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BoN to investigate Nauyoma, Amushelelo property group

BoN to investigate Nauyoma, Amushelelo property group

2022-07-01Edward Mumbuu
The Bank of Namibia will investigate the business activities of a housing initia...
Shack fire robs family of breadwinner

Shack fire robs family of breadwinner

2022-07-01Loide Jason
Three struggling young women who hail from Eheke in the Oshana region and came t...
Getting to university against all odds

Getting to university against all odds

2022-07-01Aletta Shikololo
The odds were always stacked against Johanna Kamati, one of the few San people f...
Commissioner Abel retires

Commissioner Abel retires

2022-07-01John Muyamba
Outgoing Kavango West police commander, Commissioner Josephat Abel yesterday han...
Minister warns conservancy members against poaching

Minister warns conservancy members against poaching

2022-07-01Aron Mushaukwa
The Minister of Environment, Forestry and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta, has called o...

Sports
Coetzee: We are focused on getting the job done… Africa Cup quarterfinals today

Coetzee: We are focused on getting the job done… Africa Cup quarterfinals today

Namibia’s senior rugby 15 head coach Allister Coetzee said they will methodically approach today’s clash against Burkina Faso in the Rugby Africa Cup quarterfinals, where a lot of emphasis will be placed on getting the basics right. 
 Up close with ‘Captain Fantastic’  Sandro de Gouveia 

 Up close with ‘Captain Fantastic’  Sandro de Gouveia 

When Namibia’s founding president Sam Nujoma, the first democratically elected leader of the Republic of Namibia, penned his autobiography; ‘Where others Wavered’, the veteran freedom fighter must have had Sandro de Gouveia, in mind. 
My candid view - Kudos to horseracing!

My candid view - Kudos to horseracing!

I must admit that we haven’t been giving enough credit and applause to our local horse race organisers and racehorse owners for a job well done, and for pushing the envelope further in the tough and financially-demanding sport of horseracing. 

MTC netball premiership set for resumption

Hinda scoops gold at Gauteng championships… in semi-final action today

Namibian top ref to officiate in Morocco

Business
Capricorn offers N$100 000 to reduce food waste

Capricorn offers N$100 000 to reduce food waste

The Capricorn Foundation has launched a Food Waste Challenge, calling for solutions to reduce food waste in Namibia. The challenge is based on an open innovation platform, allowing anyone to participate in this challenge, offering N$100 000 for the winning solution.
Trustco reports profit more than 10 times’ revenue

Trustco reports profit more than 10 times’ revenue

​​​​​​​For the six months ended 28 February 2022, Trustco Group Holdings Limited reported revenue of N$51.6 million, and profit of close to N$580 million. This means the group’s profit was about 11 times more than reported revenue. These results are contained in Trustco’s release of its latest unaudited, condensed, consolidated interim results. 
ReconAfrica and Namcor spud first of four oil targets

ReconAfrica and Namcor spud first of four oil targets

Canadian oil and gas company Reconnaissance Energy (ReconAfrica) and its joint venture partner, the National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor), have confirmed spudding of the first of four wells on 25 June 2022 that were identified with previous exploratory drilling.

Kellerman ICT Solutions leads dialogue on 4iR

Tanzanian business delegation to boost trade

Opinion - Invoice discounting facilities enhance cash-flow management

Courts & Crime
Incomplete record  halts infanticide trial

Incomplete record  halts infanticide trial

An incomplete record of the ongoing trial of a woman, accused of killing her six-month-old son by throwing him on the ground, thereby fracturing his skull, has caused a pause in the trial.
Accused albino hunters apply for legal aid

Accused albino hunters apply for legal aid

The police have completed their investigations into the case of two men in custody for allegedly attempting to buy the hair of a person living with albinism.
Cops lay charges against mayor

Cops lay charges against mayor

Two police officers, who were involved in a melee with Windhoek mayor Sade Gawanas on Monday afternoon, have laid two charges of crimen injuria and racial discrimination against the politician. 

Hostel paedophile needs lawyer

15 laptops stolen from Ohangwena school

Man caught allegedly attempting to rape minor

Entertainment
Sai’s Kitchen is trending

Sai’s Kitchen is trending

After opening the doors to Sai’s Kitchen in March 2017 near U-Save in Windhoek’s Havana informal settlement, the business has been growing steadily, catering to locals and visitors from almost all corners of the globe. 
Addressing relations through discourse

Addressing relations through discourse

Many relationships experience conflict that could create stress, which, in turn, could have detrimental effects on the physical and mental health of couples.
Ndapanda's Travels - Floating on the Kwando with Gondwana lodges

Ndapanda's Travels - Floating on the Kwando with Gondwana lodges

If you’re even a little bit like me, you likely know very little about the Kwando River. 

A Day in the life of Paula - That’s the way life goes

Mental health conversations - Coping with toxic parents

Uncommon sense - Embracing seasons  of life

National
Coetzee: We are focused on getting the job done… Africa Cup quarterfinals today

Coetzee: We are focused on getting the job done… Africa Cup quarterfinals today

Namibia’s senior rugby 15 head coach Allister Coetzee said they will methodically approach today’s clash against Burkina Faso in the Rugby Africa Cup quarterfinals, where a lot of emphasis will be placed on getting the basics right. 
 Up close with ‘Captain Fantastic’  Sandro de Gouveia 

 Up close with ‘Captain Fantastic’  Sandro de Gouveia 

When Namibia’s founding president Sam Nujoma, the first democratically elected leader of the Republic of Namibia, penned his autobiography; ‘Where others Wavered’, the veteran freedom fighter must have had Sandro de Gouveia, in mind. 
My candid view - Kudos to horseracing!

My candid view - Kudos to horseracing!

I must admit that we haven’t been giving enough credit and applause to our local horse race organisers and racehorse owners for a job well done, and for pushing the envelope further in the tough and financially-demanding sport of horseracing. 

Sai’s Kitchen is trending

Addressing relations through discourse

Ndapanda's Travels - Floating on the Kwando with Gondwana lodges

Youth
Popya with Timoteus Nangombe - Accessing education via SMS

Popya with Timoteus Nangombe - Accessing education via SMS

Namibia is slowly moving out of first gear in terms of getting more technologically advanced, and the role young people play in this transition cannot be stressed enough.
Dispatched thoughts - Why have a Pride Month?

Dispatched thoughts - Why have a Pride Month?

The month of June is recognised as Pride Month, where members of the LGBTQ+ community fight shame and social stigma, marching in the face of threats and violence. 
Do not limit yourself to borders

Do not limit yourself to borders

With the current tough and trying times people find themselves in, particularly the youth, it is important for one to keep improving themselves and not limit themselves to borders.

Young Namibians’ hearts filled with kindness 

Dispatched thoughts - Rest only where and when necessary

I always wanted to make my own brand -Frezzy

 

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