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.

INTERVIEW | ICT Minister on significant strides being made in driving digital transformation


Namibia is making significant strides in driving digital transformation and expanding connectivity through the implementation of a robust regulatory framework and various policy initiatives.

Speaking at the Global Symposium for Regulators, ICT Minister Dr. Peya Mushelenga highlighted the country's efforts to promote universal access, enhance network security, and improve the affordability of digital services.



Project Hope Namibia donates computer tablets to the Oshikoto Education Directory


Project Hope Namibia has donated computer tablets to the Oshikoto Education Directory to be used by learners doing advanced-level studies.

According to the Education Directorate in Oshikoto Region, over 400 learners are registered for AS-level, and they estimate this will grow to about 1,000 learners next year.

Project organizers say they have realized that many AS-level students lack access to electronic devices, and thanks to the donation, they will now be able to download material and learn online.