Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Thu, 2013-04-04 09:20
WINDHOEK - CORRY IHUHUA
The multi-billion electricity project was prioritised by President Hifikepunye Pohamba in his State of the nation address yesterday.
Namibia’s controversial - and rather delayed - Kudu Gas Power Plant will finally see the light of day after government made its intentions crystal clear to forge ahead with the project, estimated to cost at least N$13,8 billion.
This announcement was made by President Hifikepunye Pohamba when he delivered his State of the Nations address in parliament yesterday.
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Thu, 2013-04-04 09:14
Shot of the day
A man paddles on a surfboard after heavy rains lashed Buenos Aires on Tuesday. A violent storm with torrential rain and powerful winds left five people dead, as it knocked out power, downed trees and damaged homes, officials said. Read more about Innovation
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Thu, 2013-04-04 08:14
WINDHOEK - ELVIS MURARANGANDA
Despite widespread anticipation, the inquiry into the public health sector is silent on whether any action will be taken against uncaring and negligent hospital staff.
Gives no hope that incidents of negligence will be addressed
The Health Professional Council of Namibia (HPCNA) has launched a scathing attack on a report into the country’s public health sector - commissioned by President Hifikepunye Pohamba - saying the outcome does not give hope to the public that reports of negligence will be addressed. Read more about Pohamba’s healthcare report slammed
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Wed, 2013-04-03 09:28
OSHAKATI - PLACIDO HILUKILWA
Maurus Valombola, an Omusati businessman who was arrested earlier this year in connection with the death of 32-year-old Bernhard Kalimbo, was once again remanded in police custody when he appeared in the Outapi magistrate’s court last week Wednesday.
His case was postponed to April 12.
Valombola was arrested on February 8 and charged with murder following the death of Kalimbo, a resident of the Epuku Noyana village.
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Wed, 2013-04-03 09:26
The deployment of police officers and members of the Women and Network Against Crime has restored order at bus terminals in the Oshana Region, where the practice of grabbing travelers’ bags was totally nipped in the bud and travelers were yesterday free to board a bus of their own choice. “We are here to make sure that travelers are not disturbed,” said one of the police officers deployed at the Okatana Service Station. “I hope this is how orderly things will remain,” said an elderly man who was looking for a bus to Walvis Bay. Read more about Transition