- Two former employees of the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation last week admitted that they were guilty of corruption and other crimes in connection with the selling of stolen NBC television licences five years ago. James Tjilondelo, who was employed at the NBC as a senior compliance officer, and Timotheus Sheepo, who was a compliance officer with the national broadcaster, are set to be sentenced by Magistrate Dinnah Usiku in the Windhoek Regional Court on Wednesday next week. Each of them has pleaded guilty to two charges. Tjilondelo (29) admitted guilt to a charge of theft and a count of the corrupt use of an office or position to obtain gratification. Sheepo (43) pleaded guilty to charges of receiving stolen property, and the corrupt use of an office or position to obtain gratification. The crimes which the men admitted cost the NBC close to N$110 000.
- Tunisian National TV Channel 2 was awarded the Best Television Production Prize at the 13th Video Clip Oscars, organised in Cairo, September 13-16.The clip "Sarkhat Omma," which was directed by Khalfallah Khalsi and performed by singer Sofia Sadek, was produced by the National TV Channel 2, last July.