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City of Windhoek and MTC unite in creating a safe city

    Charged with the responsibility to ensure the safety and security within the jurisdiction of the city, coupled with the increasing need for smart policing, the leadership of the Municipal Council of Windhoek and Namibia’s premier digital enabler, MTC, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding which will see the two parties deploy, through the Windhoek City Police Service, more cutting-edge technologies to assist in combatting crime within the city. […]

todayMay 8, 2024 5


City and MTC Partner to Boost Safety Measures

Windhoek City and MTC have formed a crucial partnership to bolster safety and security efforts in the city. Through a Memorandum of Understanding, they aim to empower the Windhoek City Police Service with advanced technologies to combat crime more effectively. Lydia Amutenya, the City's spokesperson.  

todayMay 8, 2024 16


Communications Regulatory Authority Pursues Tax Reductions for Cheaper Telecom Services

Emilia Nghikembua, CEO of the Communications Regulatory Authority , announces a taxation study aimed at engaging the government to reduce taxes in the telecom sector. The goal is to make data and phone calls more affordable. Cran is also conducting a pricing study for voice clips, SMSes, and data to determine mobile service prices, with regulations to follow once completed. Stakeholder engagements have begun, with some licensees already reducing prices. […]

todayApril 26, 2024 7


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


MTC Allocates N$1.5 Million for Entrepreneurship Empowerment in the Second Round of 4Life Project

Mobile Telecommunication Limited has earmarked N$1.5 million for the MTC 4Life Project in 2024, focusing on empowering aspiring and existing entrepreneurs. In the second round of the initiative, 40 young Namibians, aged between 18 and 35, will receive training to develop practical and entrepreneurial skills in various areas, including nail artistry, bricklaying, and barbering. MTC spokesperson Erasmus Nekundi shared details.  

todayMarch 12, 2024 1


MTC honours late President Hage Geingob

Mobile operator MTC has unveiled a special initiative to honor the legacy of the late President Hage Geingob. From today until 25 February 2024, the carrier will provide 82 complimentary national minutes to all its customers. Here's MTC spokesperson John Ekongo with further details.

todayFebruary 22, 2024 2