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Thousands of documents left at Home Affairs

1 week ago - 25 July 2021 | Local News

The Ministry of Home Affairs’ executive director, Etienne Maritz, said that the increase in fees of national documents was necessitated by various factors, including negligence by applicants.Maritz in a media statement said: “The ministry has...

Amupanda takes responsibility for demolition

1 week ago - 22 July 2021 | Local News

Windhoek • Yolanda NelAlthough Windhoek mayor Job Amupanda said he was not aware of the demolition of shacks thattook place on Wednesday in the Tobias Hainyeko constituency, he takes responsibility for therecklessness and irresponsibility of...

NMH postpones Expo, throws weight behind vaccination

1 week ago - 21 July 2021 | Local News

Covid-19 has impacted us everyone, but mostly changed the way business is done.“To survive, we need to adapt to new circumstances as well as join hands in all efforts to make Namibia a safer destination...

Keep booze at bay

1 week ago - 21 July 2021 | Local News

Windhoek Mayor Job Amupanda has urged against the idea of setting up shebeens next to a house on the same erf, saying shebeens have unpleasant consequences.Amupanda, while highlighting decongestion plans in informal settlements in Windhoek...

Local manufacture of coffins a priority

1 week ago - 20 July 2021 | Local News

Accelerated efforts are underway to fast-track the manufacturing of coffins locally, as Namibia spends at least N$30 million a year to procure coffins from neighbouring South Africa.Minister of Industrialisation and Trade Lucia Iipumbu said government...

CoW query counter closed

2 weeks ago - 15 July 2021 | Local News

The City of Windhoek said that in a bid to minimise the spread of Covid-19, the payment query counter at their Revenue Collection section will...

Cemetery bursting at the seams

2 weeks ago - 14 July 2021 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected] the Gammams Cemetery in Pionierspark, Covid-19 graves are now being dug into the pathway that runs between the graves and the boundary...

Oxygen tanks not responsible for hospital power failure

1 month - 30 June 2021 | Local News

Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) president Bisey Uirab refuted reports that the new oxygen tank recently installed at Windhoek Central Hospital caused a...

Pledge to pause

1 month - 29 June 2021 | Local News

There is reliable information out there about Covid-19, but many sources are deliberatelymisleading, while others bend the truth to get our attention. When misinformation spreadsit...

Help ons dokters en verpleegsters

1 month - 23 June 2021 | Local News

Windhoek [email protected] skok nuus van een Windhoeker dat haar skoonma oorlede is, het haar aangemoedig om dokters en verpleegsters in hierdie tyd by te staan."My...

Clean-up around OKH hospital

1 month - 22 June 2021 | Local News

The area surrounding the Okahandja State Hospital was thoroughly cleaned up last weekend. The mayor, Natasha Brinkman, wrote on social media that “Okahandja will be...

Portable services via Twoobii

1 month - 15 June 2021 | Local News

The Twoobii satellite broadband service from Q-KON recently demonstrated the convenience andreliability of portable communications.The Namib Race, comprising a 1 000km race through the Namib Desert,...

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Prayer days for pandemic to...

1 month - 13 June 2021 | Local News

A committee entrusted to deal with Covid related affairs in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Namibia (ELCIN) announced that it will host a crusade to...

FAW recommits to Namibian market

1 month - 11 June 2021 | Local News

Market showing green shoots after negative impact of pandemicFor the past 27 years, FAW Trucks has been cultivating a solid reputation for providing products thatare...

Clear the SPCA shelter

1 month - 09 June 2021 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected] you were thinking of adding a four-legged friend to your family, the SPCA in Windhoek has anadoption event taking place later this...

Admit guilt or hit the...

1 month - 09 June 2021 | Local News

Employees of the Gobabis Municipality were given the opportunity to come clean if they areinvolved in any suspected cases of corruption by resigning with immediate...

CoW does a bit of...

1 month - 07 June 2021 | Local News

With the rainy season over, the City of Windhoek’s (CoW) parks division is hard at work cleaning the sidewalks, traffic islands, and traffic circles of...

Namibian vaccine fear rife

2 months ago - 02 June 2021 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected] majority of Namibians believe prayer trumps the effectiveness of vaccines, a new survey has found. According to the latest Afrobarometer results for...

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