BERNARD Parker scored twice to earn Kaizer Chiefs a 2-1 win at SuperSport United on Sunday that lifted the famed Soweto club five places to fifth in the South African Premiership.
CHARMAINE NGATJIHEUE and JAMES JAMU
MICHAEL Kufuna grew up outside Mbambi, deep in the Kavango West region, not far from the Angolan border.
Independent Patriots for Change (IPC) Swakopmund members and supporters are summoning party president Panduleni Itula to the town.
The Ajeeko Med Trading company has offered to give a three day first aid training to four workers of the Ruach Elohim Foundation in Swakopmund.
Three people who were arrested for alledgedly stealing medicine at a Rundu clinic were granted bail in the Rundu Magistrate's Court on Friday.
Ministry of Health and Social Services has decided to discontinue the administration of the Sputnik V vaccine in Namibia.
ESCALATE Investments board chairperson Fluksman Samuehl on Friday said St Mary's Odibo High School near Oshikango should reconsider its purpose.
THE People's Litigation Centre (PLC) says it is consulting with student organisations, students and Namibia Student Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) beneficiaries to determine the possibility of legal action after the fund threatened to publish the names of loan defaulters in newspapers from 25 October.
DEPUTY prime minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah on Friday inaugurated a new boundary fence and maternal shelter at St Mary's Mission Odibo near Oshikango.
The Oranjemund Town Council launched its investment policy on Wednesday.
The Metal and Allied Namibian Workers Union (Manwu) leadership held a two-day meeting in Windhoek to review its policies and align them to current technological, social, and economical developments.
A Windhoek female police officer was allegedly murdered by her boyfriend on Friday morning at the couple's home in 7de Laan.
ALLEGED leaders of a transnational Nigerian syndicate were arrested by the Hawks and United States (US) law-enforcement officials in a massive operation in Cape Town at dawn on Tuesday.
EIGHT alleged leaders of a so-called Nigerian romance scam, who appeared in court in Cape Town this week, face extradition and the possibility of 42 years in a United States (US) federal prison.
SECURITY guards at Nkasa Security Services say they have not been paid for the past three to six months.
DURING the height of the third wave of Covid-19 infections and deaths in Namibia, Ruzanne Mouton, a nurse, says she lived in constant fear of taking the virus home.