Omaheke Region reflects on Late President Geingob's legacy


In the Omaheke Region, leaders and citizens alike are reflecting on the monumental legacy of the late Dr. Hage Geingob, a figure celebrated not only for his pioneering spirit but also for his deep-seated respect for fellow leaders. 

Known for his significant contributions to the nation, one of Dr. Geingob's notable achievements was spearheading the development of modern infrastructure at Toasis in the Aminuis Constituency.

Farmers called to desist from evicting employees due to disagreements


The Chairperson of the Omaheke Regional Council, Ignatius Kariseb, has called on the residents, particularly farmers, to desist from evicting employees because of disagreements.

Kariseb said this when he visited the family of Joseph Jacobs, who has been offloaded along the corridors of the Kalahari Constituency, allegedly by the employer at Farm Somekoms.

Kariseb, who is also the councillor of the Kalahari Constituency, called on the farmers to desist from evicting employees over an argument.

Crop farmers called to come up with sustainable agricultural methods


Kalahari Constituency Councillor, Ignatius Kariseb has called on the crop farming communities to come up with sustainable agricultural methods in order to unlock the full potential of the sector.

Kariseb made this remark during the 7th Omaheke Crop Farmers Day held at Blouberg Settlement in the Kalahari Constituency.

Kariseb emphasised that food security in the region is a key aspect of addressing malnutrition in the region.

Kariseb also implored the crop-farming communities to capitalise on Farmers Day to share relevant information about the agricultural sector.

Ignatius Kariseb re-elected as Omaheke Regional Council's Chairperson


Ignatius Kariseb has been re-elected as Omaheke Regional Council's Chairperson, while Piniel Pakarae and Wenzel Kavaka of Epukiro and Otjombinde Constituencies are members of the management committee.

In his acceptance speech, Kariseb promised to foster unity among the council members for the benefit of regional development.

A pressing issue on the table that needs to be addressed is youth unemployment.