Serious allegations of corrupt practices were made on Monday against the Namibian Police in the South to a visiting Parliamentary delegation during a heated and hectic public meeting at Kalkrand. This was yesterday telephonically confirmed by the Speaker of the National Assembly, Theo-Ben »
Lack of sufficient books and schooling materials still remains one of the many challenges Vooruitsig Junior Secondary School in Rehoboth is facing.
But yesterday the European Commission (EC) donated different school materials, including accounting books worth N$8 500 to the school »
'To Restore the Mighty Khoisan'
In recent times a few efforts were made to bring together what was termed
the First Nations of the Khoisan, namely, the Nama, the Basters, the San, the
Griekwa, and the Coloureds in a political block alliance.
This move was spearheaded by »
Mr. Dap Izaaks died last night as a result of internal injuries sustained at a motorcycle accident two weeks ago, he was 72.
Mr Izaaks was the oldest of ten children and one of the most prominent political leaders of the Rehoboth »
The Rehoboth Town Council is presently involved in the first phase of a road rehabilitation exercise that would see up to 15,2 km of the town's pot-holed roads being restored to their former glory.
The first phase of the project that involves rehabilitation of the main streets and »
The annual three-day Rehoboth Agricultural Show has undoubtedly become the ultimate
window for economic development in the Hardap Region.
The show has registered growth in the number of local business exhibitors as
well as visitors whose numbers jumped from 12 000 to 15 000 last Friday »
Women's Action for Development (WAD) yesterday inaugurated its Hardap Training
Centre at Rehoboth.
The building that was once dilapidated has now been transformed into a centre
of learning for youths in the region. The transformation was made possible by
the generous sponsorship of »
The Rehoboth Corporate Communications and Community Development Officer, Jeffrey
Kasupi, told New Era yesterday that the Rehoboth Town Council is regravelling
15 kilometres of roads inside the town.
Kasupi said that the regravelling process is a five-year project whereby all
the roads »
The initiator of the junior town council and also the coordinator of the youth
office in Rehoboth Pauline Diergaardt has commended ex-members of the junior town
council for their efforts and the time spent trying to realise their dreams at
the town council.
Rehoboth is among a handful of »
Despite stiff fines and penalties of up to N$100 000 under the Minerals Prospecting
and Mining Act of 1992 in neglecting rehabilitation of the environment, more
than 200 abandoned mines are currently littering the whole country.
One such abandoned mine is the now defunct and »