A former Namibian police officer has been sentenced to 25 years imprisonment.
-The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture has extended the National Examination registration period for part-time Grade 10 and 12 candidates with another week.
-The Ministry of Land Reform has launched the newly revised administrative map which covers the entire 14 regions of Namibia.
-Section three of the dual-carriageway, running from Brakwater to Dobra River, between Windhoek and Okahandja, has been completed.
-The Agricultural Business Development Agency (AGRIBUSDEV) plans to expand the irrigation projects to ensure the optimal production of food locally.
-Preparations are in full swing for the Swapo party’s 57th birthday celebrations at Otjiwarongo on Saturday.
One of Namibia's long serving and outstanding private medical doctors, Dr Kenneth Abrahams has died.
The woman who was found dead in the early hours of Tuesday behind the single quarter's Engen service station has been identified as Lucille Lorraine Fredericks.
Aid agencies are withdrawing staff from South Sudan's Upper Nile region. That follows the killing of three aid workers last week. At least 82 humanitarian staff have been killed in South Sudan since civil war broke out in December 2013.
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