AS I BROWSED through Facebook recently, I read an article on The Namibian page that a conference will be held in March to discuss the high failure rate in government schools.
THE FISHROT SAGA has moved to another level, where skeletons in the closet are peeping out at the corners while the father of the house is fumigating to keep them within their confines.
Onkundana oya holola kutya ehangano lyedhina 26 August olyina ehalo lyo ku hulithapo oompito dhiilonga lya yamwe yomehangano ndika shoka she eta omaipulo nengwangwano mokati kaaniilonga, nonande oshikondo shuuministeli wegameno ota shi pataneke omapopyo ngaka kutya olya hala oku pata ehangano ndika. Ehangano ndika lyedhina 26 August olya kuta aaniilonga yeli 86, moka mwa kwatelwa aaniilonga oomeme yeli 70.
THE MUSHROOMING of political parties in Namibia clearly demonstrates the huge element of division in the country.
Omanga oosikola dhimwe moshitopolwa sha Khomas dhina omahala sho osikola ya tameke, oosikola dhimwe omahala oga pwapo.
Omahogololo okwali taga ende kashona , omanga aanambelewa kwali yena etumwaumbwile kutya aahogololi ota ya ka indjipala konima yoowili dhiilonga. Ombelewa yinasha nomahogololo gomoshilongo yo Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN), oyali ya kwatele komeho omahogololo moshilando pangelo movenduka, ko Keetmanshoop, Gobabis noko Walvisbay opo kuthitikwepo oompito dhiilonga ndhoka kwali dha thigwapo kookansela mboka yaka kutha ombinga methigathano lyoompito ndhoka dhali dha holokapo momutumba gwopashigwana.
IN AND OF ITSELF, the plan to hold a national conference on the poor English performance in Namibia's education system is not a bad idea. After all, to solve a problem one needs to understand it.
THE newly elected councillor for Keetmanshoop Urban Constituency, Maxie Minnaar, was sworn-in as the new political office bearer of the //Kharas Regional Council at the Keetmanshoop Magistrate's Court this morning.
A POST-MORTEM examination has revealed that the doctor implicated for decapitating a baby during delivery at the Windhoek Central Hospital did not act in any culpable manner.
TELECOM Namibia has established the cause of internet services interruption that is being experienced throughout the country.
DUBAI â Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, said yesterday three European states had succumbed to US threats of new tariffs on their goods when they triggered a dispute mechanism in a nuclear pact, a step that could lead to the reimposition of United Nations sanctions.
PLACING Eskom under the aegis of the department of mineral and energy affairs is a less direct, but no less pointed, manoeuvre to undermine and politically weaken Pravin Gordhan, ANC stalwarts and veterans said on Wednesday.
MOSCOW â The entire Russian government resigned on Wednesday after president Vladimir Putin said a raft of constitutional changes were needed. Putin, in his annual address to the Russian parliament, proposed a referendum on amending Russia's constitution to increase the powers of parliament â while maintaining a strong presidential system.
NAIROBI â Walking through the DusitD2 hotel and office complex in Nairobi today you will see some people heading to their offices, others enjoying meals at various eateries and local and foreign shoppers coming in and out of the premises.