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A daily battle for survival

2 weeks ago - 31 July 2019 | Local News

A struggling family of 13 in Kavango West, who survive solely on the pension grant of the head of the house, is pleading for support.Ewi lyaNooli came across Kambinda Musheshe (70) and his family at...

Consultation is key, says Mbambo

2 weeks ago - 31 July 2019 | Local News

Kavango East regional governor Samuel Mbambo says consultation among stakeholders should be made a priority when planning and implementing community projects.Mbambo made the remark during his 2018/19 State of the Region Address (SORA), in which...

Face-to-face with poverty

1 month - 26 June 2019 | Local News

A family of four from Shiwandamo village in the Rundu Rural constituency is living in abject poverty, a situation that has been exacerbated by the ongoing drought.Ewi lyaNooli recently came across Thadeus Sinonge (48) and...

Unhappiness over beneficiary registrations

1 month - 26 June 2019 | Local News

A decision by government to exclude households with a combined income of more than N$2 600 from getting drought assistance has been heavily criticised.It is being argued that not all working people support their families,...

Ex-Cuba students plan social gathering

1 month - 26 June 2019 | Local News

Namibians who studied in Cuba during the liberation struggle will hold a social gathering at Grootfontein on 13 July.The gathering is aimed at generating funds to assist vulnerable Namibians and maintaining good relationships and friendships...

A neglected region

1 month - 26 June 2019 | Local News

Kavango West is faced with many challenges, including planned capital projects not materialising and others being abandoned by contractors that are not held accountable.Kavango West...

Carving a living

1 month - 26 June 2019 | Local News

A 44-year-old man, who has been a wood-carver for most of his life, says this is the only way he can take care of his...

Taya lumbu moluhepo olunene

1 month - 26 June 2019 | Local News

Ewi lyaNooli olya tsakanene naThadeus Sinonge (48) opamwe nomukulukadhi gwe Lucia Kampanza mboka yahokolola nkene taya mono iihuna kehe esiku omolwa oluhepo ndoka taya lumbu...

Shaping the future

1 month - 26 June 2019 | Local News

A kindergarten has finally been established in the Omundaungilo San community, which offers pre-primary education.According to kindergarten teacher Ester Nghitotelwa, the school started last year...

Library Day celebrated

1 month - 26 June 2019 | Local News

The Oshana regional library celebrated Library Day 2019 recently at Eluwa Special School in Ongwediva, with the aim of also celebrating the Day of the...

Community demands services

2 months ago - 29 May 2019 | Local News

Some disgruntled villagers in Mashare constituency demand access to basic services such clean drinking water and electricity, saying they have been patient for too long.The...

Catholic Church establishes Oshakati Diocese

2 months ago - 29 May 2019 | Local News

The Roman Catholic Church (RCC) in Namibia is dividing its Windhoek Diocese into two dioceses by establishing the Oshakati Diocese, based at Ongwediva.Construction of the...

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Community demands services

8 months ago - 28 November 2018 | Local News

The residents of Rundu continue to express their disappointment and frustration towards council, which is accused of failing to provide basic services. Rundu is one...

Eenhana benefits from twinning agreement

8 months ago - 28 November 2018 | Local News

The town council of Eenhana is counting its benefits from the twinning agreement with the city of Harelbeke in Belgium.These range from local economic development...

REACH-Namibia reviving slowly but surely

8 months ago - 28 November 2018 | Local News

The once abandoned Reformed Evangelical Anglican Church of Namibia (REACH-Namibia), also known as the Church of England in Namibia, is slowly picking up.According REACH-Namibia vicar-general...

Long-awaited ­Uuvudhiya clinic soon a...

9 months ago - 31 October 2018 | Local News

The Oshana regional councillor for Uuvudhiya constituency, Amutenya Ndahafa, has welcome a decision by the health ministry to establish a clinic in his constituency, saying...

Rural women benefit from traditional...

9 months ago - 31 October 2018 | Local News

Many rural women in the north are hard at work to earn an income and provide for their household needs.Maria Simeon-Nghiitombo (71) from Eembidi village...

Laziness attracts poverty

9 months ago - 31 October 2018 | Local News

A group of women who sell traditional clay pots along the Oshakati – Okahao main road say they are not prepared to sit idle at...

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