Blogs

New Salt Processing Plant launched at Walvis Bay Salt Holdings

by editor1 / Feb 25, 2020 / 0 comments
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NAMPA

-The Walvis Bay Salt Holdings launched a new Salt Processing Plant at a cost of N$93 million.

PAWO congress set to start tomorrow in Windhoek

by editor1 / Feb 25, 2020 / 0 comments

-The Pan African Women's Organisation (PAWO) congress is set to start tomorrow in the capital.

Government urged to reconsider Hardap Dam 70% capacity moratorium

by editor1 / Feb 25, 2020 / 0 comments

-The chairperson of the Hardap Irrigation Farmers Union, Dawie de Klerk has called on the Government to reconsider a moratorium to keep the Hardap Dam at a 70% level of its capacity.

Cybercrime and Data Protection workshop underway in Windhoek

by editor1 / Feb 25, 2020 / 0 comments

-Governments are in the process of passing and implementing new laws to ensure higher standards for software security and data privacy,

MIRCO Deputy Minister says increased trade can enhance African unity

by editor1 / Feb 25, 2020 / 0 comments
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NAMPA

-The promotion of African unity can be enhanced, if African countries trade among one another.

NUNW concerned about continuous job-losses in the fishing industry

by editor1 / Feb 25, 2020 / 0 comments
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NAMPA

-The vice-president of the National Union of Namibia Workers (NUNW), has expressed grave concern on the continuous job-losses in the fishing industry.

Vandalism hinders MTC's goal of achieving 100% network coverage

by editor1 / Feb 25, 2020 / 0 comments
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NAMPA

-Vandalism of the Mobile Telecommunications (MTC) towers by some members of the public is hindering the telecommunication company's goal of achieving close to 100% network coverage.

NAMPOL's top brass gather in Erongo to review performance

by editor1 / Feb 25, 2020 / 0 comments

-Namibian Police Force's (NAMPOL) top brass are gathered in the Erongo Region to review past performance, look at the negative impact of limited resources on the force's delivery of service and other pertinent issues.

Projects worth N$2,5 billion have taken off after the Economy Revival Summit

by editor1 / Feb 25, 2020 / 0 comments
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Namibian Presidency

-The High-Level Panel on the Economy says projects worth N$2,5 billion have taken off as pledged during the Economy Revival Summit held in 2019.

Namibians should be able to write learner's license tests in their preferred languages - Mutorwa

by editor1 / Feb 25, 2020 / 0 comments
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NAMPA

-Works and Transport Minister John Mutorwa says there is a need for a policy directive to allow people who cannot read or write English to be allowed to write learner's license tests in their preferred languages.

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