‘Redline means colonialism’: Ulenga

The Veterinary Cordon Fence (VCF), infamously known as the Redline, is the symbol of colonialism in Namibia – “it must go” – says veteran politician Ben Ulenga. The former Congress of Democrats leader said this in an exclusive interview recently. It also touched base on what the politician has been up to since retiring from…

‘Tender swindler’ flagged in Kunene’s procurement

The Kunene Regional Council has been thrown into panic mode following allegations of falsification of procurement documents and official signatures related to awarding of medical tenders in the region. In documents seen by this agency, a faceless individual by the name ‘Moses Kamati’ issued a request for informal quotation for medical patient monitors for the…

‘CoD will never die’: Tjirera

Congress of Democrats (CoD) member, Natjirikasorua Tjirera, says the political party will never cease to exist for it is firmly rooted in principles and “principles don’t die.” In a recent interview with Nampa which covered a plethora of issues surrounding the CoD, ranging from its dormancy, leadership and future, Tjirera said although CoD has been…

NPC athletics championships hailed a success

The Namibia Paralympic Committee secretary-general, Michael Hamukwaya has expressed happiness with the number of young athletes who competed at this year’s athletics championships. The NPC held its 2022 National Athletics Championships at the Oshakati Stadium in the Oshana Region with 150 athletes competing for silverware. They were 101 males and 49 females. Only the Otjozondjupa…

FNVA full of quality players: Hamukwaya

Teams that compete in the Far North Volleyball Association (FNVA) league games have players that possess quality and are experienced, making the league more competitive, according to its chairperson. FNVA commenced with its first round league games in May with five teams in the women category and eight in the men category and is expected…