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UN chief expresses support to Gambia's new president

UN chief expresses support to Gambia's new president

-UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Thursday called Gambia's newly-inaugurated President Adama Barrow to express his support.

Three men caught stealing copper wire

Three men caught stealing copper wire

The City Police in Windhoek on Thursday caught three men in possession of copper wire at about 09h30. City Police spokesperson, Fabian Amukwelele told Nampa the enforcement agency was doing a random operations patrol in the bushy area behind Windhoek High School, when they saw three men getting out of a taxi and carrying a pick axe.

Snake kills baby in Epupa

Snake kills baby in Epupa

An 11-month-old baby died on Thursday morning after being bitten by a snake at the Omirora village in the Epupa Constituency of the Kunene Region. Acting Crime Investigations Coordinator, Detective Chief Inspector Paavo Iyambo told Nampa Thursday afternoon the baby boy was sleeping in a hut with his mother when he was bitten by a snake between 04h00 and 05h00.

NUST developing its capacity to compete globally

NUST developing its capacity to compete globally

The Namibia University of Science and Technology is in the process of developing the capacity of the institution to compete globally.

Mutorwa reminds St Boniface School learners about the importance of education

Mutorwa reminds St Boniface School learners about the...

Agriculture, Water and Forestry Minister, John Mutorwa has reminded learners at St Boniface School about the importance of education, saying in order for education to reap rewards, all stakeholders in the sector must understand their roles.

AR withdraws from the land service program

AR withdraws from the land service program

The Affirmative Re-positioning, AR, movement has withdrawn from the land service program. The movement will instead construct formal housing structures for people living in informal settlements.

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