Category: Caprivi News

  • N$13.6-m raw water pipeline project to boost  Zambezi

    N$13.6-m raw water pipeline project to boost  Zambezi

    By Simon Liseli Construction of a new state-of-the-art multi-million-dollar development, which will include  water supply infrastructure in Katima Mulilo and other parts of Zambezi region was officially launched on Thursday. The project is being managed by Namibia Water Corporation (NamWater) with the tune of N$ 13.6 million Namibian dollars. During the ground breaking ceremony ,…

  • Liswaniso clarifies construction of Lifasi Street

    Liswaniso clarifies construction of Lifasi Street

    By Simon Liseli THE Katima Mulilo Town Council’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr.Raphael Liswaniso has clarified some delays of the constructions of Lifasi Street. He responded to concerns raised by local residents of Katima Mulilo on why Lifasi Street is dragging for so long, saying that the delay is being caused by many hiccups  such as…

  • NDP expels Kalaluka from party, Katima Council seat

    NDP expels Kalaluka from party, Katima Council seat

    By Risco Lumamezi The National Democratic Party (NDP) has expelled its Local Authority Councillor, Watson Kalaluka from the party and recalled him from serving as its representative member at the Katima Mulilo Town Council with immediate effect. NDP Secretary General Mr. Alex Linyando, told journalists during the press conference held on Friday that the decision…

  • Delayed inauguration for new Katima Magistrates’ Court annoys residents

    Delayed inauguration for new Katima Magistrates’ Court annoys residents

    By Simon Liseli The Delayed inauguration of the new state-of-the-art building for the Ministry of Justice in Katima Mulilo has sparked angers and concerns to residents on why those offices are not yet opened for use to the public.  The construction of the new building was completed almost some 5 years ago, according to the…

  • PDM donates 1000 bundles of reeds to fire-survivor

    PDM donates 1000 bundles of reeds to fire-survivor

    By Aldrin Mukendwa Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) has donated 1000 bundles of reeds to a 98-year-old lady, the fire survivor after her court yard was caught-up with fire earlier this month. It is allegedly that Ms. Helen Mulumeli Siyusinyi (98) who hails from Chinchimani area some 68 kilometres south of Zambezi region, lost her belongings…

  • Disputes for Indunaship divides people at Sibbinda

    Disputes for Indunaship divides people at Sibbinda

    Amid factions and tribal clashing delays government programs of development By Simon Liseli and Risco Lumamezi A war of words among the descendants of Induna Sikosinyana has divided the community of Sibbinda , after Chief George Simasiku Mamili VII recognised Induna Phellem Mutwangele Mbozi as Induna Sikosinyana in November 2020. The conflicts broke-out in early…

  • German Sparkassenstiftung sponsors training to SMEs in Katima

    German Sparkassenstiftung sponsors training to SMEs in Katima

    By Risco Lumamezi   German Sparkassenstiftung for International Cooperation has sponsored  a 3-day training workshop to 50 Small and Medium Enterprises in Katima Mulilo recently. A training manual guide“Micro Business Game” which empowered the participants with skills and a particle  knowledge has been offered for free of charge to existing and upcoming business owners and…

  • Five UDP supporters in court for holding meeting

    Five UDP supporters in court for holding meeting

    By Risco Lumamezi FIVE (5) United Democratic Party (UDP) supporters , made their first brief appearance  in Katima Mulilo District Court on Thursday facing a charge of holding an illegal public meeting.    They were arrested by the Namibian Police on Tuesday April 25, 2023 for conducting an illegal meeting at Kalyangile, 60 kilometres west…

  • UNAM Katima Campus produces 409 graduates

    UNAM Katima Campus produces 409 graduates

    By Quinton Chimine The University of Namibia’s Katima Mulilo Campus has produced 409 graduates for 2023 graduation ceremony. Speaking at the graduation ceremony held on Thursday, Vice Chancellor of the University of Namibia, Prof. Kenneth Matengu expressed his happiness and reiterated that “University of Namibia is happy to produce 409 graduates, we are not just…

  • Ndopu urges media to be credible

    Ndopu urges media to be credible

    By Simon Liseli Chief Regional Officer, Ms. Regina Ndopu-Lubinda of Zambezi Regional Council has urged all media practitioners in Zambezi region to be ‘credible and factual’ when digesting information to the citizens. “As Regional Council, we are quite concerned that when facts are put to different media, they are truth and forward, so we are…

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