Team Namibia will later today leave for Maseru, Lesotho, where the African Union Sports Council (AUSC) Region 5 Games are scheduled for 3 to 12 December. A team of six karatekas and two delegates left Namibia yesterday to compete at the upcoming African Karate Championships set for 2 to 5 December in Cairo, Egypt. The Cricket World Cup League 2 series that was being played at Windhoek’s Wanderers Cricket Ground was abruptly called off on Friday after the United Arab Emirates (UAE) decided to close its borders to travellers from southern Africa.
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RIP Carlos de Gouveia 1953-2021 Special Economic Zones (SEZs) are a key policy instrument that is deployed to ensure the attainment of economic goals as set out through the industrialisation path. Special Economic Zones (SEZs) are a key policy instrument that is deployed to ensure the attainment of economic goals as set out through the industrialisation path. Rössing Uranium and the Mineworkers Union of Namibia (MUN) Rössing Branch Executive Committee (BEC) recently concluded negotiations for salary increments for 2022 and 2023 within a month of negotiating.
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Renewables the fuel for the future…70% of Namibia’s energy to come from solar by 2030 The bail hearing of a former employee of corruption accused Sackey Shanghala and his business partner James Hatuikulipi has been bogged down by incessant delays. A man from the Oshikoto region committed suicide last week, a day after he attempted to rape a 19-year-old girl. The Windhoek High Court found that a former military paramedic, who was on trial for gunning down his ex-girlfriend and mother of his child, was guilty of murder with direct intent to kill.
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Treason accused says he was harassed For some time now, some radio stations have been guilty of playing music directly from YouTube. I know, I know, the ordinary listener honestly couldn’t give a rat’s a** about where the music is coming from as long as they hear their favourites. I know, but as a responsible broadcasting entity, one would think ethical output is top of the agenda. Renowned Namibian acapella group VM6 will be serenading the Walvis Bay community in a Christmas-themed concert on 11 December. Ndapewa Laina Lukas started her makeup business with difficulty, buying one product at a time until she had all she needed to open Beauty by Laina.
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Namibia Pride Week starts Saturday Limkokwing University, which opened its doors in August this year with 70 students enrolled in three diploma programmes, has now embarked on an outreach programme across the country aimed at making education accessible to every Namibian. A group of 577 students received qualifications at the fourth annual Welwitchia Health Training Centre (WHTC) graduation in Windhoek on Friday. The Sunshine Private College in Windhoek hosted its first-ever graduation ceremony on Friday.
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Katjavivi decries Covid vaccine inequality Namibia is addressing the needs of vulnerable communities and persons with disabilities, but something is missing, says member of the Children’s Parliament Rivaldo Kavanga. I personally believe everyone who does great and impactful work should get credit for it, because they truly deserve it. It takes a lot to do something that will have an impact on others’ lives or thinking. To me, that’s the noblest work there is. Due to an increase in suicides among the youth, two International University of Management (IUM) students have started assisting fellow youth who are struggling with academic and social issues.
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