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  • SSC Launches Office Construction at Otjiwarongo

    SSC Launches Office Construction at Otjiwarongo

    By Staff Reporter Social Security Commission (SSC) has launched an Office Construction at Otjiwarongo in the Otjozondjupa region which signifies a significant step towards progress and development in the region. This was revealed by His Worship Mayor of Otjiwarongo Hon. Gottlieb Shivute on Thursday during the launch of the construction site. According to Mayor Shivute,…

  • Young people commemorate peace walks in Windhoek

    Young people commemorate peace walks in Windhoek

    By Staff Reporter An inspiring gathering of approximately 200 youth took place at Immanuel Shifidi Secondary School on May 27, 2023 in Windhoek, marking the momentous 10th annual commemoration of the Declaration of Peace and Peace Walk. This commemoration was in partnership with the Youth Rob Foundation and the White Ribbon Campaign; HWPL mobilised public…

  • Namibia Hosts Regional Capacity Workshop on Diaspora Engagement

    Namibia Hosts Regional Capacity Workshop on Diaspora Engagement

    By Staff Reporter The Namibian Government is honored to co-host Regional Capacity Development Workshop on Diaspora Engagement, with the International Organization for Migration (IOM). The Executive Director, Mr. Penda Naanda of the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation in his opening remarks expressed his heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to Mr. El Nour, Regional Director for…

  • Govt and Hyphen sign US$10 billion project agreement

    By Staff Reporter   Namibian Government (GRN) and Hyphen Hydrogen Energy (Hyphen) have signed the Feasibility and Implementation Agreement (FIA) at an official signing ceremony held at State House in Windhoek recently. The FIA governs the process for the development, implementation and operation of sub-Saharan Africa’s largest, and its only fully vertically integrated, green hydrogen…

  • 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

    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…

  • African Development Bank President calls graduates to be instruments

    By Staff Reporter Abidjan —African Development Bank Group President Akinwumi A. Adesina has called on young university graduates to be instruments of change in a world beset by increasing socio-economic challenges. Delivering the keynote speech at America’s Calvin University Commencement ceremony, Dr. Adesina told the audience, including 700 graduates, “The world faces many simultaneous challenges, promising…

  • Shelter Afrique to hold its 42nd AGM

    By Staff Reporter Abuja – Nigeria is set to host Shelter Afrique’s 42nd Annual General Meeting, which will also cover a ministerial roundtable and some interlinked business activities as part of the proceedings, the pan- African housing development financier has disclosed. The event is scheduled to take place during the week of 8th to 11th May 2023 at the Transcorp…


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