A REHOBOTH resident who was sent to prison two months ago after she admitted that she killed her abusive common law husband has regained her freedom through an appeal heard in the Windhoek High Court yesterday.
WINDHOEK, Namibia, June 18 -- The Ministry of Health and Social Services is in the process of soliciting the services of private persons with the required skills to assist with the reviewing of medicines' application dossiers in the country.
WINDHOEK, Namibia, June 18 -- Air Namibia has announced that it will receive two Airbus A330-200 aircraft from France later this year, Namibia's press agency, Nampa, reported.
Various charitable organisations including the Winter Knights Campaign 2012 took to the streets of Windhoek, Swakopmund and Walvis Bay last week to collect donations of food, blankets and money for those who are in need of warmth this winter.
ALMA Tobias went to Oshakati State Hospital in 2003 for a straightforward surgery to remove a growth under her armpit.
THE Swapo youth league secretary, Elijah Ngurare, has escaped the latest attempt to oust him from the party after several senior leaders trained their guns on him at Friday's heated Central Committee meeting, calling the youth organisation indisciplined and divisive.
TRANSNAMIB directors and management seem to have no qualms about squandering what little credibility was left after years of the parastatal's mismanagement.
Embittered president of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, Alhaji Aminu Maigari has berated the Super Eagles players for rejecting a lash in their match bonus at a time the federation is battling to keep afloat over its lean resources.
More than a dozen designers took part in the event showcasing chic but affordable clothing in Malawi, a conservative country where women were banned from wearing pants and miniskirts until 1994.
RACISM is a scourge. No doubt about that. But is it the biggest problem our country faces? Not in my view.
SMS Of The Day *THE Keetmanshoop Town Council must wake up. They are like 'Rip van Winkel'.
MAKE no mistake, we will help you pack and go. - Prime Minister Hage Geingob said during a statement made in the National Assembly saying establishments like Buffalo's Bar, where a young Namibian man was allegedly attacked earlier this month because of the colour of his skin, should be closed down for good.
Nigeria's football team went on strike on Thursday, refusing to leave their hotel in Namibia and missing a flight to Brazil where they are supposed to compete in the Confederations Cup, which gets underway at the weekend.