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Aa Iran omayovi ya simaneke omuleli gwawo Ebrahim Raisi ngoka a hulitha osondaaha moshiponga shedhagadhaga

Aa Iran omayovi oya ngundumana mo Tehran nena okugandja  esimaneko komupresitend gwawo nakusa Ebrahim Raisi ngoka a hulithile moshiponga shedhagadhaga. Raisi okwa hulithile moshiponga shedhagadhaga osondaaha monooli yoshilongo,opamwe nominista yiikwapondje,Hossein Amirabdollahian  naanambelewa yalwe ya 6 ,sho kwali yaka patulula opololeka yondama koongamba na Azerbaijan. Raisi okwa hulitha mepipi lyomimvo 63. Nota ka fumbikwa uusiku wetine  moshilando she sha Mashland .    

todayMay 22, 2024 8


Chamber of Mines calls for action after decline in mining survey

The Chamber of Mines has called for urgent policy reforms in the country's mining sector following Namibia's drop in the 2023 Fraser Institute Annual Survey of Mining Companies. The country’s position on the overall Investment Attractiveness Index fell by 3 points from 59 in 2022 to 56 in 2023, while on the continent, Namibia ranked 4th out of 22 African jurisdictions surveyed. Lauren Graham, Chief Economist at the Chamber of […]

todayMay 21, 2024 14


Omu President Nangolo Mbumba, atuma etumwalaka lo mahekeleko ko shiwana sha Iran

Omu President Nangolo Mbumba,  okwa tuma etumwalaka lo mahekeleko ko vanhu vo shilongo sha Iran,  omolwo efyo lo mupresident wavo  Ebrahim Raisi,   oo kwa lo potwa axulifa oshondaxa. She li kwatelela ko mukanda oo wa tu minwa oikundaneki ongula yo nena oku dja mo mbelewa yo mupresidet, oyati efyo lo mupresident wa Iran ola etififwa ko shiponga sho dila oyo ye li de ngapo meendudu tadi ha ngwa popepi no shitopolwa […]

todayMay 21, 2024 1


Department of Water Affairs to monitor pollution

The Department of Water Affairs within the Ministry of Agriculture, Water, and Land Reform will be conducting a water resource quality and pollution control monitoring investigation in the Windhoek jurisdiction between May 20 and May 24. This is a routine inspection to ensure compliance with regulations. Here is the City of Windhoek's spokesperson Lydia Amutenya.

todayMay 16, 2024 9


Donald Trump could face jail time if he continues to violate his gag orders,

Donald Trump could face jail time if he continues to violate his gag orders, according to the judge overseeing his hush money trial. The former president is banned from commenting publicly about witnesses, jurors and some other people related to the case. He's previously been fined thousands of dollars for ignoring the order during his high-profile New York trial, which has just entered its fourth week. Trump faces 34 felony […]

todayMay 7, 2024 7


Voting kicks off for 93 parliamentary seats in phase 3 of India’s national elections

Millions of Indians, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, are casting their votes in India as the country's general elections continue. Of the 543 seats in the country's lower house of parliament, 93 are up for grabs in this third phase of the election season. Our correspondent Ishan Garg tells us about what's on the voters' minds from Agra in India's most populous state Uttar Pradesh.  

todayMay 7, 2024 2


S.A Union Numsa Applauds Two-Year Wage Deal in South African Passenger Bus Sector

S.A Metalworkers’ union Numsa has welcomed the two-year wage deal reached in the passenger bus sector. Increases of five-percent this year and 6.5-percent next year on base salaries have been agreed to between labour and employers in the sector. Numsa’s spokesperson, Phakamile Hlubi-Majola, says the agreement signed at the South African Road Passenger Bargaining Council, also sees employers contributing on a 50/50 split to primary healthcare cover for workers:  

todayMay 6, 2024 1