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  • Tubazumbe accuses state justice for dismissing his claim

    Tubazumbe accuses state justice for dismissing his claim

    By Risco Lumamezi A 39-year-old Namibian male , Mr. Midrix Sinvula Tubazumbe is accusing the state justice system for dismissing his claim of N$ 900,000 for his loss of income , malicious prosecution, physical, psychological and emotional pain and trauma,  and damages for defamation. Mr. Tubazumbe told Caprivi Vision that He took nine (9) months…

  • Sibbinda Councillor Clarifies Delay of Zambezi Development Centre

    Sibbinda Councillor Clarifies Delay of Zambezi Development Centre

    By Simon Liseli SIBBINDA Constituency Councillor, Micky Lukaezi has clarified some issues concerning the Zambezi Development Centre situated at Masokotwani area South of Zambezi. This comes after residents around the region realised that the center has dragged for quiet some years and want to know more from the Constituency Councillor on why it is taking…

  • UN should consider the total freedom of Caprivians

    UN should consider the total freedom of Caprivians

    Open Letter to UN and AU I humbly request the United Nations (UN ) not to turn its eye blindly, on the issue of Caprivian’s ‘total liberation’ claim by Mishake Muyongo and his followers who have been serving 24 years in prison in Namibia and its counterpart Botswana on grounds of their motherland. If Namibia…

  • Lilemba – a true education philosopher at heart

    Lilemba – a true education philosopher at heart

    PROFILE By Risco Lumamezi PROFESSOR John Makala Lilemba (65), he was born in a now defunct village called Mazanino, in the Sikosinyana District (Sibbinda), about 5 km west of Sibbinda village on 29 November 1957 in Caprivi (now Zambezi). His father now deceased was Nelson Lilemba Muhanduzi, from Kaliyangile District, in Makusi village, a Totela.…

  • Former Caprivi Council Chief Dies at 66

    Former Caprivi Council Chief Dies at 66

    By Risco Lumamezi Former Chief Regional Officer (CRO) of the Caprivi Regional Council, Mr. Patrick Itwa Likando has died at the age of 66 on Tuesday. He died with untimely death without any illness on December 28, 2021. Late Likando was born on 5 May 1955 at Chefuzwe, some 4 kilometers away the town of…

  • Shoprite Katima manager speaks out on fire attack

    Shoprite Katima manager speaks out on fire attack

  • Shoprite and 3 stores catch fire

    Shoprite and 3 stores catch fire

    By Staff Reporter Shoprite Supermarket and three (3) other stores, Clicks, Hungry Lion and Pep were caught up by fire in Katima Mulilo on Thursday morning after the power outage at 03hrs. According to Mr. Vanicious Thabo Shoprite manager for Katima confirmed to Caprivi Vision that the fire was caused by the power outage and…

  • Donald Trump impeached for inciting insurrection

    Donald Trump impeached for inciting insurrection

       

  • Nampol ready to enforce shut-down on COVID 19

    Nampol ready to enforce shut-down on COVID 19

    By Risco Lumamezi THE Namibian Police in Zambezi region are ready to enforce a shut-down of non essential services in Zambezi, for the safetness in combating the transmission of the deadly Coronavirus. Nampol Regional Commander for Zambezi region, Commissioner Karel Theron told Caprivi Vision that “We are ready to enforce the rules and regulations which…

  • NRCS supports vulnerable groups in Sibbinda Constituency

    NRCS supports vulnerable groups in Sibbinda Constituency

    By Simon Liseli  NAMIBIA Red Cross Society (NRCS) has extremely responded to severe drought that continue to hit the country by supporting vulnerable communities with cash transfers in the Sibbinda Constituency to save their lives. In preserving the environment and protecting properties with livelihood, NRCS takes its mandate seriously in responding to the disaster in…

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