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Namibian Correctional Service introduce community service orders in Khomas         By Josia Shigwedha   The Namibian Correctional Service (NSC) has expanded its community service orders programme to the Simeon Shixungileni court in Windhoek for offenders serving sentences between one to 12 months. This programme will be implemented at what is locally known as the traffic court located at the corner of Sam Nujoma Drive and Simeon Shixungileni street. With this expansion, the correctional service has […]

todayJune 11, 2024 4


Health Ministry Invests in New Hospitals

The Health ministry has allocated N$18 million for land to build the new Windhoek District Hospital and plans to construct additional hospitals in Ondangwa, Otjiwarongo, Nkurenkuru, and the Oshana region the Brief reports. This effort is part of a N$16 billion initiative to enhance Namibia's health infrastructure. The Windhoek District Hospital, set to be completed by 2027, will cost N$2.9 billion. The Otjiwarongo land acquisition cost N$5 million, while the […]

todayJune 11, 2024 13

Health / Medical

‘Tied to the bed’: Horrors of giving birth in Serbia

    By Miodrag SOVILJ   Biljana Cicic-Stanic still bristles when she remembers the pain, violence, and humiliation she endured while giving birth to her son in Serbia, an experience many women say is normal in the Balkan country's hospitals. Cicic-Stanic said medical staff tied her to the bed with restraints and nurses used their elbows to press against her stomach. "Everything was so violent," Cicic-Stanic told AFP, saying doctors […]

todayMarch 13, 2024 13

Health / Medical

NPPF open letter to patients and members of Namibian medical aid funds

Dear Patients and Members of Namibian Medical Aid Funds… The purpose of this communication is to provide some information on the latest developments within the Namibian private healthcare system, a system of such quality and standard that it even surpasses many systems in first-world countries. This is due in large part to a combination of excellent facilities, excellent practitioners and an excellent financial system providing a functional third-party payer (medical […]

todayNovember 16, 2023 480