Roche Diagnostics joins forces with nonprofit (RED) organization to raise awareness about the importance of testing in the fight against AIDS

– 7.1 million people globally are HIV positive but don’t know it, and only 59%[1] of people living with HIV are taking medication to suppress the virus. – The collaboration focuses on raising awareness about the importance of diagnostic testing

Judiciary is compromised: Venaani

The declaration by the High Court that the swearing in of six Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) members to the National Assembly is unconstitutional, null and void is an indication that the judiciary is compromised. This was said by the party’s

Inquests on eight deaths over weekend

Inquests into eight deaths countrywide, dominated by male victims, were opened by the Namibian Police Force between 10-12 July. In its weekend crime report issued Monday, the police said it is alleged that a 15-year-old Kevin Cooper committed suicide by

CoW commissions electrification of informal settlements

The City of Windhoek has invested N.dollars 15 million in electrifying about 1 200 households in the informal settlements, commissioned in Katutura on Monday by Minister of Urban and Rural Development Erastus Uutoni. The areas that benefited are in the

City of Windhoek has invested 15 million in electrifying about 1 200 households in the informal settlements

The City of Windhoek has invested N.dollars 15 million in electrifying about 1 200 households in the informal settlements, commissioned in Katutura yesterday by Minister of Urban and Rural Development Erastus Uutoni. The areas that benefited are in the Moses

COVID-19: Namibia records its second death

Namibia has recorded its second Coronavirus (COVID-19) related death after a 44-year-old man died at Walvis Bay on Saturday. In the daily update issued on Tuesday, Health Minister, Dr Kalumbi Shangula, said a specimen was collected from the body on

COVID-19: Three annual races cancelled due to pandemic

The Erongo Region Sports Office on Tuesday announced the cancellation of three annual races scheduled for later this year due to the increasing number of Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Namibia. The three races are the second edition of the Spar

Repealing manufacturing incentives will cripple industry: NMA

The Namibian Manufacturers Association (NMA) has condemned the decision by the government to repeal current manufacturing incentives, saying it will be a crippling blow to the industry. In a statement on Monday, NMA said by repealing these incentives, the already