-finals first before focusing on being one of the two countries to represent the region at the Afcon finals next year. We are kicking off our training on Saturday at the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Technical centre a week later than initially planned because of examinations. That means we have lost 13 training sessions in preparations for the tournament, but this does not mean we have conceded defeat,’ he said.

Namibia was drawn into Group C together with South Africa, Comoros and Malawi.

Group A comprises hosts Eswatini, Zambia, Botswana and Mauritius while Group B has Mozambique, Angola, Seychelles and Lesotho.

Two teams will represent the Cosafa region in the 17th edition of the U20 Afcon in Egypt in 2023, which will serve as the qualifier for the 2023 U20 Fifa World Cup slated for Indonesia.

Meanwhile, Britz has played down concerns by Kavango East Region who last week protested against the selection of only two players from their region after playing in the 2022 Newspaper Cup final against the Zambezi Region.

“As the technical team, we selected the 40 players using certain criteria which suites the style of football we want to play. We did not select the team based on reaching the finals of a tournament. I am very confident that the two players we selected will do well in the U20” he explained.

The Affirmative Repositioning (AR) Leadership of the Kavango East had threatened unspecified action against the NFA saying new trials should be held to select the U20 teams to represent Namibia at the Cosafa Tournament.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency

Frontline workers trained to prepare for health threats

Twenty-nine health workers, including nurses, medical doctors and environmental health officials, graduated from a frontline course in Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training on Thursday.

Officials from different institutions including the Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Agriculture, and Namibian Institute of Pathology, underwent the three months of training aimed at strengthening public health interventions such as disease surveillance and outbreak investigations and responses, including data management focusing on data quality audits.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Deputy Minister of Health and Social Services Dr Utjiua Muinjangue said the knowledge and skills offered in the training are needed now more than ever, as Namibia continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and other emerging and re-emerging disease outbreaks.

She said threats of Monkeypox globally, Poliomyelitis in Southern Africa, and the recent measles outbreak in the Omusati Region and in Zimbabwe, where it has claimed more than 600 lives thus far, are a clear indication that Namibia needs to be prepared at all times.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us the importance of having well equipped disease detectives on the ground, especially at local level. Disease detectives are the catalyst of the impacts any disease outbreak can pose, being effects on the health system, or socio-economic,” she said.

The training programme, which was initiated in 2012, is supported by the Centres for Disease Control (CDC) Namibia and has so far capacitated about 218 officials in Namibia.

CDC Country Director Dr Brian Baker said the course has helped the officials to be first responders and to know how to react when there is a disease outbreak and to always be on the lookout for disease outbreaks.

He encouraged them to look for further opportunities in addition to the training and to participate in activities that will enhance their skills and enable them to effectively contribute to preparedness and responses to disease outbreaks in Namibia and abroad.

World Health Organisation (WHO) Country Representative, Dr Charles Sagoe-Moses, said it is evident that the training has played a central role in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and other public health emergencies in Namibia.

He said the graduation comes at the right time as Namibia, with support from the WHO, is in the initial stages of rolling out the Emergency Preparedness and Response flagship initiative that aims to strengthen the country’s capacity to prepare for, detect and respond to emergencies with public health consequence.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency

IGAD in the List of Speakers at the Second ACQF Training Program

5-9 September, 2022 (Johannesburg, South Africa): IGAD Education Programme team, together with delegates from all Member States (10 onsite / 25 virtual) participated in the African Continental Qualifications Framework (ACQF) Project’s 2nd Training week on Skills, Qualifications and Frameworks for Mutual Trust in a Changing World (5-9 September) in Johannesburg, South Africa. The hybrid training brought together qualifications and skills practitioners, staff of ministries and qualifications agencies, representatives of the world of work and experts from 28 countries including; Angola, Botswana, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Eswatini, Ghana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tunisia and Zambia.

Themes of the training programme: national and regional qualifications frameworks, quality assurance, digitalisation and development of qualifications, recognition of learning and qualifications, online registers of qualifications, novel approaches to labour market intelligence, monitoring and evaluation, and referencing to ACQF.

IGAD facilitated a presentation on the IGAD Regional Qualifications Framework. Dr. Dereje Awgichew Woldemariam of Ethiopia also presented an update on the Ethiopian Qualification Framework.

Participation in the training was intended to contribute to the development and finalisation of the IGAD Regional Qualifications Framework and provide an environment for Member State delegates to deepen knowledge, share experiences and strengthen collaboration with practitioners in Africa and beyond.

Source: Intergovernmental Authority on Development

Land and social justice activist

Land and social justice activist, Dimbulukeni Nauyoma on Friday called for immediate intervention from Urban and Rural Development Minister Erastus Uutoni in the demolition of people’s houses at Katima Mulilo in the Zambezi Region.

The demolishing of houses at the Lwanyanda informal settlement started on Thursday after a court order was issued in favour of the council to evict the residents, whom the council said have illegally occupied the townland.

Nauyoma in a letter circulating on social media and availed to Nampa yesterday said Uutoni should urgently instruct the Katima Mulilo Town Council to stop demolishing people’s houses.

The eviction is being carried out by town council officials and members of the Namibian Police Force through the use of bulldozers and graders, he said.

Meanwhile, Nauyoma in the letter also expressed dissatisfaction with the eviction of residents of Endombo compound in Tsumeb, from their privately rented housing, after they allegedly failed to honour their monthly rental bills.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency

Land activist seeks intervention in evictions at Katima and Tsumeb

Land and social justice activist, Dimbulukeni Nauyoma on Friday called for immediate intervention from Urban and Rural Development Minister Erastus Uutoni in the demolition of people’s houses at Katima Mulilo in the Zambezi Region.

The demolishing of houses at the Lwanyanda informal settlement started on Thursday after a court order was issued in favour of the council to evict the residents, whom the council said have illegally occupied the townland.

Nauyoma in a letter circulating on social media and availed to Nampa on Friday, said Uutoni should urgently instruct the Katima Mulilo Town Council to stop demolishing people’s houses.

The eviction is being carried out by town council officials and members of the Namibian Police Force through the use of bulldozers and graders, he said.

Meanwhile, Nauyoma in the letter also expressed dissatisfaction with the eviction of residents of Endombo compound in Tsumeb, from their privately rented housing, after they allegedly failed to honour their monthly rental bills.

He said: “It is inhumane in an independent Namibia to see a bulldozer or a grader being used to demolish another Namibian’s house, while there is a housing backlog of nearly 300 000 in the urban areas of the country.”

“The Squatter Proclamation Law of 1985 being applied by these local authority councils is also an apartheid regime law which many Namibian people fought against,” he added.

Nauyoma thus wants Uutoni to direct the two local authority councils to urgently allocate townland to all these affected citizens.

Public Relations Officer in the Ministry of Urban and Rural Development, Etuna Shikalepo on Friday told Nampa in a telephonic interview that Uutoni was yet to receive the letter from Nauyoma as he was attending a meeting of traditional leaders in the Ohangwena Region.

“The minister will only return to the office on Monday, and for now I can tell you that he did not receive the letter yet,” said Shikalepo.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency