Brave Warriors coach Bobby Samaria is confident the Brave Warriors will emerge victorious when they take on Guinea in tonight’s group D African Nations Championship (CHAN) opener. Youngsters Johannes Mutanga and Jonas Matias, who both recently received their first national team call ups to join the Brave Warriors in Cameroon for the ongoing African Nations Championship (Chan) finals, are relishing the opportunity and can’t wait to leave their footprints at the biennial tournament.
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Farewell to prominent footballer, whistleblower and noted leather trader - Alex ‘Kanjungu Koura’ Kapenaina 1954 - 2021 Namibia’s debt burden was expected to reach 70% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by the end of 2020 and then to increase further to 74% during 2021. The salmon run takes guts and effort, still knowing that you will die afterwards. The agriculture ministry last week suspended the import and in-transit movement of live poultry, birds, and poultry products following the outbreak of a highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in some countries.
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DBN confirms N$450m for Covid-19 business relief... tourism, hospitality, transport/logistics to be prioritised The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) yesterday said it will investigate how a highly confidential affidavit disposed by Windhoek lawyer Marèn de Klerk, one of the alleged key figures in the ongoing Fishrot corruption case, became public. WALVIS BAY – A Walvis Bay woman, who is accused of murdering her boyfriend last weekend, had allegedly suffered abuse at the hands of the victim in the past. KEETMANSHOOP – The //Kharas region has reported a sharp increase in cases involving the possession of illegal drugs.
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Attempted robbery suspect appears After the launch of the Pencilled Casting website, ordinary people can now register and be part of a community of actors, voice-over artists and models that all want an opportunity to live out their dreams of seeing themselves on billboards, magazines TV commercials as well as in local and international films. After two years of making music with one of Namibia’s most converted gospel music movements, Lady May Africa’s reign at the helm of D-Naff Entertainment has come to an end. 2021 will be the year that musicians finally understand that radio is a business.
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Ozongama Zomuara Foundation on a path of impacting lives The deputy chairperson of the Meat Board of Namibia, Dr Archie Noval who died last week, has been hailed as a stoic figure in the agriculture industry. The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform has advised farmers in the 10 crop growing regions to be on the look-out for a new invasive species of crop pest and diseases. Farming can get challenging during the rainy season. With slippery paths and wet surfaces caused by heavy storms and downpour, it is important to be safe from the dangers that farming and other agricultural activities might entail.
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Lukato calls for unity in Zambezi region As electric vehicles (EVs) become more and more popular around the world and an increasing number of these futuristic modes of transport have been seen on Namibian roads, their emission saving technology will only be as good as the charging infrastructure that accompanies it. StartUp Namibia gave entrepreneurs and startups an opportunity to develop their businesses while they were at the coast in December with the Swakop pop-up camp, a co-working community office space for Namibian startups. Lisa Matomola, an Industrial Psychology graduate, said the biggest mistake young people make when it comes to cementing themselves in their various crafts is wanting a quick fix, climbing the corporate ladder fast without understanding the entire process, further adding there is nothing wrong with being ambitious and following one’s dreams; what is important is to be ready for every phase.
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