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Flickswitch to deliver Enterprise SIM management on MTC Namibia
Mobile Telecommunications Limited Namibia has reached an Agreement with Flickswitch International to launch a business SIM management service in Namibia. Chief Human Capital and Corporate Affairs Officer at MTC Tim Ekandjo said, “With this partnership with Flickswitch we firmly believe that it (...)
[IT News Africa] 20/02/2017

Africa: Harsh Measures to Protect the Pangolin
[Namibian] SATURDAY is World Pangolin Day, a day dedicated to the pangolin, the scaly mammal that has been recognised as the most trafficked animal in the world.
[AllAfrica] 17/02/2017

Namibia: Activist Seeks Help for People With Disabilities
[Namibian] A YOUNG man at Walvis Bay is appealing for help to support people with disabilities at Walvis Bay.
[AllAfrica] 17/02/2017

Zimbabwe: Namibian Embassy to the Rescue As Mugabe Envoy's Car Breaks Down
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWEAN diplomats in Europe are using battered cars with some relying on fellow African envoys' transport to attend business, a government report has revealed.
[AllAfrica] 14/02/2017

Namibia: President Hage Geingob's Friend Jack Huang Arrested
[Namibian] Chinese millionaire Jack Huang, President Hage Geingob's business partner and friend, was arrested yesterday in connection with the N$3,5 billion tax evasion, fraud and money laundering case unfolding in the courts.
[AllAfrica] 13/02/2017

Namibia: Days of Old Identity Cards Numbered
[Namibian] Home affairs minister Pendukeni Iivula-Ithana has reminded the public that the South West Africa identity documents will not be considered as legal after 31 March.
[AllAfrica] 13/02/2017

Namibia: Uutoni Loses on Tenth Round TKO
[Namibian] JAFET Uutoni lost his world title eliminator against Angel Acosta on Saturday night on a tenth round technical knockout after the referee stopped the fight 1:01 into the round.
[AllAfrica] 12/02/2017

Namibia: Notorious Gang Arrested
[Namibian] WINDHOEK City Police yesterday arrested eight members of a notorious gang that has been terrorising members of the public in the areas between Eveline Street and Monte Christo road in Greenwell Matongo and Havana, (...)
[AllAfrica] 10/02/2017

Namibia: Chopper Crash Caused By Weather and Pilot Error
[Namibian] A FATAL helicopter crash near Windhoek in April last year was caused by a combination of poor visibility in cloudy conditions and errors by the pilot of the aircraft, it has been concluded in the official accident investigation (...)
[AllAfrica] 10/02/2017

Namibia: Govt Supports Collective Withdrawal From ICC
[Namibian] INTERNATIONAL relations minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah says Namibia fully supports Africa's collective withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC) as decided by African leaders last week.
[AllAfrica] 09/02/2017

Botswana: Met issues floods alert in Botswana
Gaborone, Botswana (PANA) – Botswana’s meteorological services has issued a floods alert, saying the country’s Gantsi district in the western part bordering Namibia could be affected. Environment
[Panapress] 08/02/2017

Namibia: Seven Namibian Boxers On World Rankings
[Namibian] NAMIBIAN boxing continues to excel on the international stage with seven boxers now rated amongst the top 10 in the world in their various weight categories.
[AllAfrica] 08/02/2017

Namibia: Rape Cases On the Rise
[Namibian] AS of yesterday, 13 rape cases had been reported in the Ohangwena region alone since the beginning of this year.
[AllAfrica] 07/02/2017

Namibia: First Lady Calls for Sexual Education in Schools
[Namibian] First Lady Monica Geingos has called on schools to include sexual education in their curriculum and to empower young women about their sexual rights.
[AllAfrica] 05/02/2017

Ethiopia: AU Summit leaders impressed at growth of democracy in Africa
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (PANA) - African leaders met for the first time on Saturday in several months to review the progress of democracy in five member states taking part in the good governance platform, the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), which got a new boost with Namibia’s membership. (...)
[Panapress] 28/01/2017

Namibia: Two More Chinese Nationals in Court Over Rhino Horns
[Namibian] ANOTHER two Chinese nationals caught in possession of rhino horns last Thursday will appear in the Windhoek Magistrate's Court today.
[AllAfrica] 23/01/2017

Namibia: Govt Tells Gambia's Jammeh to Accept Defeat
[Namibian] NAMIBIA yesterday said embattled former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh must accept defeat.
[AllAfrica] 20/01/2017

Namibia: Professional Hunters Welcome China's Ivory Ban
[Namibian] THE Namibian Professional Hunting Association (Napha) has welcomed the decision by China to ban ivory trade and processing by the end of 2017.
[AllAfrica] 16/01/2017

Namibia: Locals Spend 10 Days Without Water
[New Era] Windhoek -The Erongo Regional Council says inadequate rainfall in Uis and Khorixas has contributed to boreholes running dry.
[AllAfrica] 11/01/2017

Namibia: Can Germany Be Made to Pay Up for Namibian Genocide?
[Daily Maverick] It's known as the "first genocide of the 20th century": the extermination of tens of thousands of Namibian people by the German Empire as punishment for a revolt against colonial rule. Now, their descendants say it's payback time - but domestic and international politics are (...)
[AllAfrica] 10/01/2017

Namibia: Berlin Unruffled By U.S. Lawsuit On Colonial-Era Genocide
[Deutsche Welle] Namibian indigenous groups filed a lawsuit against Germany in a US court on Thursday, demanding compensation for genocide by German colonial troops in the early 1900s. Berlin appears unperturbed.
[AllAfrica] 07/01/2017

Namibia: Indigenous Groups Sue Germany Over Genocide
[Al Jazeera] Two indigenous groups in Namibia have filed a lawsuit against Germany accusing it of genocide committed by colonial rulers more than a century ago.
[AllAfrica] 07/01/2017

US court hears lawsuit over Namibia genocide
US court hears lawsuit over Namibia genocide
Descendants of the Herero and Nama are suing Germany for what they called a genocide campaign in the early 1900s that led to more than 100 000 deaths.
[IOL] 05/01/2017

Namibia: 'Speeding' Cop Hits Civilian
[Namibian] A NAMIBIAN police traffic officer stationed at the Keetmanshoop roadblock faces both criminal and disciplinary charges after he hit a civilian last Thursday.
[AllAfrica] 05/01/2017

Namibia: Teacher Shortage Affects Learner Performance
[New Era] Windhoek -Minister of Education, Arts and Culture Katrina Hanse-Himarwa has tasked a team to engage the Namibia Student Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) to consider certain subjects areas as priority for awarding loans or scholarships to prospective students, interested in furthering (...)
[AllAfrica] 05/01/2017

Namibia: Family Loses 300 Cattle in One Year
[Namibian] ONE family in the Otjimbingwe area appears to have experienced a sizeable fortune die-off as a result of prolonged extreme drought conditions during 2016.
[AllAfrica] 05/01/2017

Namibia: Former Brave Warriors Team Medic Charged Over Rhino Killings
[Namibian] FORMER Brave Warriors football team medic Gerson Kandjii and two other men arrested over the killing of two rhinoceroses at a farm in the Gobabis district shortly before Christmas are due to make a first appearance in the Gobabis Magistrate's Court early next (...)
[AllAfrica] 04/01/2017

Mauritius: Mauritius Holds Air Service Negotiations With 12 Countries
[Government of Mauritius] Mauritius had air service negotiations with 12 countries, namely, Brazil, Canada, Cambodia, Côte d'Ivoire, Greece, India, Republic of Korea, Namibia, Poland, the Seychelles, Spain, and United Republic of Tanzania, initialed nine Bilateral Air Services Agreements, and (...)
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