Tag: Namibia

Namibia: Mushroom Grower Dreams of Formal Market

July 20, 2021
A struggling mushroom grower in Oshikoto says he will soon start making biscuits, an addition to his existing wide range of products such as soup, dried mushrooms and seeds. This … Read More The post Namibia: Mushroom Grower Dreams of Formal Market appeared first on Black Politics. https://blackpolitics.org/namibia-mushroom-grower-dreams-of-formal-market/

Namibia: Statement by His Excellency Dr. Hage G. Geingob on the Occassion of The 31st Covid-19 Public Briefing On The National Response Measures

July 19, 2021
Windhoek — Fellow Namibians, good morning. The country has crossed two significant milestones over the past 14-day observance period. We have exceeded 100,000 cumulative cases and over 2,000 deaths have … Read More The post Namibia: Statement by His Excellency Dr. Hage G. Geingob on the Occassion of The 31st Covid-19 Public Briefing On The

Namibia: Genocide – Listen to the Cries of the Descendants

June 4, 2021
The unfolding debate regarding an agreement reached between Namibia and Germany over the colonial-era massacres of mainly the Nama and Ovaherero people has enjoyed prominent coverage in the mainstream media, and has been a major talking point on social media platforms. Traditional leaders from the affected communities are, however, deeply divided on the agreement and

Namibia: Statement by Dr. Kalumbi Shangula On The Occasion Of The 28th Covid-19 Briefing

May 29, 2021
Windhoek — Announcement of Amendments to Public Health Covid 19 General Regulations: Public And Environmental Health Act, 2015: Minister Of Health And Social Services. 1.    As the nation has been informed, our President, H. E. Dr Hage G. Geingob and the First Lady Monica Geingos, tested positive for COVID-19. For this reason, the President will

Namibia: Napwu Accuses NBC of Malice

May 20, 2021
Namibia Public Workers Union (Napwu) says Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) does not have the workers’ best interest at heart, as they are not putting their plight first. According to Napwu’s general secretary Petrus Nevonga, NBC cannot cite budgetary constraints or scarce funds as reasons to not pay their employees their wage increment when management paid

Namibia: South African Artists Detained At Walvis Bay

May 9, 2021
Three South African artists were denied entry into the country at Walvis Bay on Friday night for allegedly faking Covid-19 results. The artists who disembarked from a flight from Johannesburg with alleged falsified Covid-19 tests are Obakeng kekaba, Given M Eke ID and Johannes Legodi. They were refused entry through the immigration department. The trio

Namibia to Host United Nations World Tourism Organization Regional Conference in June

May 6, 2021
Namibia will host the United Nations World Tourism Organization Regional Conference on Strengthening Brand Africa for the Swift Recovery of the Tourism Sector from the 14 to 16 June in Windhoek. The United Nations World Tourism Regional Director for Africa, Ms. Elcia Grandcourt, has been present in Namibia this past week undertaking a planning mission

Namibia: Simon Notches Up 14th Victory

May 3, 2021
Harry Simon Junior put his recent troubles behind him to notch up a 14th consecutive professional victory against Dominikus Weyulu at the Nampower Convention Centre on Saturday night. Two weeks ago the MTC Nestor Sunshine Tobias Boxing Academy terminated Simon’s contract due to íll-discipline’, but Immanuel Moses of AC Promotions immediately stepped in to sign

Namibia: Opposition, PM Differ On Corruption

April 9, 2021
Opposition lawmakers vented their anger at Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila on Wednesday after she delivered a ministerial statement outlining the government’s efforts in fighting corruption and the measures the authorities had taken to address the problem. In her statement, Kuugongelwa-Amadhila said government’s commitment to fighting corruption was evident in robust laws, systems and institutions established

Namibia: 5 Reasons to Save the Okavango Delta

March 31, 2021
Saving the Okavango Delta – an African treasure Last year, news that a Canadian oil and gas exploration company, ReconAfrica, planned the go-ahead with fracking in some of Africa’s most sensitive environmental areas sent shockwaves all over the world. The gas giant indicated that it planned to begin oil exploration in the Namibian headwaters of
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