IT seems the standard rule for patients operated on at Windhoek Central Hospital is “when awake, go home”.
A female security guard sexually abusing workers at the Pick n Pay at Auas Valley in the capital says she has the right to do her job that way.
“I, Tugue, until God says so, will not vanish from this world, not now. I’m alive and kicking.
As “12-12-12” drew to a close yesterday afternoon the tally stood at five babies born in coastal hospitals on this last coincidental date of the Gregorian calendar.
The Willems Family of Berseba whose corrugated iron house burnt to ashes a month ago, has been temporarily accommodated at one of the newly built two-roomed houses, although the door had to be removed for them to gain access.
Vejama Tjiveze (12) from Outjo who was said to have been bitten by a Black Mamba around 05:00 last Monday is still in hospital.
TransNamib and oil company Engen is slamming the ball into one another’s court as to who should take responsibility for the shortage of jet A1 fuel at the Chief Hosea Kutako International Airport on Monday.
A handful of liberation struggle kids marched to Government Park in Windhoek yesterday demanding employment appointment letters for jobs they claim were promised to them in the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry.
Shockwaves rippled through Parliament when the new Swapo Politburo was announced during the first post-congress party Executive Committee meeting on Tuesday.
The University Of Namibia (Unam) has confirmed that the official student year-end results will be released via the university website portal on Tuesday, 18 December.