Retail banking giant FNB Namibia yesterday became the latest entity to lead a horde of corporate companies that pledged financial and material support towards Namibia’s newly-crowned Olympic women’s 200m silver medallist Christine Mboma and fellow finalist Beatrice Masilingi, following their breath taking exploits in Tokyo, Japan. Jamaica’s seven-time Olympic gold medallist and nine-time world champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has leapt to the defence of Namibia’s sprint aces Christine Mboma and Beatrice Masilingi, saying the teens should be left in peace to busk in the glory of Tokyo Olympics success. “I feel like flying, I can’t contain the joy I feel.” These were the words of Josephine Mutenya Muyevhu, grandmother to Namibian hero Christine Mboma who on Tuesday made history by becoming the country’s first ever female Olympic medallist.
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Mbomastic! … sprinting teen sends nation into frenzy Unprecedented times call for real help and this is exactly what FNB Namibia is offering, said Alna Booysen, FNB Premium and Consumer Head. Last Friday, the Ministry of Finance bade farewell to one of the country’s strongest and most influential administrators since independence, Ms Ericah Shafudah, Executive Director in the Ministry of Finance. The digital transformation of customer experiences and the impact on the interactions between the pension industries and customers, presents arguably one of the greatest evolution in the pension industry for some time.
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Opinion: Fighting poverty is a collective effort Three judges of the apex court of Namibia upheld an appeal lodged by the prosecutor general against the judgment and sentences imposed on a former Katima Mulilo police officer. An appeal Bernadus Swartbooi and Henny Seibeb lodged at the Supreme Court against their suspension from parliament succeeded yesterday when three judges set aside the suspension and declared it unlawful and of no effect. The High Court yesterday postponed a ruling for a case in which Phillip Lühl, a Namibian citizen, is seeking citizenship for his son, born via surrogacy in South Africa in 2019.
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Fishrot bribery: Long wait for Hatuikulipi, co-accused South African actor and producer Shona Ferguson is being remembered as an unwavering filmmaking stalwart, who played a crucial role in uplifting the film industry and being highly praised as a pioneer and innovator. Maria Lisa Immanuel, popularly known as ML, continues to uplift the youth and empower those who do not have a lot. Apart from being an open book and playing the trombone, Pastor Michael Curtis Amey is a pretty good cook and a shy pastor.
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Rudi Louw Bootcamp - Beginners Workout Why should African rural communities co-existing with wildlife and receiving zero benefits from it bother conserving wildlife that damages their crops, kills their livestock, loved ones and destroys their property? The Rundu Urban constituency youth forum on Tuesday launched a Covid-19 vaccination campaign targeting young people in the district and beyond. The City of Windhoek has warned land grabbers to stop the illegal action. “Our rule stands. Those who will find themselves guilty of this conduct, their stuff will be confiscated by the City Police,” said municipal spokesperson Harold Akwenye.
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PDM candidate promises Katima development The Namibian National Student Organisation (Nanso) in Khomas recently handed over winter essentials, including sanitary pads, to two families, whose homes burned down in the Kilimanjaro informal settlement in the capital. As I’ve grown older over the years, one striking thing that I’ve noticed in people is that they ask the question ‘why’ less as they get older. Eager to bring change in people’s lives, a young resident of Rehoboth fed over 70 children in her hometown over the weekend.
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