Category Archives: Legal and Judicial Affairs

Colorful Costumes and Strong Drum Beats Bring West African Dances to Baltimore

In West Africa, as in other parts of the continent, dancing is an important part of traditions. An ocean away, in Baltimore Maryland, a multi-generational family has made performing those dances part of their tradition. All In the FamilyThe Von

Katutura now streaming

WINDHOEK � The Namibian feature film, Katutura, is now available to stream and purchase on major streaming platforms such as Amazon, iTunes and Google Play.Director Florian Schott announced this saying after its release in cinemas in 2015, the film sol...

FirstRand Namibia approves salary increases of over 7 percent

WINDHOEK - FirstRand Namibia and the Namibia Bank Workers Union (NBWU) have confirmed the increase of all employees' basic salaries in the bargaining unit for the 2018/2019 financial year, at an across the board raise of 7,4 percent per annum.

Third Committee Opens Session Amid Calls for Governments to Design Comprehensive Social Development Policies, Empowering Youth, Tackling Illiteracy

Painting a picture of the obstacles to social development � economic inequality, social injustice, racism and issues affecting the rights of older persons � the Third Committee (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural) opened its session today, with delegate...

CHURCH SADDENED BY WITHDRAWAL OF KEY PLAYERS FROM NAIBIAN LAND CONFERENCE

WINDHOEK-- The Council of Churches in Namibia (CCN) says the government should have done its utmost to ensure that no one withdraws from the 2nd National Land Conference currently underway in Windhoek.CCN Spokesperson Reverend Andre September said the ...

NAMIBIA-ZAMBIA JOINT PERMANENT COMMISSION SESSION ENDS

WINDHOEK-- The 21st session of the Namibia-Zambia Joint Permanent Commission on Defence and Security (JPCDS) ended here Thursday after taking note of ongoing land issues in Namibia and some member countries of the Southern African Development Community...