GALZ & Goals or Tura Magic will be N$40 000 richer on Saturday if they win the Women's Super League Cup final at the NFA Technical Centre in Windhoek.
THE City of Windhoek's internal auditors have recommended that five senior officials attend a disciplinary hearing over payments linked to a controversial deal involving Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei...read more
CIVIL society organisations are enraged because amendments to the Combating of Domestic Violence Act, which were tabled in parliament last week, do not include same-sex couples.read more
THE Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture has zero tolerance for teachers or staff members accused of sexual offences against pupils, said executive director Sanet Steenkamp.read more
PRESIDENT Hage Geingob yesterday said the decision to liquidate Air Namibia was a collective Cabinet decision, which has been reaffirmed despite calls by unions and civil society organisations calling for the government to rather restructure the national airline.
OPPOSITION parliamentarians have criticised the proposed changes to Namibia's criminal procedure law which would allow suspects to strike plea bargains for shorter sentences.
PRESIDENT Hage Geingob says Swapo should be left alone to sort out its own problems.
THE Ministry of Health and Social Services overspent its Covid-19 emergency budget by about N$50 million between 13 February 2021 and yesterday, said health executive director Ben Nangombe.
NAMIBIA is set to receive about 250 000 doses of Covid-19 vaccines from China, India and the World Health Organisation's Covax Facility.
THE Hai//om San community is up in arms over a government decision to sell two farms bordering the southern part of Etosha National Park to private buyers.
THE Oshakati Town Council will evict more than 70 land grabbers, who occupied municipal land at Onawa last week.
A WINDHOEK man convicted of raping his daughter on four occasions during 2019 is due to return to court for a presentence hearing at the end of next week.
SHELLEYGAN PETERSEN and CHARMAINE NGATJIHEUE
ONLY N$2 million is left of the government's Covid-19 budget, although the health ministry maintains funding is available for the vaccine rollout.
THE Student Union of Namibia says rape accused Lukas Tsamseb, better known as 'Irivari', has the right to an education, regardless of whether or not he is guilty of an alleged rape.
BOTSWANA President Mokgweetsi Masisi is expected to visit Namibia for the second time in less than a month.
GHANA – Ghana on Wednesday became the first country to receive vaccines from Covax, a global scheme to procure and distribute free Covid-19 inoculations for poorer countries.
THE Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) on Tuesday announced the government will enact a sex offenders' register before 31 March 2022 following PDM member of parliament Winnie Moongo's proposal to establish such a register on 7 October last year.
AT least 67 workers of the Namibia Industrial Development Agency (Nida) employed at the Naute irrigation project in the //Kharas region were injured, some serious, when a tractor's trailer carrying them overturned on Tuesday afternoon.
BUSINESSMAN Olavi Hamutumwa's company was paid N$800 000 as a 'facilitation fee' to secure a fishing quota from a state-owned fishing agency of which the board was led by Tobie Aupindi.