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Govt houses go for a song ...34 houses sold for N$2.3 million

Govt houses go for a song ...34 houses sold for N$2.3 million

2022-07-05Edward Mumbuu
The government sold 34 houses for less than N$3 million across the country last...
Crime, violence against San rife

Crime, violence against San rife

2022-07-05Aletta Shikololo
Community leaders and authorities have observed with concern incidents of crime,...
Ageing ambulance fleet haunts region

Ageing ambulance fleet haunts region

2022-07-05Albertina Nakale
The vast Otjozondjupa region is sitting on an emergency time bomb, with the heal...
Oshakati praised for police, NDF housing scheme

Oshakati praised for police, NDF housing scheme

2022-07-05Victoria Kaapanda
The Oshakati Town Council has allocated 70 erven for men and women in uniform at...
Swapo youth demand seat at main table

Swapo youth demand seat at main table

2022-07-05Edward Mumbuu
Several young Swapo members between the age of 18 and 35 are demanding a seat at...

Sports
Masilingi bounces back with win in Switzerland

Masilingi bounces back with win in Switzerland

Namibian sprint sensation Beatrice Masilingi, who some months ago was sidelined by a torn hamstring and damaged tissues in her right leg, on Sunday strongly bounced back in a thrilling win over 200m.
Mannetti appointed on Cosafa study group

Mannetti appointed on Cosafa study group

Former Brave Warriors gaffer Ricardo Mannetti has been appointed to serve on the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations Technical Study Group, where he will be joined by the likes of Bafana Bafana legend Mark Fish and others.
Welwitschias beat Burkina Faso to reach semi-finals…set to face Zim

Welwitschias beat Burkina Faso to reach semi-finals…set to face Zim

Namibia’s senior rugby team, the Welwitschias, on Friday moved an inch closer to realising their dream of qualifying for next year’s Rugby World Cup when they defeated Burkina Faso 71-5 during their Rugby Africa Cup quarterfinals clash at Stade Pierre Delort in Marseille, France.

Coetzee: We are focused on getting the job done… Africa Cup quarterfinals today

 Up close with ‘Captain Fantastic’  Sandro de Gouveia 

My candid view - Kudos to horseracing!

Business
NCAA on course with air navigation services

NCAA on course with air navigation services

The Namibia Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has successfully managed to contribute to the promotion of aviation safety and security.
Fake e-mail scam targets employers

Fake e-mail scam targets employers

The labour ministry is warning the public of a fake e-mail scam targeting employers. 
Nengola takes up leadership role at Nedbank Namibia

Nengola takes up leadership role at Nedbank Namibia

As the new Head of Balance Sheet Management at Nedbank Namibia, Taleni Nengola leads a team of four, and she is responsible for ensuring strategic balance sheet management, monitoring liquidity risk, capital management, and interest rate risk in the banking book as well as foreign exchange risk. 

Sanlam Bridge grows local businesses with seed capital

Sacu to refocus on development of value chains…as it prioritises financing for industrialisation

Agriculture sector not spared from Russia-Ukraine conflict 

Courts & Crime
Legal aid halts murderer’s appeal

Legal aid halts murderer’s appeal

The lack of legal representation for a pensioner currently serving a life sentence for killing his girlfriend when she tried breaking up with him has caused a bump in his appeal.
Nauyoma ropes PG, Ndeitunga in squatter law challenge

Nauyoma ropes PG, Ndeitunga in squatter law challenge

Land activist Dimbulukeni Nauyoma wants to rope in the prosecutor general Martha Imalwa and police chief Sebastian Ndeitunga in court proceedings, as he challenges the legality of the Squatter Proclamation AG, 21 of 1985.
‘Terror of Gobabis’ pleads not guilty

‘Terror of Gobabis’ pleads not guilty

A resident of Känaan location in Gobabis yesterday pleaded not guilty to five counts of rape and two counts of housebreaking with intent to rob and robbery.

N$3.5bn fraud accused at large

Fear grips region after suspected ritual killing

Couple hear dates for murder trial

Entertainment
Reggae shows revived … lack of female reggae artists bemoaned

Reggae shows revived … lack of female reggae artists bemoaned

Local reggae fans flocked to the Steppers’ Yard Reggae Lounge (old Cardboard Box) in the capital over the weekend to celebrate International Reggae Day.
Sai’s Kitchen is trending

Sai’s Kitchen is trending

After opening the doors to Sai’s Kitchen in March 2017 near U-Save in Windhoek’s Havana informal settlement, the business has been growing steadily, catering to locals and visitors from almost all corners of the globe. 
Addressing relations through discourse

Addressing relations through discourse

Many relationships experience conflict that could create stress, which, in turn, could have detrimental effects on the physical and mental health of couples.

Ndapanda's Travels - Floating on the Kwando with Gondwana lodges

A Day in the life of Paula - That’s the way life goes

Mental health conversations - Coping with toxic parents

National
Masilingi bounces back with win in Switzerland

Masilingi bounces back with win in Switzerland

Namibian sprint sensation Beatrice Masilingi, who some months ago was sidelined by a torn hamstring and damaged tissues in her right leg, on Sunday strongly bounced back in a thrilling win over 200m.
Mannetti appointed on Cosafa study group

Mannetti appointed on Cosafa study group

Former Brave Warriors gaffer Ricardo Mannetti has been appointed to serve on the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations Technical Study Group, where he will be joined by the likes of Bafana Bafana legend Mark Fish and others.
Livestock disease control basics

Livestock disease control basics

Livestock health has a direct link to performance because some diseases or health conditions result in huge economic losses. Livestock health position is compromised by disease-causing organisms, predisposing factors related to environmental conditions, and livestock management such as nutrition and handling amongst others. 

Farmers' Kraal with Charles Tjatindi - Agri-Farming for numbers works too

Omaheke sets tone for food security

Gam wants veterinary ‘yellow line’ lifted

Youth
Popya with Timoteus Nangombe - Accessing education via SMS

Popya with Timoteus Nangombe - Accessing education via SMS

Namibia is slowly moving out of first gear in terms of getting more technologically advanced, and the role young people play in this transition cannot be stressed enough.
Dispatched thoughts - Why have a Pride Month?

Dispatched thoughts - Why have a Pride Month?

The month of June is recognised as Pride Month, where members of the LGBTQ+ community fight shame and social stigma, marching in the face of threats and violence. 
Do not limit yourself to borders

Do not limit yourself to borders

With the current tough and trying times people find themselves in, particularly the youth, it is important for one to keep improving themselves and not limit themselves to borders.

Young Namibians’ hearts filled with kindness 

Dispatched thoughts - Rest only where and when necessary

I always wanted to make my own brand -Frezzy

 

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