Deputy leader and chief strategist of the Landless People’s Movement (LPM), Henny Seibeb,
The Ministry of Works and Transport is considering moving the remaining 19 Zimbabwean engineers to Government flats in a bid to cut costs.
Attorney General, Sackeus Shanghala, is considering paying N$40 million to a private aviation firm, Expedite Aviation cc,
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Advocate Bience Gawanas, the newly appointed Special Adviser on Africa to the United Nations Secretary General, says she is humbled by the public’s confidence in her.
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As the country grapples with the HIV/AIDS pandemic, one family has taken it upon itself to fight the spread of the deadly virus by establishing a wellness centre in Katutura
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Zimbabweans living and working in Namibia have welcomed their President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s grassroots approach, saying that he is a visionary who is concerned about his people’s wellbeing.
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A 13-year-old boy from Limbili Combined School in the Ontunganga Circuit in Ohangwena died this week in an accidental shooting incident.
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NamPower’s N$330 million refurbishment of four units at the coal-fired Van Eck Power Station in Windhoek has come under scrutiny;
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Producers and traders in Katima Mulilo that largely depend on the Windhoek market to sell in-season perishables have been left to count the costs of a cholera
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A Windhoek woman has social networking giant, Facebook, to thank for enabling her to make contact and reunite with her 24-year-old daughter last month after 21 years apart.

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