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President Mbumba Calls for Tangible Support from International Bodies During UNDP Visit

President, Nangolo Mbumba has called on international organizations to shift their focus from merely providing advice to offering tangible resources that address real-world challenges. During a visit by UNDP resident representative, Alka Bhatia to State House, Mbumba emphasized the need for international bodies to collaborate in solving problems that people can directly benefit from. He criticized the tendency to offer only advisory support and soft loans, stressing the need for […]

todayJuly 19, 2024 8


President Mbumba Seeks UN Support for Child Malnutrition Amid El Niño Drought Emergency

President, Nangolo Mbumba has urged for international aid to address severe child malnutrition in Namibia, particularly in drought-affected areas like Omaheke. With 45 child deaths and 132 malnutrition cases reported last year, Mbumba highlighted the urgent need for food assistance following the declaration of a state of emergency due to El Niño. UN Resident Coordinator, Hopolang Phororo acknowledged the difficulties in mobilizing resources given Namibia's upper middle-income status but affirmed […]

todayJuly 19, 2024 6


Children’s Parliament Begins in Windhoek, Focused on ‘Transforming Education in Namibia’

The Children's Parliament commences today at the Parliament building in Windhoek, inaugurating a week-long series of activities under the theme "Transforming Education In Namibia." Notable guests, including President, Nangolo Mbumba, are expected to attend the sessions, which are held in partnership with the United Nations Fund. The parliament's Sackeus Kadhikwa  

todayJuly 15, 2024 15


Basic Income Grant Gets Public Verbal Approval From Mbumba

President, Nangolo Mbumba has said that the idea that the basic income grant should be given to every Namibian, including those who are employed, will only increase government expenditure; therefore, it should only be given to the needy. Mbumba was speaking during a courtesy visit by the Council of Churches in Namibia committee members on Friday, who called upon the government to seriously consider the income basic grant proposal for […]

todayJuly 8, 2024 11


Mohamed Ould Ghazouani wa Mauritania ahoolululwa oku ninga omupresident wo shilongo natango.

Omupresident wa Mauritania Mohamed Ould Ghazouani,   okwa hoo lu lulwa oku kwa tela komesho oshilongo natango,  sha landula kefindano lo idjemo yo mahoololo aliko moshilongo oshondaxa. Oidjemo yo ma hoololo oyo ya pitifwamo moshilongo osho oku dja mo mahoololo oupresident aliko oshondaxa oya ulika kutya,  Mohamed ould Ghazouani omunamido  67 ali nale ominister ye tanga leameno no kwa li ka kukutu komatango,  okwa findana nee -55.05% oku dja mo idjemo ya […]

todayJuly 2, 2024 10 2


Omupresident wa SA ota hoololwa nena.

Ovatoti veta okwa tee lelika vaka kale va hoolola omupresident wo shilongo sha SA nena. Olopota oyati ova toti veta ota vaka hoolola omupresidet konima eshi va anifilwa oshilonga shavo shili oshikando sho tete tava kala omutumba meumbo lo mutumba wo pashiwana. Pefimbo lo mahoololo,  ovatotiveta okwa tee lelika va ka hoolole omuwiiliki mupe weumbo lo mutumba wo pashiwana no mupedu waye ne hoololo ola ta lika ta li ke […]

todayJune 14, 2024 10 1 4


Nigeria’s President Tinubu Vows Economic Reforms Amid Rising Public Anger

President Bola Tinubu of Nigeria assured on Wednesday that economic reforms will persist despite growing public discontent fueled by increasing hardships as reported by Reuters. He announced plans to soon present an executive bill to parliament aimed at establishing a new minimum wage. Tinubu, in office for a year, eliminated a longstanding petrol subsidy that artificially suppressed prices and contributed to currency devaluation, resulting in inflation rising to 33.69% in […]

todayJune 13, 2024 5

South Africa

New S.Africa parliament meets Friday to elect president

    South Africa's newly elected parliament will convene for the first time on Friday, authorities said, as political parties scramble to form a coalition after the election produced no outright winner. "The first sitting of the National Assembly shall be on Friday, 14 June 2024," Chief Justice Raymond Zondo wrote in an order released on Monday to the media by the justice ministry. Electing a speaker and South Africa's […]

todayJune 10, 2024 25


Namibian Leaders Praise South Africa’s Peaceful Elections as ANC Loses Majority

President, Nangolo Mbumba congratulated South Africa for the peaceful conduct of their recent national elections, highlighting the importance of maintaining order during such processes. Despite the ruling African National Congress losing its parliamentary majority with only 40% of the vote, Mbumba emphasized elections should renew mandates without causing harm. Elsie Nghikembua, Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, also lauded South Africa's electoral process and noted valuable lessons for Namibia's upcoming elections, […]

todayJune 4, 2024 12