Chief administrator of the Namibia Sports Commission (NSC) Freddy Mwiya yesterday burbled and waffled as he tried hard to explain how the blunders that marred the 2020 MTC Namibia Youth Games came about and how the NSC’s capacity was outweighed by the magnitude of the event.
President of the Namibia National Olympic Committee (NNOC) Abner Xoagub has expressed satisfaction with the growing number of Namibian athletes who have qualified for the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games, which will take place from 23 July until 8 August 2021 in Japan.
The Bank of Namibia’s recently released 2019/20 annual report indicates an increase in cash demand, which may have been triggered by the uncertainties brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic as the public opted for cold, hard cash.
The latest contemporary socio-political one-man play by Committed Artists of Namibia, the longest surviving community theatre group in the country, will be staged on 23 and 24 April at the Theatre School in Windhoek.
It is so inspiring to be back in Namibia, to witness the progress made on HIV, and – even more importantly – to discuss with government, UN, development partners, civil society organisations and communities how we can address together the challenges still to overcome the global epidemic.
The Agro Marketing and Trade Agency (Amta) is visiting the //Kharas region to encourage small farmers trade their produce with the entity, who will in turn sell it to offices, ministries and agencies at better prices.
After undergoing five knee operations and following advise by doctors against participating in sports professionally, Garren Richard Smith turned his love of sports into helping other athletes recover, rehabilitate and perform at the best of their ability.