Players Reflect On Highs and Lows Of Domestic Season


During a darts matchup between Mafia and DC played at Wanderers in Pioneers Park, players expressed their thoughts on the league's competitiveness as well as their wish to see more players being involved in the game.

The Khomas Darts League started on the 21st of February this year and will conclude on the 26th of June.

The league has six active participating teams in both the men's and women's divisions, excluding the Rustic team that recently joined the league.

ECN initiates vehicle scouting for November elections


The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) has started scouting for vehicles to be used in the November national elections.

The exercise, which started on Wednesday, saw a larger number of private vehicle owners turn up at the Otjomusie Police Station for inspection and testing. 

The Manager of Communications and Marketing at the ECN, De Wet Siluka, says the commission needs 997 vehicles to effectively and efficiently carry out the voting exercise.

The testing and inspection of the vehicles will run until May 17th.

Katutura East Constituency SMEs receive equipment from Khomas' Income Generating Activity Programme


18 small and medium enterprises in the Katutura East Constituency have received equipment from the Khomas Region's Income Generating Activity Programme to improve their businesses and create jobs.

The business recipients include those in carpentry, needlework, takeaways, nail technicians, catering, baking, welding, and early childhood development.

The Councillor of Katutura East Constituency, Richard !Gaoseb, says the Income Generating Activities project is directed at supporting small, upcoming entrepreneurs.

More than 1,400 learners still without school placement in Khomas Region


More than 1,400 learners in the Khomas Region still need to find a placement now that schools have reopened.

Regional Director of Education, Arts, and Culture Paulus Nghikembua is adamant all learners will find a space in schools.

At the Khomas Directorate of Education, Arts, and Culture, some parents waited in the corridors, anxious to find placement for their children.