Clips were circulating on social media this week of an 'After Tears' party in northern Namibia, where mourners, most clad in black, were seen partying under the guise of celebrating the life of the deceased ....
Former and current Olympians in Namibia have attended an athletes ambassador workshop that looks to improve on their media relations and personal brand building skills ... "The Namibia Athletes' Commission realised the importance of making athletes aware of the media pressures out ...
In the meantime, in his response to an inquiry from a local media outlet, the central bank’s spokesperson, Kazembire Zemburuka, asserts that as Namibia’s sole issuer of legal tender, the BON “does not recognise, support and recommend the possession, utilisation and trading of cryptocurrencies by members of the public.”.
The petition is being spearheaded by politician Kazenambo Kazenambo together with other members of the affected groups. Speaking to the media, Kazenambo said the current agreement which seeks to compensate Namibia with 1.3 billion U.S ... "The current agreement will not bring closure or restorative justice to the affected communities ... .
Read full article. ANI... Representative Image. Windhoek [Namibia], June 10 (ANI/Xinhua) ... Speaking to the media, Kazenambo said the current agreement which seeks to compensate Namibia with 1.3 billion US dollars and a public apology is a blatant disregard of the human rights of the Namibian people and undermines the lives of the people who were killed ... .
At least eight schools in central Namibia have been closed due a sharp increase in Covid-19 cases, Namibian media reported on Tuesday ... According to radio station Eagle FM Namibia’s report, the leader of ... Namibia recorded the highest number of daily Covid-19 cases at 717 on June 3.
Berlin — Germany apologised on Friday for its role in the slaughter of Herero and Nama tribespeople in Namibia more than a century ago and officially described the massacre as “genocide” for the first time, as it agreed to fund projects worth over a billion euros ... Namibian media ...
“That includes our naming the events of the German colonial era in today’s Namibia, and particularly the atrocities between 1904 and 1908, unsparingly and without euphemisms ... “When German president Frank-Walter Steinmeier comes to Namibia to render the apology we will embarrass him,” he told local media.
RUSTENBURG – The high court in Windhoek reserved judgment on whether same sex marriages concluded in other countries are recognised in Namibia or not, local media reported on Friday ... In April the Windhoek High Court dismissed the couple’s application to allow their twin daughters born through surrogacy to enter Namibia.
On our radar ...India ... Namibia. Germany will pay reparations and formally apologise for a colonial-era genocide committed in Namibia after an agreement was reached between the two countries. The deal, reported by German media, will see development projects implemented for the descendants of some 75,000 Herero and Nama people killed between 1904 and 1908.
• The twin infant daughters of the couple can now travel to Namibia... get them travel documents to enter Namibia was rejected by the government ... Local media portals also add that there are also no specific legal guidelines regarding surrogacy in Namibia.
Rustenberg - A 26-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly using a teenager to smuggled drugs to her trial-waiting boyfriend at a state hospital, Namibia media reported on Friday ... She told the boy to put the dagga in a toilet and leave immediately, daily newspaper The Namibian reported ... The woman was arrested later on the same day (Monday).
MAJOR announces the appointment of CrushPlant Namibia as its new aggregate and mining screen media authorised dealer in Africa. CrushPlant Namibia will serve customers in Namibia, Africa. The company will offer MAJOR’s screen media solutions, including FLEX-MAT high-vibration wire screens in tensioned and modular versions.
NamibiaMediaProfessionalsUnion secretary-general, Sakeus Iikela, highlighted the need for an improved and conducive working environment for journalists in Namibia and the broader African continent... However, some media houses in Namibia are guilty of subjecting the journalists to meager wages and poor working conditions.