KLM will bring new tourists from Europe: Legre


The management of KLM Royal Dutch airlines has promised to bring new tourists and investors from all parts of Europe to Namibia.

Air France KLM’s Senior Vice President, Frank Legre told Nampa on Monday during the inauguration of a flight between Amsterdam and Windhoek at Hosea Kutako International Airport.

Legre said Airbus A330-200 with 243 passenger seats will operate from Amsterdam via Luanda to Windhoek, three days a week- Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.

“We are very optimistic that we will make good business in Namibia,” he said.

More 'struggle kids' to join trip to Angola


The group of “struggle kids” currently camping at the Swapo office at the Okandjengedi settlement in the Oshana Region have also decided to go to Angola.

Speaking to Nampa on Saturday, one of the group’s spokespersons Willem Jonas stated that they will also be turning in their Namibian identification before returning to Angola.

This comes after the group at the Ndilimani Cultural Troupe farm north of Windhoek, made the decision to return their Namibian IDs to the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration and go to Angola earlier in the week.

Two murder cases reported over weekend


A 22-year-old man died after being stabbed during a fight in Windhoek Sunday morning.

The Namibian Police Force (NamPol)’s Head of Media Relations, Chief Inspector Kauna Shikwambi told members of the media here on Sunday the man was stabbed with a kitchen knife in Nabot Elao Nafidi Street in Okahandja Park.

It is alleged that the victim, who was accompanied by the suspect (age unknown), returned from a bar when an argument broke out. The two men were on their way home when the suspect ran into a house, grabbed a knife and stabbed his victim in the neck.

Geingob orders special Cabinet meeting on phosphate mining


A special Cabinet meeting will take place on 07 November when a strategic decision on marine phosphate mining off the Namibian coast in the Atlantic Ocean will be taken.

Secretary to Cabinet, George Simataa made the announcement in a media statement on Thursday, which said President Hage Geingob has directed that the special Cabinet meeting be held.

Struggle kids to return IDs and go to Angola


A group of “struggle kids” based at the Ndilimani Cultural Troupe farm north of Windhoek has decided to return their Namibian identification documents (IDs) to the Ministry of Home Affairs and are planning to go to Angola.

They claim the Namibian government has gone back on its promises to provide them with jobs.

The group of about 375 youth is expected to hand over their legal documents, consisting of IDs, passports and Certificates of Registration for Citizenship by Descent to the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration on Friday before going to Angola.

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