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Ondangwa Expo set for end of April

ONDANGWA: The 11th edition of the Ondangwa Expo will take place at the end of April this year.

Ondangwa Town Council spokesperson Petrina Shitalangaho-Mutikisha told Nampa in an interview on Thursday that the expo is scheduled for 30 April to 04 May …

MultiChoice Namibia to broadcast Geingob funeral across Africa

WINDHOEK: MultiChoice Namibia has announced that it will open channels screening the late President Hage Geingob’s memorial service and funeral, up to the rest of the African continent this weekend.

‘This gesture is a way to honour the profound legac…

Power supply to Ariamsvlei, Noordoewer still not restored

WINDHOEK: Power supply to Ariamsvlei, Noordoewer, and the surrounding areas will only be restored by Saturday, NamPower has announced.

The Namibia Power Corporation earlier this week said the affected areas have been without electricity since Sunday …

Business fraternity remembers Geingob

WINDHOEK: The late Dr Hage Geingob was a visionary leader who understood the crucial role business played in the economic growth and building of opportunities for the people of Namibia.

This is how the Namibian business fraternity will remember Presi…

MUN says it’s committed to job security of its members

RUNDU: The Mineworkers Union of Namibia (MUN) said it is committed to job security for its members.

General secretary and administrative head of MUN, George Ampweya in a media statement issued here on Monday wrote that MUN is committed, as it has bee…

Over 400 people volunteer to cultivate OTA crop field

OMUTSEGWONDJABA: The Ondonga Traditional Authority (OTA)’s spokesperson, Enkali Frans, has expressed delight over an increase in the volunteers for cultivating on the OTA’s crop field.

This year, OTA received 420 volunteers compared to 320 they recei…