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National budget cuts have dire consequences for the Namibian Police Force

National budget cuts have dire consequences for the...

The cut in the national budget will have dire consequences for the Namibian Police Force as it will not be able to achieve its mandate.

Importance of mother-tongue instruction in educational development of children

Importance of mother-tongue instruction in educational...

Research has shown that mother-tongue instruction is critical in the educational development of children and learners are able to grasp concepts much better.

City Police orders the closure of all car wash outlets

City Police orders the closure of all car wash outlets

The Windhoek City Police has ordered the closure of all car wash outlets as from next week as Windhoek residents grapple with water shortages.

Don't give street-kids money: City Police

Don't give street-kids money: City Police

The City Police is urging the public to refrain from giving money to the homeless and children begging at traffic intersections. In an interview with Nampa on Tuesday, City Police Spokesperson Edmund Khoaseb said the number of street-kids and homeless people loitering at traffic intersections around the city is increasing every day.

Woman's body found near Van Eck power station

Woman's body found near Van Eck power station

The body of a young woman was Tuesday morning found along the B1 road next to the Van Eck Power Station in Windhoek. A media statement issued by the Namibian Police Force (NamPol)'s Head of Police Media Relations, Chief Inspector Kauna Shikwambi said the woman appears between the ages of 18 and 20.

Namibia joins Cuba in celebrating 58 years of independence

Namibia joins Cuba in celebrating 58 years of independence

Cuba is celebrating 58 years of independence, after Fidel Castro overthrew Fulgencio Batista and declared the Cuban Republic on 1 January 1959.

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