Day: February 17, 2024

Geingob broke barriers with inclusivity: Manombe-Ncube

WINDHOEK: The late President Hage Geingob broke barriers and made it possible for a girl on crutches to present him on issues of disability, Deputy Minister of Disability Affairs, Alexia Manombe-Ncube, has said.

Paying tribute to Geingob during a can…

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Twenty COVID-19 confirmed cases reported at Rehoboth

WINDHOEK: The Ministry of Health and Social Services, has announced 20 confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Rehoboth in the Hardap Region, with the majority of the cases stemming from Dr. Lemmer High School and one from St. Joseph’s Primary School.

In an i…

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Kunene remembers ‘iconic’ Geingob

OPUWO: The late President Hage Geingob left behind a legacy of unity and economic reform, which will live on among all Namibians.

These were some of the sentiments expressed by those who attended the late president’s memorial ceremony at Opuwo in the…

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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…

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