Daily Archives: November 18, 2012

Family planning: impact of not exercising this right can be seen in occurrence of baby dumping

WINDHOEK: Although family planning services are free in all public health facilities, the impact of not exercising this right can be seen in the daily occurrence of baby dumping and teenage pregnancy, a top Government …

WINDHOEK: Unnatural deaths dominated the Namibian Police Force’s weekly report for the Khomas Region, with alcohol seemingly the contributing factor.

Khomas Regional Crime Investigations’ Coordinator, Deputy Commissioner Sylvanus Nghishindimbwa said during the weekly crime briefing in Windhoek on Sunday that the Rehoboth Police is investigating two murder cases of which one took place around 11h00 …

Africa Road Safety Day observed on Ongwediva

ONGWEDIVA: Chairperson of the Oshana Regional Council, Lot Kuushomwa, has called on motorists in Namibia to change their mindset by exercising discipline, good behaviour and respect for other users of public roads in the country.…

Unnatural deaths dominate Namibian Police Force’s weekly report

WINDHOEK: Unnatural deaths dominated the Namibian Police Force’s weekly report for the Khomas Region, with alcohol seemingly the contributing factor.

Khomas Regional Crime Investigations’ Coordinator, Deputy Commissioner Sylvanus Nghishindimbwa said during the weekly crime briefing …

Two young men shot near Club London

WINDHOEK: Police in the Khomas Region are investigating a case of attempted murder after two youngsters were shot at a nightclub in the capital over the weekend. Namibian Police Force (NamPol) Khomas Regional Crime Investigations’ …