German businesspersons eye Namibian market


A German five-member business delegation from nine companies visited Namibia this week to explore business opportunities with their local counterparts.

In a statement issued here Commercial Councillor at the German Embassy in Namibia, Ullrich Kinne said the businesspersons were in Namibia from 21 to 22 November to look for business opportunities in the mining and infrastructure sectors.

China donates N.dollars 610 000 towards drought relief


The Chinese embassy in Namibia has donated N.dollars 610 000 to the Namibian National Disaster Emergency Fund.

The contribution follows a pledge by China’s President, Xi Jinping, to provide more than N.dollars 2 billion to drought affected African countries at last year’s sixth Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) Summit.

Speaking at the handing over ceremony in the capital on Tuesday, China’s ambassador to Namibia, Wu Wei said his president is greatly concerned about the poor harvest caused by El Niño in many African countries, including Namibia.

National Council resumes last session for 2016


About four bills passed in the National Assembly (NA) will be reviewed and debated in the National Council (NC) starting on Tuesday.

The NC resumed its last session for 2016 on Monday during which the Appropriation Amendment Bill; Customs and Excise Amendment Bill; Namibia Special Risks Insurance Association Bill; and Industrial Development Agency Bill were introduced.

Festive Season Road Safety Campaign launch at Rundu


The launch of the 2016/17 Festive Season Road Safety Campaign signals the beginning of stringent road safety collaborations to minimize carnage on Namibian roads.

Launching the annual campaign in Rundu on Sunday, Acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Motor Vehicle Accident Fund (MVA), Fanuel Uugwanga said in 2016, Namibia lost 597 people and injured 6 073 in 3 536 road accidents.

“The question is, are we winning the fight against road carnage,” he asked at the launch that also marked the observance of World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims.

Swakopmund to host first national HIV/Aids conference


The first-ever national HIV/Aids conference will take place in Swakopmund from 28 to 30 November.

The national steering committee announced at a media conference here on Wednesday that it will take place at the Vineta Sports Stadium.

The theme is ‘Together we are ending HIV/Aids in Namibia’.

Health Director for the Erongo Region, Jeremia Nghipundjwa said the conference will provide an opportunity to build on past achievements by sharing information on new interventions.

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