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Brainy Brave makes history

Brainy Brave makes history

2021-05-07Aletta Shikololo
In 2016, Brave Chibaka was just 14 years old when he enrolled at the University...
NTB pressured into paying Adjovi

NTB pressured into paying Adjovi

2021-05-07Maria Amakali
The hearing, in which the Namibia Tourism Board is seeking a court order that wo...
Tax fraudster asks for mercy

Tax fraudster asks for mercy

2021-05-07Roland Routh
The Namibian woman who was convicted with 12 Angolans for defrauding government...
Woodcarvers await ‘promised land’

Woodcarvers await ‘promised land’

2021-05-07Emmency Nuukala
Woodcarvers await ‘promised land’ When Paulinus Oscar and five other men from Ka...
Court washes hands off SONA scuffle

Court washes hands off SONA scuffle

2021-05-07Maria Amakali
Landless People’s Movement (LPM) leaders Bernadus Swartbooi and Henny Seibeb hav...

Sports
Keetmanshoop, Rundu to host games in the MTC NNPL round 3

Keetmanshoop, Rundu to host games in the MTC NNPL round 3

Keetmanshoop and Rundu will this weekend play host to the third round of the MTC Netball Namibia Premier League, which will see games being played at the J Stephanus Netball Courts and the Rundu Sports Stadium on Saturday.
Keetmanshoop, Rundu to host games in the MTC NNPL round 3

Keetmanshoop, Rundu to host games in the MTC NNPL round 3

Keetmanshoop and Rundu will this weekend play host to the third round of the MTC Netball Namibia Premier League, which will see games being played at the J Stephanus Netball Courts and the Rundu Sports Stadium on Saturday.
NPC hoping for more spots at the Paralympics

NPC hoping for more spots at the Paralympics

Namibia has so far acquired four slots for the 2020 Summer Paralympic Games, but Namibia Paralympic Committee (NPC) secretary general Michael Hamukwaya is optimistic of attaining more slots ahead of the event scheduled for 24 August to 5 September in Tokyo, Japan.

Julinho Sporting gunning for Blue Waters’ scalp…as NPFL resumes

Tales Of The Legends: Up close with Phillip Muinjo, the 'Slippery Fox'

Shooting From The Hip: It never rains but pours for Namibian sport

Business
Inside Harambee Prosperity Plan II - Pillar Four: Infrastructure Development

Inside Harambee Prosperity Plan II - Pillar Four: Infrastructure Development

The Harambee Prosperity Plan II (HPP II) covers 2021 to 2025 and builds on the solid foundation of the inaugural HPP 2016-2020. It continues to prioritise the implementation of targeted policy programmes to enhance service delivery,
NPTH receives N$572 million in dividends from subsidiaries

NPTH receives N$572 million in dividends from subsidiaries

The Namibia Post and Telecom Holdings (NPTH) received a dividend of N$572.2 million from its subsidiaries Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) and Telecom Namibia for the 2019/2020 financial year.
Nedbank Kapana competition impacts small business owners

Nedbank Kapana competition impacts small business owners

The Nedbank Kapana Cook-Off 2021 competition will launch this Friday, 7 May. The competition, which is in its seventh year, will once again provide a business for the winner in the form of...

Standard Bank joins Credit Guarantee Scheme…offers 60% collateral reduction for qualifying SMEs

Risks to the banking sector remain imminent

NWR loses N$174 million as Covid-19 destroys tourism

Courts & Crime
Covid delays double-murder trial

Covid delays double-murder trial

The trial of Ernst Lichtenstrasser, who is accused of killing two senior managers at the Namibian Institute of Mining and Technology (NIMT) in Arandis,
NTB pressured into paying Adjovi

NTB pressured into paying Adjovi

The hearing, in which the Namibia Tourism Board is seeking a court order that would compel the organisers of the Kora All-Africa Music Awards to return over N$23 million in state funds, was concluded yesterday in the Windhoek High Court.
Tax fraudster asks for mercy

Tax fraudster asks for mercy

The Namibian woman who was convicted with 12 Angolans for defrauding government of N$210 million through false tax refunds on purchases exported from Namibia, wants the court to have mercy on her.

DNA analysis delays murder trial

Lay litigant denied legal aid

Sioka faces contempt of court charge

Entertainment
Industry Loop: Namibians... eish!

Industry Loop: Namibians... eish!

You know neh… Namibians are sometimes just aspres people! No, for reals. I recently stumbled across a post that read: “I can’t wait for Namibian rappers to start sounding Namibian”. Allow me to contextualise why I am saying that as a people, as Namibians – we can be unnecessarily aspres!  
Top Trending: A teary goodbye to Air Namibia

Top Trending: A teary goodbye to Air Namibia

The top trending clip is of former air hostess Sade Shereen Gawanas, who could not hold her tears as she witnessed the return of an aircraft leased to Air Namibia.
At Home With: Isack Hamata - the shy, yet extrovert soccer fanatic

At Home With: Isack Hamata - the shy, yet extrovert soccer fanatic

As much as he loves talking about sport, specifically football, on various platforms, Isack Tuyenikuye Hamata says he is the wariest extrovert and introvert one will ever find.

MTC Windhoek Fashion Week calls for entries

Hate speech

Health Conversations: Ways to self-care to promote good mental health

National
In loving memory of the Shambo philosopher

In loving memory of the Shambo philosopher

In every traditional community, or what we know as tribes, especially in Africa, arises a category of musical lyrics, known to carry a particular melody, message and character related to that specific tribe, which often linguistically describe the knowledge and cultural heritage of that particular tribe.
The development of marine pollution responsibilities

The development of marine pollution responsibilities

OPINION: General concern over oil pollution appears to have originated in the first decade after World War 1 when, first the United States, and then the League of Nations undertook to obtain explicit international agreement on measures to combat oil pollution. 
Jan's Corner: Religious language and its sometime destructive social praxis

Jan's Corner: Religious language and its sometime destructive social praxis

OPINION: Language is one of the ways of communication. The way we understand life and the way experience it is being made transparent by our language. Remember, language can say that which we do not want to say – and in most cases it is not an apt indication of how society functions.

Understanding internationalisation of higher education (Part 2)

Educating for poverty alleviation

Students’ representatives: Serving students or making names?

Youth
Promoting clean light in Namibia

Promoting clean light in Namibia

In order to address the issue of shack fires, mostly caused by burning candles or faulty electrical connections, a young Namibian entrepreneur established Mushi BioPower Solar Namibia, a company that offers solar-powered electrical equipment.
Fixing dilapidating ECD schools

Fixing dilapidating ECD schools

Seven young Namibians have taken it upon themselves to fix dilapidating structures of early childhood development schools through their New Elementary Namibia organisation.
Journalists share WPFD experience

Journalists share WPFD experience

Namibia on Monday concluded the hosting of the 2021 World Press Freedom Day, which saw an array of young journalists from various countries flocking to the Safari court to take part in the Youth Newsroom.

Oshikoto shuns regional youth week celebrations

Education students take lead in Unam graduation...… engineering and IT lags behind

Agri-business unlocking Namibia’s economic potential

 

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