Government

New councillor sworn in

3 days ago - 23 September 2021 | Government

Walvis Bay • [email protected] Ryan Gordon, representing the Landless People’s Movement (LPM), was sworn in as a Walvis Bay local authority councillor. Gordon replaces late Stanley Bikeur who passed away in August.Walvis Bay...

Vaccination in Namibia remains voluntary

1 week ago - 15 September 2021 | Government

When government developed the National Covid-19 Vaccination and Deployment Plan earlier this year, the country adopted the principle of voluntary vaccination. The aim was to encourage vaccine uptake on a voluntary basis. Recently, there has...

War against Covid far from over – President Geingob...

1 week ago - 15 September 2021 | Government

Covid-19 continues to be a grave public health threat and still poses a considerable risk. “Despite some reprieve, we cannot afford to let our collective and individual guard down. I am aware that many people...

Covid measures further relaxed

1 week ago - 14 September 2021 | Government

Having reviewed current health measures, the following regulations will come into effect for a period of thirty (30) days from Thursday, 16 September 2021 until midnight, Friday, 15 October 2021, since the current regulations expire...

LPM appoints new councillor for Walvis Bay

2 weeks ago - 09 September 2021 | Government

Walvis Bay • [email protected] Ryan Gordon will be replacing the late Stanley Bikeur as a representative of the Landless People’s Movement (LPM) on the Walvis Bay municipal council. Bikeur passed away due to Covid-19 in...

‘Get vaccinated’ president urges

1 month - 02 August 2021 | Government

Returning to a measure of normalcy is within reach if Namibia succeeds with its vaccination campaign.“But in order for us to succeed, we must fully...

Covid related death worrisome

1 month - 31 July 2021 | Government

Namibia recorded 1 414 Covid-19 related deaths within 28 days.“This is troubling. It is critical that we do everything in our power to reduce the...

Travel restrictions for Khomas lifted

1 month - 30 July 2021 | Government

The current Public Health Regulations introduced to combat and curb the spread of Covid-19 infections expire at midnight tomorrow, Saturday 31 July 2021. President Hage...

Erongo beplan visvang-indaba

2 months ago - 19 July 2021 | Government

Walvisbaai – [email protected] Neville Andre, die goewer­neur van die Erongostreek, het aangekondig sy kantoor beplan 'n Namibiese visserye-indaba om die nuwe en vorige houers van...

‘The disease does not move unless we do’ –Geingob

2 months ago - 18 July 2021 | Government

Namibia recently crossed two significant milestones in the fight against the Covid 19 pandemic: The country exceeded the 100 000 cumulative case mark and recorded...

Land for housing project withdrawn

2 months ago - 05 July 2021 | Government

Walvis Bay • [email protected] The Walvis Bay council wants to rescind a pledge made by the previous council involving the development of four...

Walvis, Swakopmund and Windhoek to intensify cooperation efforts

2 months ago - 04 July 2021 | Government

Walvis Bay • [email protected] The Walvis Bay municipal council granted its approval for the establishment of a tripartite partnership and cooperation agreement with the...

Government

Covid-19 public health regulations strengthened

2 months ago - 30 June 2021 | Government

President Geingob today announced a new set of adjustments to curb the spread of the Covid pandemic in the country.He called on Namibians to uphold...

President Geingob issues warning

3 months ago - 17 June 2021 | Government

President Geingob has issued a warning to Namibians who blatantly disregard health regulations introduced to combat the spread of the Covid pandemic.“I wish to inform...

Amended regulations to break momentum...

3 months ago - 15 June 2021 | Government

President Geingob announced that considering the unfolding trajectory of the Covid-19 pandemic in the country and the imperative to safeguard the lives and livelihoods of...

Dispute over committee councillors ...

5 months ago - 25 April 2021 | Government

Walvis Bay •[email protected] Chaos erupted at a Walvis Bay ordinary council meeting after the newly elected council recommended that a new set of...

President announces three new ministers,...

5 months ago - 21 April 2021 | Government

President Geingob appointed the following ministers and deputy ministers today.Three of the newly appointed ministers are men and the four incoming deputy ministers are women....

Celebrating 31 years of freedom,...

6 months ago - 21 March 2021 | Government

The 31st independence anniversary of the country is symbolic of the coming of age of Namibians says President Hage Geingob. According to the...

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