Rundu Mayor calls for better results at RTC


Rundu Mayor, Verna Sinimbo, wants better results for the town's development activities and thus a fundamental shift is needed in how the council operates, she said.

Referencing President Hage Geingob's New Year's message, which labelled 2018 as "the year of reckoning," Sinimbo made the remarks during the Rundu Town Council (RTC)'s opening meeting for the year which was attended by many of the council?s stakeholders.

More than 100 water tanks to be provided to Whk informal settlements


The City of Windhoek (CoW) and NamWater will provide 105 mobile water tanks to Windhoek informal settlements by early February.

In an interview with Nampa on Tuesday, the City's acting Corporate Communications Officer, Scheifert Shigwedha said they will temporarily provide the informal settlements with potable water in response to the Hepatitis E outbreak.

"The conditions of the outbreak mostly related to hygiene, in which potable water plays an important role," he said.

NSFAF new board inaugurated


The new board of directors of the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) was inaugurated here on Wednesday.

It includes Jerome Mutumba as its chairperson, deputised by Christina Swart-Opperman.

Other members include Stephen Tjiuoro, Ananias Abner, Adda Angula, Natascha Cheikhyoussef, Isak Neema and Tulimeke Munyika.

Making the announcement at the inauguration at a media briefing in the capital, Minister of Higher Education, Training and Innovation Itah Kandjii-Murangi said the board is expected to provide clear, effective guidance and leadership to the affairs of NSFAF.

Mnangagwa invites Zimbabweans to return home


President Emmerson Mnangagwa has invited Zimbabwean nationals living in Namibia to return home and rebuild their country's economy.

Mnangagwa said this while addressing a business forum for Zimbabweans in Namibia during his one-day visit to the country here on Monday.

He said his government had created a conducive environment for Zimbabweans to seize various economic opportunities, contribute to the economy and make the country more prosperous.

Hundreds grab land in Goreangab


The Namibian Police Force had to intervene on Monday to stop about 250 people from grabbing land in the Goreangab informal settlement in Windhoek.

People started demarcating plots of land Sunday night and on Monday were busy clearing the land and erecting poles near Penduka.

One of the land grabbers, Tlorencia Tjeriunga told the media they have been waiting for the municipality to avail the land to them since 2016, when people also attempted to settle in the area illegally.

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