LPM vows to end Swapo’s dominance in Kunene

The Landless People’s Movement (LPM) plans to end Swapo’s dominance in the Kunene Region during the November Regional Council and Local Authorities election. LPM’s interim Kunene regional coordinator, Oswald Losper told Nampa in an interview on Monday his party will

NUST and NamScore busy horning teachers’ skills

The Namibia Schools Sports Union (NSSU) with the assistance of the Namibia University of Science and Technology and NamScore Sports Consultancy has started training teachers on the different aspects of sports. The university and NamScore have embarked on empowering physical

Venaani throws weight behind Berseba constituency candidate

Leader of the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM), McHenry Venaani has urged the community of Berseba Constituency to go out in numbers and vote for PDM candidate in the Regional Council and Local Authority elections set for 25 November 2020. Venaani

Fenata explains appointment of SA’s Lira as Namibia’s tourism ambassador

South African singer Lira was appointed as Namibia’s tourism ambassador to attract international markets, as the ‘new normal’ of the COVID-19 pandemic consequences demand innovative strategies to revive the tourism sector. This was said by the Federation of Namibia Tourism

Weeklong GBV workshop commences in Otjiwarongo

Thirty community health extension workers from different regions in the country are gathered at Otjiwarongo for a weeklong training workshop on sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and the fight against the further spread of HIV. The extension workers employed by

Ndeitunga calls for peace and maturity from political parties and supporters

Namibian Police Force (NamPol) Inspector General, Sebastian Ndeitunga, said he hopes all stakeholders will behave maturely and adhere to the Electoral Act for the Regional Council and Local Authority elections set for 25 November. Ndeitunga made these remarks in a

Political office not a looting opportunity: Tjazapi

When Urikee Tjazapi assumed political office in 2016, the only major assets he had to his name were a 2.2 Ford Ranger pick-up and a two-bedroom house in Opuwo. It is October 2020 now, and with a month left before

AR promises to address police housing crisis

The Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement has promised to expedite the construction of a police village for members of the force who are unable to afford decent accommodation in Windhoek. The promise is contained in a letter addressed to Namibian Police