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FUTURE MEDIA NAMIBIA

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South Africa

Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa says initiation schools will not operate before the elections on 29 May

The Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa has announced initiation schools will not operate before the elections on 29 May. CONTRALESA’s president, Kgoshi Lameck Mokoena, told the media initiates will have time to vote, as there are no special provisions for them. Mokoena also said law enforcement officials are on high alert to prevent any schools from operating prematurely. He urges parents to seek permits for initiation schools and […]

todayApril 16, 2024 1

Namibia

Housing Project by Former Businessman-Turned-Activist Faces Scrutiny Over Delays and Refund Demands

Former businessman turned activist Michael Amushelelo has acknowledged that several clients of his 'affordable housing project' are now seeking refunds due to significant delays. Amushelelo had launched a housing initiative in Brakwater back in 2021, aiming to provide 150 unserviced plots and affordable homes for middle-income earners struggling to secure home loans. However, what was initially a promising endeavor has evolved into a disappointment for many, as the project has […]

todayApril 16, 2024 2

World

IAEA concerned about a nuclear disaster in Ukraine

The International Atomic Energy Agency says the world is getting dangerously close to a nuclear accident. The warning comes after several drone attacks on the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant in southeastern Ukraine. Speaking at the UN Security Council on Monday, Rafael Mariano Grossi, the Director General of the IAEA said everything must be done to minimize the risk of an accident. He says these "reckless attacks" must cease immediately.  

todayApril 16, 2024 2

South Africa

ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa says government is addressing electricity challenges in Orange Farm

ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa says government is addressing electricity challenges in Orange Farm, south of Johannesburg. He was campaigning in the area yesterday. Last year, the provincial government launched its multimillion-rand power transformer replacement programme as an important service delivery initiative. Transformers in some of the townships explode or malfunction due to illegal connections and overload flowing from high demand. Ramaphosa says progress has been made in installing or replacing […]

todayApril 15, 2024 3

Namibia

Fatal Accident Claims Life of 62-Year-Old Namibian Man in Olukonda Constituency

A tragic incident occurred at Omanoakambungu village in the Oshikoto region's Olukonda constituency, resulting in the immediate death of a 62-year-old Namibian man who lost control of the vehicle he was driving. Deputy Commissioner Titus Ekandjo, the Namibian Police Force Oshikoto Regional Crime Investigation Coordinator says the deceased, identified as Uukelo Tomas from Onakandi village in the Oshipala area, was driving a white Toyota double cab pick-up with a WIndhoek […]

todayApril 15, 2024 4

Namibia

Fatal Road Accident Claims Life of 39-Year-Old Pedestrian in Namibia

A tragic incident occurred at Oshuushe village in the Oshana Region, resulting in the instantaneous death of a 39-year-old man who was reportedly struck by a vehicle while crossing the road. Chief Inspector Thomas Aiyambo of the Namibian Police Force Oshana Community Policing Sub-division provided details, stating that the incident occurred on the Ondangwa-Oshikango main road during the early hours of Sunday. According to Aiyambo, the driver of a silver […]

todayApril 15, 2024 2

South Africa

S.A’s MK Party to March on Electoral Commission To Demand Removal of Commissioner Amid Zuma List Controversy

The MK-party in S.A says it plans to march to the Electoral Commission's offices in Centurion on Friday. The country's Electoral Commission last week turned to the Constitutional Court in a bid to try and keep former president Jacob Zuma off the party's parliamentary list. MK spokesperson Nhlamulo Ndhlela says they want IEC commissioner Janet Love removed, citing allegations of bias and misconduct:    

todayApril 15, 2024 4

World

Tokyo court hears racial profiling case

A Tokyo court is hearing a case alleging racial profiling by the Japanese police. Three foreign-born residents are seeking about 20-thousand dollars in damages in the unprecedented lawsuit. Chris Gilbert has more from Tokyo.  

todayApril 15, 2024 3

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