Orlando Pirates head coach Woody Jacobs blamed first-half technical errors for their 1-3 loss against African Stars in the Debmarine Premiership on Saturday. Head coach of Wanderers Netball Club Erica van Zyl has praised her team for their hard work ahead of the MTC NNPL playoffs over the past weekend, saying it has paid off. The Nedbank National Road and Time Trial and Cycling Championships are set to take place this weekend in the capital, featuring elite athletes competing for national titles in the time trial and road race categories.
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Naimhwaka to serve on CAA council Huawei has earned its place as a Top Employer in South Africa, for a fifth year running, as determined by the Top Employers Institute, a global authority on excellence in people practices. As electric vehicles (EVs) become more popular in Namibia due to a steady escalation of fuel prices and the increased scarcity of new vehicles and vehicle parts, many potential EV customers are concerned about the availability of charging stations for alternative forms of personal transport. European Union commissioner for internal market, Thierry Breton, has confirmed the willingness of the EU to support Namibia in further developing a home-grown extractive, refining and recycling industry for raw materials.
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Air Zimbabwe to expand domestic routes The family of two children, who were allegedly killed by their mother over two years ago in Ethiopia, is asking why the accused is still free. Five men implicated in the Fishrot scandal are fighting tooth and nail to stop prosecutor general Martha Imalwa from attaching their assets. The police are still investigating a case in which a 57-year-old man killed his wife and daughter, and attempted to kill four other people in a shooting spree last year in Stinkwater, Dordabis area.
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Church murder accused granted bail 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. 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. 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 A good rainy season should be perceived as one that starts in time as anticipated, is well distributed throughout the season, and ultimately rehydrates the soil, refills water sources, and revegetates the rangeland. However, if recent rainfall activities are conspicuously erratic, their effects can be a concern. It is already a month into 2023. Soon the realities of those high New Year resolutions you have set for yourself this year will hit, and you will realise just how intense setting New Year’s resolutions is. Huawei has earned its place as a Top Employer in South Africa, for a fifth year running, as determined by the Top Employers Institute, a global authority on excellence in people practices.
M&Z Motors to erect electric vehicle charging stations
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Natural resources improve rural livelihoods 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. 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. 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.
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