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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


Wildlife special court reconvenes in Katima Mulilo

The Wildlife Special Court has reconvened in Katima Mulilo for the second time since its establishment in 2022. The court is expected to hear over 60 wildlife crime cases in a period of two months. Here is the Ministry of Environment Forestry and Tourism's Chief Control Warden, Morgan Saisai with more. Meanwhile, the latest United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime’s World Wildlife Crime Report reveals that wildlife trafficking hasn't […]

todayMay 15, 2024 12


NamPol launches search for fugitive prisoners in Zambezi region

Police have launched a massive manhunt for 11 prisoners who escaped from a police holding cell in the north-eastern Zambezi region. The trial-awaiting escapees cut through the roof of the Katima Mulilo police station before escaping. Locals have been warned to be vigilant as the prisoners were awaiting trial for serious crimes. Here is the NamPol spokesperson in the region, Inspector Kisco Sitali.

todayApril 16, 2024 20


Eenghwatwa po shitaashi sho polifi sha Katima mulilo da fadukapo.

Ovanadolongo veli 11 vateelela epangulo lavo ove li vaka monele omo vakala vaidililwamo okudja moshitaashi shopolifi ya  Katima Mulilo. Olopota yopolifi oyati mokati kovanadolongo 11 vafadukapo, 3 vo muvo ova kwa tululwa fiyo opapa. Omakonaakono opetameko oo aningwapo okwa ulika kutya,  ovanadolongo ove shipondola oku fadukapo konima eshi vateta eembuli donele omo hava kala, veshininga  efimbo leeveli dongula onghela (omandaxa). Oo eli omupopiliko wopolifi moshitopolwa sha Zambebezi Inspector Kisco Sitali, […]

todayApril 16, 2024 12 1


Katima Mulilo Resident Sues Private Hospital for N$9.5 Million Over Alleged Misdiagnosis

Ollins Mulatehi from Katima Mulilo in the Zambezi Region is demanding N$9.5 million in damages from a private hospital after his leg was amputated in 2020 due to an alleged misdiagnosis. He claims he was wrongly diagnosed with appendicitis at Enkehaus Private Hospital in November 2023, leading to unnecessary surgery where his leg's artery was injured, resulting in amputation. Mulatehi, a foreman at Nored Katima Mulilo, seeks compensation for medical […]

todayApril 5, 2024 5


Zambezi Residents Struggle to Register SIM Cards, Face Deactivation

Michael Mayumbelo, a pensioner based on Impalila Island, recounts spending N$250 per trip hitch-hiking to Katima Mulilo multiple times in efforts to register his SIM card. Like many others in Zambezi, Mayumbelo failed to register his SIM card during the country's mandatory registration period and the subsequent extension due to various challenges. The initial registration period spanned from January 1 to December 31, 2023, with a three-month extension granted until […]

todayApril 4, 2024 3


Government Allocates Funds to Revive Kalimbeza Rice Project

President Nangolo Mbumba disclosed on Thursday that the government has allocated N$8 million to rejuvenate the Kalimbeza Rice Project. The announcement was made during his keynote address at Namibia's 34th Independence Day celebrations held in Katima Mulilo, Zambezi Region. Notably, this marks the first time Zambezi has hosted Independence Day celebrations since 1990. In addition to the funding for the rice project, President Mbumba revealed that the government has approved […]

todayMarch 22, 2024 2


President Mbumba reflects on 34th Independence celebrations

The country yesterday celebrated our 34th Independence Day in Katima Mulilo, under the theme "A People United for Prosperity". The event was marked by several cultural performances as well as a live band to highlight Namibia's diversity. With people queuing up from before 6am to guarantee themselves a spot we spoke to President Nangolo Mbumba to get his thoughts on the event.

todayMarch 22, 2024 9


Government avails N$ 8 million to revive rice project

During his keynote address at Namibia’s 34th Independence Day celebrations at Katima Mulilo, President Nangolo Mbumba revealed that the government has availed N$ 8 million to revive the Kalimbeza Rice Project. Mbumba also said government approved the establishment of a sugar plantation on part of Kalimbeza, in addition to a sugar processing plant in Katima Mulilo. Highlighting the development and job growth potential of the projects, the Presuident added that […]

todayMarch 22, 2024 2