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Home Affairs Ministry

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Namibia

Mass Registration Campaign Yields Over 24,000 National Documents Issued

The Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety, and Security ministry has successfully issued national documents to over 24,000 individuals across the country. Margaret Kalo, the ministry spokesperson, confirmed this in on Wednesday, highlighting the launch of a mass registration campaign for national documents in all 14 regions of the country. Initiated on February 5, 2024, the campaign is set to conclude on July 30th this year. Kalo added that thus far, 9,881 […]

todayMarch 28, 2024 12

Uncategorized

Ministry of Home Affairs launches nationwide registration drive

The Home Affairs Ministry will conduct mass registration for national documents nationwide from now until July this year. According to Margaret Kalo, the Ministry's spokesperson, the registration process will cover birth certificate registration for all age groups, birth certificate duplication, identity document applications, and duplicates.  

todayFebruary 7, 2024 21

Oshiwambo

Uuministeli wiikwameni omandaaha otau tameke nopolohalama yoku gandja omikanda miitopolwa ayihe 14 yoshilongo

Uuministeli wiikwameni yoshilongo,omatembu egameno nepopilo lyoshigwana okutameka omandaaha otau ka tameka nopolohalama yeshangitho lyomikanda dhopashigwana miitopolwa ayihe 14 yoshilongo. Omushangwa gwiikundaneki okuza muuministeli ohela ogwati eshangitho otaliyi sigo 18 July notali kwatelemo eshangitho lyoonzapo dhomavalo dhoomvula adhihe,eindilo lyoo duplicates dhoonzapo dhomavalo,eindilo lyuumutse woshilongo,noo duplicate dhuumutse woshilongo. Opolohalama otayi ka ningilwa komahala ga tothwamo notayi falwa kwaamboka ya tothwamo,unene mboka yeli komahala geli kokule,oshigwana sha pumbwa eyambidhidho nokooskola. Okalindeeli kopolohalama otaka […]

todayFebruary 3, 2024 10 5 4

Africa

Namibia begins repatriation of refugees to the DRC

The Home Affairs Ministry, in partnership with UNHCR and the Embassy of the Democratic Republic of Congo, has begun repatriating refugees. The first group of 49 refugees was repatriated, and the remaining 38 will be repatriated tomorrow to Lubumbashi in the DRC, through Hosea Kutako International Airport, according to Refugee Commissioner Josephine Kampolo.  

todayNovember 21, 2023 9

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