Geingob throws suprise party for State House employees


President Hage Geingob hosted a surprise year-end function for State House employees last Thursday.

Over 150 people, including employees from the office of the vice-president, prime minister, and the two former presidents attended the function at State House.

Geingob said the event was organised to thank the employees for the commitment, support and hard work they have shown throughout the year.

He applauded those present for still being in their offices, noting that December is the time when Namibians do not want to work as they are in "holiday mode".

Namibia good in disability affairs, but could improve


UN Resident Coordinator and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative to Namibia, Anita Kiki Gbeho said Namibia has been at the forefront in its involvement on matters concerning people living with disabilities.

Gbeho was speaking at this year's commemoration of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, held in Keetmanshoop on Wednesday.

Namibia condemns US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel capital


Namibia has condemned the decision by United States of America (US) president, Donald Trump, to recognise Jerusalem as the capital city of Israel.

On Wednesday, Trump recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital and announced plans to relocate the US Embassy.

A statement issued on Thursday by the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation (MIRC) said the Trump Administration's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital city of Israel is a flagrant violation of international law, specifically the General Assembly Resolution 181 of 1947 and Security Council 242 of 1967.

Urgent action needed to reduce TB prevalence: Dienda


The Namibian Tuberculosis (TB) Caucus on Wednesday called for urgent action from all stakeholders towards the reduction of TB infections in Namibia.

Chairperson of the Namibian TB Caucus, Elma Dienda said through a media statement issued Wednesday that new worrying data commissioned by the Global TB Caucus outlines the extent of the human and economic cost which will result from inaction in addressing the TB epidemic.

NCCI aims to drive Nam as SADC logistics hub


The Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) is aiming at establishing National Agenda Committees (NACs) in the near future, according to its president, Sven Thieme.

Thieme announced this during the NCCI's 2017 National Council Meeting held on Thursday in the capital.

"The NACs will be the premier thought-leadership groups of the chamber which will spur new thinking on strategic economic issues and provide private sector input to the National Reform Agenda," he said.

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