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  • Sha Chaze releases his debut album

    Sha Chaze releases his debut album

    By Staff Reporter A 28-year-old Afro pop musician has launched his debut album titled I am a Kaprivian. Caprivi Vision Entertainment desk asked him what he has done. Where were you born and raised by whom? I was born in Katima Mulilo and raised by both my parents, but while at Primary school I stayed…

  • British embassy awards scholarships to Namibia

    British embassy awards scholarships to Namibia

    By Staff Reporter The British Embassy in Namibia has awarded two scholarships to two female Namibian students to study in UK on a post graduate level. British High Commission and the National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor) held a Pre-Departure and Farewell event on Tuesday for the two Namibian students who are studying under the…

  • Nujoma Visits Masubia Chief

    Nujoma Visits Masubia Chief

    By Staff Reporter Sitting in a traditional wagon is the Namibian Founding Father Dr. Sam Nujoma with the Masubia Chief Kisco Liswani III at Bukalo during the Masubia Cultural Festival held on July 26. The 2014 Masubia Cultural Festival was organised differently with new gesture such as the Animal Driven Vehicle which was officially demonstrated…

  • Retired Masubia Chief Advisor Dies

    Retired Masubia Chief Advisor Dies

    By Staff Reporter FORMER Masubia Chief Advisor has died at the age of 91 at Rundu State Hospital on Sunday afternoon August 3, 2014. The retired Natamoyo (Chief Advisor) Mr. Samson Mbanga Ntonda was born on 23 March 1923 and he was first appointed as Natamoyo by the Royal House in 1951 and he served…

  • WENELA Residents reject eviction order

    WENELA Residents reject eviction order

     By Staff Reporter  Residents of WENELA ,some 10 km away the town of Katima Mulilo near the borderline of Namibia and Zambia, have refused to vacate the area after they received eviction order from Zambezi Council. The land on dispute is called WENELA which is part of Katima Farm is in the war of words…

  • No Referendum no vote – Kamwi

    No Referendum no vote – Kamwi

     By Staff Reporter  President of CANU has tied the knot calling residents of the formerly Caprivi Strip to uphold their votes in the forth coming general elections slated for November this year. Mr. Alex Mabuku (Poison) Kamwi, President of Caprivi African National Union is calling the current Namibian Head of State, to amicably bring the…

  • Namibia to host CAF Women Championship

    Namibia to host CAF Women Championship

    By Libuto Walubita in Windhoek Namibia is set to host Confederation for African Football [CAF] women championship on October 11-24 this year at Sam Nujoma Stadium. This was announced following a strict inspections of facilities in the capital of Namibia by a team of inspectors who were in Windhoek last month, to inspect facilities such…

  • SADC Electoral Observer Mission is ready for RSA Elections

    SADC Electoral Observer Mission is ready for RSA Elections

    By Staff Reporter  SADC Electoral Observer Mission has launched the National and Provincial Elections marked for May 7, 2014 in South Africa. In her statement, Dr. Stergomena Lawrence Tax, SADC Executive Secretary said the forthcoming elections in the Republic of South Africa, which are to be followed by elections in the Republic of Malawi, Botswana,…

  • Cowboy Residents protest against water shortage

    Cowboy Residents protest against water shortage

    By Staff Reporter RESIDENTS of the newly formal settlement area of Cowboy took to the streets of Katima Mulilo on Monday demanding for water and basic services. They marched in solidarity with chanting slogans to the Katima Mulilo Town Council offices after they handed over their petition to Zambezi Regional Governor, Mr. Lawrence Sampofu, demanding…

  • Mukupi Family fight over Land estate worth N$12 Million with Katima Council

    Mukupi Family fight over Land estate worth N$12 Million with Katima Council

    By Staff Reporter Eight (8) children of the late politician and popularly businessman Felix Kabuku (Njangula) Mukupi have expressed concerns over the inheritance of their late father’s estate properties and accused Katima Council for conflict of interest. On the centre stage is Mr. Aldrin Kabuku Mukupi the first born son of the late former councilor…

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