For a young, versatile midfielder to have made the impact he had is incredible; playing against ‘Bro Max’ was always going to be a mountain Kilimanjaro to scale. AS the Namibia Football Association (NFA) gears up for the much-anticipated return of the NFA Cup, interim secretary-general Jochen Traut has made a bold declaration that it’s time to treat women’s football with the fairness it deserves. Richard Jakobus April, the Okahandja FC women’s team head coach, has attributed his team’s dismal performance to various factors, including inadequate training facilities.
Stars rope in Kanalelo
Personality of the week - Angombe dreams of continental success
Oshakati set for the Mayoral Cup Lloyds Banking Group yesterday announced soaring annual profits as high interest rates benefitted the British lender and sector as a whole. The UK will join a string of European countries in leaving a controversial energy treaty which has allowed fossil fuel giants to sue governments over their climate policies, the government said yesterday. IN the face of escalating public debt, it is imperative for Namibia to focus on specific industries that can drive repayment obligations. According to economic commentators, the country’s excessive public debt remains a major concern in the medium-term.
Multichoice Namibia to broadcast State funeral across Africa
Airlink pays tribute to President Hage Geingob
Airbus and TotalEnergies partner on sustainable fuel Oshakati High Court Judge Eduard Kesslau last week sentenced a security guard convicted of murdering his girlfriend, over suspected text messages, to an effective 26 years imprisonment. A case of murder has been opened against a 40-year-old man for stabbing his 43-year-old wife multiple times with a pair of scissors, resulting in her death on Friday in Windhoek. The 15 human trafficking accused, including 12 Chinese nationals, one Cuban, one Angolan and one Namibian, have a long wait in store for them before their next court appearance.
Contempt conviction set aside
Security guard guilty of murder
NamPol announces Otjozondjupa promotions IN the ever-evolving music landscape, artists often find themselves undergoing great transformations, both in their craft and personal identities. WATCH! In this year's first podcast of #IndustryLoop with the NSK, Sula Kyababa hits back at critics. IN the ever-evolving music landscape, artists often find themselves undergoing great transformations, both in their craft and personal identities.
Basson unveils New Beginnings
Industry Loop - Here’s to 2024!
Promise forges ahead with gospel It doesn’t burn anymore – it’s called a blue flame. And it is blazing in such a way that Western experts and Kremlinologists have already unleashed their tongues, with which they are trying, albeit inappropriately, to start telling the truth. The world over pop culture continues to reflect the cultural values, beliefs, and norms of a society. The stark reality of staring at one’s own death must be the most terrifying experience
Go well Omes!
Activist abducted in latest Burkina Faso kidnapping
Lloyds profit soars on high interest rates The College of the Arts (Cota) is extending an open invitation to aspiring artists to apply for its diploma and general tuition programmes for the upcoming academic year. The National Collaborative Board Association (NCBA) is a youth-led organisation established in 2020 by different youth leaders from different organisations across the country. The Robin’s Private Music Centre recently marked a significant milestone in its commitment to music education and community enrichment when it unveiled the Robin’s Children’s Choir (RCC).
Dream big and push boundaries
Bank Windhoek supports schools with basic needs
MTC Teen Summit slated for March