Namibia, Botswana sign MoU

The Communications Regulatory Authorities of Namibia (CRAN) and that of Botswana signed a memorandum of understanding at Swakopmund on Thursday.

The MoU will allow the countries' authorities to collaborate on matters related to cybersecurity, data protection, and roaming data, among others.

The ministers of information of the two sister countries started working on this collaboration about three months ago when ICT Minister Dr. Peya Mushelenga visited Botswana.

Omaheke RC and Batswana Ba Namibia TA sign MoU

The Omaheke Regional Council and the Batswana Ba Namibia Traditional Authority have signed an agreement to manage and maintain a cattle project in the community of the Okorukambe Constituency of the Omaheke Region.

Five years ago, the community received 43 cows and two bulls for the purpose of community development-related affairs.

Kgosi Andrew Kgosiemang of the Batswana Ba Namibia Traditional Authority states that the signed agreement will help ensure the smooth operation of the cattle project, with the primary objective of improving the livelihoods of the community.

Zambezi VTC, NORED sign MOU

The Zambezi vocational training centre and the Northern Regional Electricity Distributor (NORED) have signed a five-year memorandum of understanding aimed at enhancing bilateral cooperation in technical and vocational training.

The two institutions will collaborate in trainee industrial attachment, internship, apprenticeship, and staff exchange programmes for capacity building, as well as staff exposure, renovations, repair works for building structures and conducting research.

Professor Matengu says palliative care is important and valuable

The University of Namibia's Vice Chancellor, Professor Kenneth Matengu, said palliative care is an important and valuable aspect of healthcare.

Professor Matengu emphasised this at the signing of two Memoranda of Understanding with the Hope Home-Based Healthcare Service and Dr. Jeketera-Khumalo Surgery.

Palliative care is specialised medical care for people living with a serious illness, such as cancer or heart failure.

Namibia and Zimbabwe sign MoU

Namibia and Zimbabwe signed a Memorandum of Understanding in the areas of agriculture, industrialization, human capital, and local governance at Gobabis.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, the Permanent Secretary of Provisional Affairs and Devolution of Zimbabwe, Tafadzwa Muguti, emphasised that the agreement also focuses on social development.

RFA, RA & Walvis Bay Municipality partner up to ensure timely upkeep of roads used by cargo traffic

The Road Fund Administration (RFA), the Roads Authority (RA), and the Walvis Bay Municipality have signed an agreement to upgrade and expand the road network leading to the port.

This is to ensure continuous and timely upkeep of the roads used by cargo traffic destined for local, regional, and international markets.

Namibia is positioning itself to become a gateway to the southern African economic market.

NIPAM says it is imperative to consider vocational training

The Acting Executive Director of the Namibian Institute of Public Administration and Management (NIPAM), Sankwasa Mubita, says it is imperative to consider vocational training as it contributes to the growth of the country.

Mubita said this at the signing of a memorandum of understanding between NIPAM and the Windhoek Vocational Training Centre (WVTC).

The three-year-long MoU will help promote and develop areas of mutual interest in fields related to, but not limited to, capacity-building research and marketing.

NIPDB finalizing MoU with the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre

The Namibia Investment Promotion and Development Board (NIPDB) is finalizing a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre.

The two met on the sidelines of the 53rd General Assembly of the just-ended World Trade Centres Association in Accra, Ghana.

The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre is the West African nation's foremost investment attraction and promotion agency under the Office of the President. 

The MoU aims to strengthen the role of Investment Promotion Agencies in facilitating investments and trade on the continent.

MICT, Impact Tank Analysis Foundation sign MoU

The Ministry of Information Communication Technology and the Impact Tank Analysis Foundation signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on transforming self-sustaining digital programmes.

The MoU will accelerate employment in the digital and technology spaces.

Deputy Minister of ICT, Emma Theofelus says the MoU will further promote the acquisition of digital skills and establish Namibia as a participant on the Globe.

Namibia and Sierra Leone sign MoU to strengthen multilateral agreements

Namibia and Sierra Leone have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen their bilateral and multilateral agreements, with a focus on cooperation in key areas such as agriculture, tourism, infrastructure, trade and investment, and marine resources.

This agreement has been seen as a significant milestone in the relationship between the two African nations.