Nashenda appointed as new IMBESA president

By Staff Reporter On Monday, 26 September 2022, the Inter-Regional Meeting of the Bishops of Southern Africa (IMBISA) has elected Most Rev. Archbishop Liborius Ndumbukuti Nashenda O.M.I as their new president. At a fully packed event filled with cultural and religious performances at Safari Hotel, Dom Josè Manuel Imbamba of Angola was installed as vice president and Bishop Rudolf Nyandoro […]

Headon collision victims identified

By Anely Shitangi  Tsumeb – The people that died in head on collision car accident between Tsumeb and Otavi on Sunday afternoon are finally identified as Michael Shishiive Holongo 36, Martha Shishive 36, Flora Sheendelwako 5, Ferdina Sheendelwako 3 and Leticia Martin 2. All the deceased were travelling in VW Polo Sedan and their next of kin are informed and the […]

The Use Of Candles As a Source Of Light For Studying Is Now A History

Three schools in the Ohangwena, Omusati, and Kunene regions recently received a donation from the Capricorn Foundation that included 671 solar lamps to make studying at home safe, effective, and possible.   With most learners in rural Namibia residing in shacks, learning after school is almost impossible due to long distances, household chores, or lack of electricity, among others.   The first […]

Swakopmund celebrated its 130th birthday

By Enny Iita Swakopmund, one of Namibia’s oldest towns yesterday celebrated 130 years of existence. Month-long festivities and activities including special exhibitions, creative and artistic plays, sports, youth talent shows and markets officially kicked off yesterday as part of the celebration. The birthday event was open to all residents and visitors from all around Namibia and abroad in recognition of […]

The Parliamentary Standing Committee Kicked Off Its Oversight Visit In Zambezi Region

The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Constitutional and Legal Affairs kicked off its oversight visits in Zambezi Region yesterday. Members of the delegation are, Hon. Paula Kooper, Herlinde Tjiveza, Hon. Reiginald Diergaardt led by the Chaiperson of the Committee,Hon. Kletus Karondo. The Committee was briefed on the achievements and progress, as well as the constraints and challenges faced by traditional authorities […]

High Unemployment Rate Because Of Namibian School Curriculum

By Enny Iita President Hage Geingob Says That the Country Is Experiencing a High Unemployment Rate Because Of Namibian School Curriculum. PRESIDENT Hage Geingob blames the Namibian school curriculum for a high unemployment rate. Geingob said this during a meeting with United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) director for eastern and southern regions, Mohamed Moustapha Malich Fall, at State […]