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Geingob: War benefits no one

Geingob: War benefits no one

2023-01-26Maihapa Ndjavera
President Hage Geingob yesterday cautioned a visiting European Union delegation...
Ngavetene: President can’t cancel tenders

Ngavetene: President can’t cancel tenders

2023-01-26Edward Mumbuu
There is no provision in the Procurement Act that gives the head of state unfett...
Councillor pleads for new school …over 500 Goreangab children not placed in school

Councillor pleads for new school …over 500 Goreangab children not placed in school

2023-01-26Loide Jason
The Samora Machel constituency councillor, Nestor Kalola, is asking government t...
Former Walvis Bay CEO sues municipality

Former Walvis Bay CEO sues municipality

2023-01-26Eveline de Klerk
Former CEO of the Walvis Bay Municipality, Muronga Haingura is suing the Walvis...
EU evasive on genocide… ‘focus on the future’ … Namibia told to choose friends ‘wisely’

EU evasive on genocide… ‘focus on the future’ … Namibia told to choose friends ‘wisely’

2023-01-26Edward Mumbuu
Acknowledging Germany’s genocide of Namibians, European Union commissioners said...

Sports
Naimhwaka to serve on CAA council

Naimhwaka to serve on CAA council

Athletics Namibia (AN) president Erwin Naimhwaka has been elected to serve on the council of the Confederation of African Athletics (CAA). He was elected this past weekend during CAA’s Region 5 congress held in Durban, South Africa. 
Botha: Busy year for Mboma…as athletics season looms

Botha: Busy year for Mboma…as athletics season looms

Henk Botha, the head coach of Namibia’s multiple medallist Christine Mboma, yesterday said they will be kicking off their 2023 activities by first competing in two local events before turning their full attention to the international athletics front. 
Indoor hockey women intensify training… as cold weather bites

Indoor hockey women intensify training… as cold weather bites

IN spite of the cold and wet conditions in the Netherlands where Namibia’s women’s indoor hockey team is preparing for the world cup, the players remain focused. 

We want to keep the momentum – Mbakera…as Stars sink Fighters at home

AN eager to unearth more talent …Swakopmund to host first meeting

Up close with fearless shot-stopper …Gotthardt Kudu Tumuna 

Business
Opinion - MIT’s notable milestones and achievements for 2022

Opinion - MIT’s notable milestones and achievements for 2022

The Ministry of Industrialisation and Trade is responsible for spearheading two very important sectors, which are not only wide in scope but very critical for the realisation of national socio-economic development goals of our country.
Gondwana Collection tackles management training

Gondwana Collection tackles management training

Believing in continually building its team while offering quality service with ‘heart and soul’, Gondwana Collection Namibia provides ongoing training to all employees in its in-house training academy.
Construction records fifth consecutive quarterly decline

Construction records fifth consecutive quarterly decline

The domestic construction sector recorded its fifth consecutive quarterly decline during the third quarter of 2022, contracting by 10.0% year-on-year (y/y). 

Alarm bells ring over public debt

GIPF wants beneficiaries to submit school letters

Huawei to digitally transform major Chinese port

Courts & Crime
Fishrot lawyers rip Ueitele judgement apart

Fishrot lawyers rip Ueitele judgement apart

Three Supreme Court judges yesterday heard an appeal against the decision of the Windhoek High Court to refuse to grant six of the Fishrot accused bail.
Church murder accused granted bail

Church murder accused granted bail

Two men who were arrested in connection to the rape and murder of a 29-year-old woman, whose body was found dumped at a local church in Windhoek in 2021, were released on bail yesterday.
Cops fatally shoot rhino poaching suspect

Cops fatally shoot rhino poaching suspect

A suspect in a poaching case was gunned down by police officers on Saturday after three men allegedly hunted down a rhinoceros at farm Okarakua in the Windhoek district. 

NSFAF’s fraud accused must answer

Man bludgeoned to death

Man beats girlfriend for unplugging radio

Entertainment
Industry Loop - 2022 was...

Industry Loop - 2022 was...

I still think the industry needs an awards platform. Don’t get me wrong, I love the fact that Simply You Magazine Lifestyle and Fashion Awards are serving and now the Spectrum Awards, which is fantastic...kudos honestly. But we all know we need a national awards platform the size and magnitude of the NAMAs.
Goodbye 2022, hello 2023!

Goodbye 2022, hello 2023!

2022 is pretty much over, can you imagine? It is perhaps just me, but this year did not last as long as I would have liked it to. I feel like I blinked in May and woke up at the very end of November.
Mental Health Conversations - Financial implications on mental health

Mental Health Conversations - Financial implications on mental health

Research indicates that there’s a strong correlation between money problems and mental health issues. Spending more than we intend or budget has the propensity to create stress, anxiety and depression for many people.

Omuthiya Arts and Culture Fair

Mavutu Conversations - End femicide now

Uncommon Sense - Only love will save us in 2023

National
Naimhwaka to serve on CAA council

Naimhwaka to serve on CAA council

Athletics Namibia (AN) president Erwin Naimhwaka has been elected to serve on the council of the Confederation of African Athletics (CAA). He was elected this past weekend during CAA’s Region 5 congress held in Durban, South Africa. 
Opinion - MIT’s notable milestones and achievements for 2022

Opinion - MIT’s notable milestones and achievements for 2022

The Ministry of Industrialisation and Trade is responsible for spearheading two very important sectors, which are not only wide in scope but very critical for the realisation of national socio-economic development goals of our country.
Gondwana Collection tackles management training

Gondwana Collection tackles management training

Believing in continually building its team while offering quality service with ‘heart and soul’, Gondwana Collection Namibia provides ongoing training to all employees in its in-house training academy.

Construction records fifth consecutive quarterly decline

Alarm bells ring over public debt

Geingob: War benefits no one

Youth
Unam student wins big at Hackathon 2022

Unam student wins big at Hackathon 2022

Fifteen Namibian students participated in the Unesco-India-Africa (UIA) hackathon (programming competition) that took place from 22 to 25 November 2022 at Gautam Buddha University in India.
Your final destination

Your final destination

For many, the thought of their final destination does not even cross their minds nor ring a bell to them – they never take time to think about where they are going to end up.
Kunene youth attend camping workshop

Kunene youth attend camping workshop

The first-ever Kunene Youth Camp Workshop took place recently at the Ijaba Lodge in Outjo. A group of 35 youth, mostly females, indulged in activities such as scavenger hunts, potjie kos cook-offs, night bonfires, training, development and group travels.

Rescue the men

Short Story - The Breathing Skull (1904)

Opinion - Cooking makes men independent  

 

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