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Kandjeke is ‘gatvol’…NSFAF building fiasco final straw

Kandjeke is ‘gatvol’…NSFAF building fiasco final straw

2022-09-23Edward Mumbuu
Auditor general Junias Kandjeke is fed-up with the general lack of accountabilit...
Geingob is my mentor – Shifeta

Geingob is my mentor – Shifeta

2022-09-23Albertina Nakale
Despite not having scored President Hage Geingob’s sought-after endorsement, Swa...
Ex-cop appears for N$10m fraud

Ex-cop appears for N$10m fraud

2022-09-23Roland Routh
A former police officer who studied information technology made a first appearan...
Councillor unmasked for defaulting on campaign material 

Councillor unmasked for defaulting on campaign material 

2022-09-23Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
Kalahari constituency councillor Ignatius Kariseb is in hot water after he alleg...
Minister wants sign language officially recognised 

Minister wants sign language officially recognised 

2022-09-23Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
Disability affairs deputy minister, Alexia Manombe-Ncube, has appealed to parlia...

Sports
We still stand a chance to progress - Benjamin

We still stand a chance to progress - Benjamin

Young Warriors head coach Collin Benjamin remains optimistic that they can still rejuvenate their campaign by beating Angola in tomorrow’s return leg at the 11 de Novembro Stadium in Luanda. 
NFA reintegrates NPL leadership…says expulsions were illegal

NFA reintegrates NPL leadership…says expulsions were illegal

The Fifa-appointed Normalisation Committee for the Namibia Football Association (NFA) yesterday uplifted and set aside the expulsion of the Namibia Premier League (NPL) executive committee members, saying the decision by the NFA to banish the members was illegal as it had no legal grounds.
Up close with ‘Uncle Happiness’ Ricardo /Hawixa// Garoeb

Up close with ‘Uncle Happiness’ Ricardo /Hawixa// Garoeb

For many, he is the well-spoken and energetic Kaisames radio station sports anchor but in real life, Ricardo Garoeb, famously known as ‘Uncle Happiness’, used to be a magical baller of note. New Era Sport caught up with the likeable popular socialite as he goes full throttle reliving his untold football journey, and how being harshly elbowed out of his job almost drove him to suicide.

Okuhepa to the Normalisation Committee

Mboma ropes in lawyers to fight agent…Botha remains positive

NFA, FlyNamibia sign partnership

Business
Opinion - Informal and micro enterprises: Small is beautiful

Opinion - Informal and micro enterprises: Small is beautiful

The recent focus on empowering informal and microenterprises is a necessary affirmation for further development of Namibia’s economy. Development of new market spaces, as well as ongoing management of and upgrades to SME parks as good omens for the future. 
Women step up business skills

Women step up business skills

Women entrepreneurs recently took their business skills to the next level through an online and face-to-face training programme provided by Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) in Namibia.
Opinion - Artificial Intelligence: Data is the new gold rush

Opinion - Artificial Intelligence: Data is the new gold rush

Technology and innovation developments continue unabated, and it makes my heart sing. I love anything to do with Tech, and what we are seeing right now will be a game-changer across the world as well as in Namibia.

Mouton confirmed as new NamPost COO

Dienda calls for water debt write off

Third market day urges SMEs to expand

Courts & Crime
Ex-cop appears for N$10m fraud

Ex-cop appears for N$10m fraud

A former police officer who studied information technology made a first appearance at the Windhoek High Court yesterday on charges of fraud, alternatively theft, money laundering, forgery and uttering.
Double murder convict raises fingerprint appeal

Double murder convict raises fingerprint appeal

The High Court is faced with the challenge of deciding whether or not to grant a double murder convict’s request to re-open his case for fingerprint analysis.
Alleged paedophile heads for mental evaluation

Alleged paedophile heads for mental evaluation

The High Court yesterday granted the request of Johann Maree, a former police reservist, accused of sexually abusing underage boys, filming, and selling pornographic materials of them on the dark web, to undergo psychiatric evaluation.

Lawyer questions absence of ‘kingpin’ in B1 City trial

Crack cocaine allegedly kills 4

PG explains missing dockets case

Entertainment
I’m allergic to unemployment – Kadhikwa

I’m allergic to unemployment – Kadhikwa

Local businesswoman Twapewa Kadhikwa continues to inspire and empower Namibians and SMEs in Africa to manage themselves and their businesses successfully.
Musketeers reaching continental stardom

Musketeers reaching continental stardom

First Namibia, then Africa, as the Musketeers make their name known all across Africa.
Wine of The Week - Bizoe Genant 2020

Wine of The Week - Bizoe Genant 2020

When it comes to new wines to try, the label is important. 

‘Ondjila’ to the top

Normalising therapy through film

DJ Yessonia to perform on Amapiano cruise … as she’s busy setting up DJ school

National
We still stand a chance to progress - Benjamin

We still stand a chance to progress - Benjamin

Young Warriors head coach Collin Benjamin remains optimistic that they can still rejuvenate their campaign by beating Angola in tomorrow’s return leg at the 11 de Novembro Stadium in Luanda. 
NFA reintegrates NPL leadership…says expulsions were illegal

NFA reintegrates NPL leadership…says expulsions were illegal

The Fifa-appointed Normalisation Committee for the Namibia Football Association (NFA) yesterday uplifted and set aside the expulsion of the Namibia Premier League (NPL) executive committee members, saying the decision by the NFA to banish the members was illegal as it had no legal grounds.
Up close with ‘Uncle Happiness’ Ricardo /Hawixa// Garoeb

Up close with ‘Uncle Happiness’ Ricardo /Hawixa// Garoeb

For many, he is the well-spoken and energetic Kaisames radio station sports anchor but in real life, Ricardo Garoeb, famously known as ‘Uncle Happiness’, used to be a magical baller of note. New Era Sport caught up with the likeable popular socialite as he goes full throttle reliving his untold football journey, and how being harshly elbowed out of his job almost drove him to suicide.

Okuhepa to the Normalisation Committee

I’m allergic to unemployment – Kadhikwa

Musketeers reaching continental stardom

Youth
Dispatched thoughts - Doing the right thing will always be the right thing

Dispatched thoughts - Doing the right thing will always be the right thing

I wouldn’t blame you if you lost your faith in humanity. After all, there have been and are still plenty of people who simply can’t do right. Some of the things that people do are just hard to understand and at times comprehend. It doesn’t matter their gender, age, creed, or even position, people simply fail to do what is right. 
Opinion - Professional Networking

Opinion - Professional Networking

There is a common perception that describes networking as a form of leveraging personal relationships to secure resources and influence that someone does not deserve on merit.
Girls too can become engineers

Girls too can become engineers

Most solutions found for problems encountered in today’s world are provided by the engineering fraternity, says Ernestine Endjala, a metallurgic engineer for Namdeb.

Calling young innovators and entrepreneurs

Expect the unexpected in business

Opinion - How period shaming affects the girl child in school

 

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