Minister of Education, Arts and Culture, Katrina Hanse-Himarwa says the abolishment of winter time as proposed in the Namibian Time Bill will not affect school activities.
After years of burning or burying refuse at landfills, Otjozondjupa Region is moving to finding ways to deal with garbage effectively.
The first-ever survey by the Health Ministry to assess the burden of HIV/AIDS, the impact of prevention, care and treatment responses was launched today.
The Blouwes Traditional Authority council has urged people holding customary land rights on communal land to embrace each other and live in peace and harmony.
The Swapo party will celebrate its 57th birthday at Otjiwarongo in the Otjozondjupa Region over the weekend.
The judgement on the urgency of a court application by the ousted management of the Small and Medium Enterprises Bank, against the Bank of Namibia (BoN), has been postponed to Tuesday next week.
Best performing Students at the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) were awarded with certificates and gifts this week.
Humanitarian agencies are warning that a failure to help millions of Nigerians on the brink of starvation could force huge numbers of people to leave the country.
The Minister of Lands and Resettlement is hard at work with the preparations of the Land Conference set for September 2017.
About 70% of criminal cases registered at the High Court in 2016 are related to gender-based violence.
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