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Hungary okwati ita simaneke elombwelo lyo ICC okumangapo Benjamin Netanyahu

Hungary okwati omukanda mangepo gompangu yo  ICC ngoka gwa tulilwamo Benjamin Netanyahu itagu taambiwako. O Sky news oyati  Hungary okwati eindilo lyaatamaneki yo ICC lyomukanda mangepo go prime minister ya Israel itali taambiwako,na itali vulu okutulwa miilongo mo Hungary,shiikwatelela ko Chief of Staff ya Prime minister ya Hungary Victor Orban nena. O prime minister ya Hungary Gergely Gulyas okwati nonando Hungary a zimina o Rome Statute of the International Criminal […]

todayMay 23, 2024 3


Chamber of Environment calls for green hydrogen assessment

The Namibian Chamber of Environment has urged the Namibian and German governments, along with the EU, to commission an independent environmental assessment of the green hydrogen sector. They warn that green hydrogen projects in the Tsau ||Khaeb National Park could harm its integrity, biodiversity, landscape, and future tourism. Here is NCE CEO Dr. Chris Brown. The Chamber of Environment is an umbrella Association that provides a forum and mouthpiece for the […]

todayMay 22, 2024 26


Kroos to retire after EURO2024

  Germany's Toni Kroos, 34, will retire after this year's European Championship, the Real Madrid midfielder announced on Tuesday, adding that next month's Champions League final against Borussia Dortmund will be his last game for the Spanish club. "My career as an active footballer will end this summer after the Euro championship. As I have always said: Real Madrid is and will be my last club," Kroos said in a […]

todayMay 22, 2024 2


Week in Review: Namibia’s Green Hydrogen deal, Soth Africa’s unemployment crisis, and More   Top Stories: Namibia's Green Hydrogen Deal: President Nangolo Mbumba led Namibia’s participation at the World Hydrogen 2024 Summit in the Netherlands, securing green hydrogen supply agreements with the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium. Government Election Spending: The Institute for Public Policy Research's Quarterly Economic Review examines government spending on elections since independence. IPPR Executive Director Graham Hopwood provides insights. Pending Allowances: Despite National Assembly approval, increased allowances for pensioners […]

todayMay 17, 2024 9


Three killed in Düsseldorf fire

3 People have died and 16 others injured after an overnight explosion in the German city of Düsseldorf  From Berlin, Trent Murray reports. The Associated Press (AP) further reports that the fire broke out during the night in a kiosk that was part of the building in Düsseldorf and spread to the entrance and second floor. Firefighters used ladders to rescue several people from balconies. Sixteen people were taken to […]

todayMay 16, 2024 7

Health / Medical

Patients to benefit from cataract surgical campaign

The Otjozondjupa Health Directorate and the National Blindness Prevention Programme are conducting a cataract surgical campaign with support from teams at the Windhoek Central Hospital and international volunteers from Germany and the US. The campaign starts in Rundu next month, where over 700 patients will be treated. The team will then move to Engela in July to help more than 600 patients before continuing to Oshana and concluding the campaign […]

todayMay 15, 2024 16


Germany begins trial of far right-coup plotters

The first high-profile criminal trials get underway today in Germany - as a group faces allegations of preparing to try and violently overthrow the German government. Prosecutors opened their case against individuals tied to the Reichsbürger (Citizens of the Reich) movement. In all, 27 people face charges, including high treason and belonging to a terror organization, but they will be tried in three separate courtrooms in different cities. The plot to overthrow the […]

todayApril 29, 2024 19

South Africa

South Africans fighting for Israel in Gaza: what does the law say?

    By Michelle Nel, Stellenbosch University   South Africa’s foreign minister, Naledi Pandor, said the country’s citizens fighting for the Israel Defence Forces in Gaza faced prosecution upon their return. This statement followed tension between South Africa and Israel amid the “humanitarian catastrophe” resulting from Israel’s war against Hamas in Gaza. There is a history of South African citizens of Jewish descent fighting for Israel, but the number fighting […]

todayMarch 26, 2024 12