Deputy Minister of Sport, Youth and National Service Emma Kantema-Gaomas emphasised that sport plays an important role in promoting mental health, especially in a world where this has become critical. The 2023 Richelieu T20 Franchise tournament has produced some exhilarating matches over the past few weeks, and the competition for the two spots in the finals is heating up. Despite a labour court ruling in favour of the Namibia Football Association (NFA) in the protracted legal battle with the former Brave Gladiators coach over the non-payment of his earnings, Woody Jacobs has pledged to persevere in his quest to receive his remaining N$105 000.
Gladiators strike first blood
Namibian volleyball team withdraws due to financial constraints
Tjijombo philanthropic tourney on the card Domestic demand for vehicles in August decreased by just over 13% on a monthly basis, from 1 260 units in July to 1 094 units. On an annual basis, vehicle sales improved by a meagre 4.0% in August, which is significantly lower than consistent double-digit growth figures witnessed in August 2022. A local insurer is considering extending coverage to the agricultural industry and compensating farmers impacted by natural calamities such as droughts and wildlife conflict. Bank Windhoek is unswerving and committed to its valued employees' well-being and financial security.
Namibia’s low population makes it wealthier
Fishcor clarifies horse mackerel quota deal
CEO OF YOUR CAREER … for graduates & young professionals Navigating career stagnation A former police officer was sentenced to an effective 20 years imprisonment on Friday at the Katima Mulilo Circuit High Court for having killed his daughter in 2020. The Namibian Police in the Kavango East region are investigating a case in which an 18-year-old male learner from Rundu Secondary School was shot and killed Friday night at Rundu. Trustco Bank will have to wait for another week to hear if the court will temporarily freeze the Bank of Namibia (BoN)’s decision to shut its operations.
Prison contradicts Amushelelo’s near-death claim
Human remains discovered at Aminuis
Grandson, traditional healer face murder charge Emerging poet Shane Linyando, alongside accomplished poets Patricia Lafewa Uapunduka and Franklin Shitaleni, consistently captivates audiences, leaving them yearning for more with each lyrical offering. Film enthusiasts and cinephiles in Namibia are gearing up for an exciting cinematic extravaganza as the annual Namibia Film Week 2023 commences today. Renowned saxophonist Gareth Harvey is set to captivate the audience tonight at Lemon Tree Restaurant in the inaugural Gin & Jazz evening.
MPs moot Hall of Fame for creatives, athletes
Mavutu Conversations - Ending things that do not bring happiness
Lioness unleashes 'funk' - A fusion of 80s disco and funk Deputy Minister of Sport, Youth and National Service Emma Kantema-Gaomas emphasised that sport plays an important role in promoting mental health, especially in a world where this has become critical. The 2023 Richelieu T20 Franchise tournament has produced some exhilarating matches over the past few weeks, and the competition for the two spots in the finals is heating up. Emerging poet Shane Linyando, alongside accomplished poets Patricia Lafewa Uapunduka and Franklin Shitaleni, consistently captivates audiences, leaving them yearning for more with each lyrical offering.
Namibia Film Week 2023 kicks off today
Opinion - Census 2023: Play your part, get counted
Opinion - Africa’s planned or unplanned social change under a microscope The University of Namibia (Unam) is buzzing with excitement today as the inaugural Unam Got Talent show unfolds on its main campus. Spearheaded by Vilho Hakandume, a student representative council for Recreation, this event marks a significant milestone in the university’s history. Member of Parliament Inna Hengari said countries are built on ideas and not on rhetoric, and there is a need to ensure the current circumstances of unemployment, poverty and inequality are addressed without taking away more jobs, using the fourth industrial revolution. Florian Jacky Marembo, a 27-year-old final-year student pursuing a Bachelor of Public Management at NUST in Windhoek, is on a mission to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable people and orphans in informal settlements.
YouthWyze empowering peers through education
Talent, discipline see Mbamba SSS win
Girl, 8, crafts thermos flask … finding ways to beat the cold