Nearly a month after the primary election for Swapo Party candidates in the
Rehoboth East Constituency, voters are still smarting over the manner in which
the elections were held, threatening to withhold their votes for the party if
the former councillor, Alfred Stefanus Dax, is not »
A total of 110 concerned residents of Rehoboth signed a petition against apparent
plans by the town council there to lease out a portion - Plot number 9 - of
the endangered Acacia forest close to the town to a private enterprise.
Spokesperson of the concerned group, Kathy Hampe »
With a community representative board now solidly in place and operational,
the country's first significant regional arts and culture centre is ready to
accept autonomous status under the Government's decentralization plan.
This is the view of the founder of the Rehoboth School »
Renewed dissatisfaction with shebeens operating in Rehoboth flared over the
weekend when a man fell into an open fire on the premises of one of the establishments,
and later presumably died of his wounds sustained in the incident.
The man, Monde Wels, aged given as 45 »
Residents of Schlip owe the country's water utility millions of dollars.
Schlip is a private settlement south of Rehoboth, which, according to the
Republican Party’s executive secretary, Carola Engelbrecht, who attended
a meeting at the settlement recently, is about to have »
Veteran political activist Hermanus Beukes, who died at the age of 91 at his
native Rehoboth on July 22, was buried at his hometown on Saturday.
Among the speakers at his funeral service was Evangelical Lutheran Church
Bishop Zephania Kameeta, a friend of the Beukes family who »
Namibian liberation struggle icon Hermanus Christoffel Beukes, who passed away
at the end of last month at the age of 91, was put to rest on Saturday at his
home town of Rehoboth.
Rehoboth residents, including elders, young men and women including church
and government »
The sort of man who would not shy away from giving the most powerful man in
Namibia an angry dressing down on his own turf - that was Hermanus Beukes, a
resolute and outspoken opponent of South Africa's rule over Namibia who died
at the age of 91 at Rehoboth last Thursday.
We, the Hardap Women's Voice under Woman's Action for Development wish to convey
our utmost disappointment in our church leaders who bluntly refused to assist
us in our effort to try and curb the evil practises in Rehoboth.
We do not ask for shebeens to be closed down, but we »
A non-profit and developmental initiative, Rehoboth Community Trust (RCT),
established to address the plight and interests of Rehoboth residents, was launched
The trust will look into issues such as poverty alleviation, job creation,
income generation projects »