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Breadwinners lost to Covid… families struggle to pick up the pieces

Breadwinners lost to Covid… families struggle to pick up the pieces

2021-09-17Aletta Shikololo
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the resultant economic fallout has sever...
Walvis Bay probe report draws flak… PWC says it wants to protect integrity of investigation 

Walvis Bay probe report draws flak… PWC says it wants to protect integrity of investigation 

2021-09-17Eveline de Klerk
PriceWaterhouseCoopers say they are obliged to keep the forensic report of the W...
Unroadworthy fleet leaves town drowning in waste

Unroadworthy fleet leaves town drowning in waste

2021-09-17Obrien Simasiku
The unroadworthy fleet of the Grootfontein municipality has left many parts of t...
Over 13 000 jobs lost since 2020

Over 13 000 jobs lost since 2020

2021-09-17Nuusita Ashipala
The economic downturn, exacerbated by the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, has...
ECN moves for greater independence

ECN moves for greater independence

2021-09-17Maria Amakali
The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) has started the process that would mak...

Sports
Mboma a firm favourite at Kip Keino Classic

Mboma a firm favourite at Kip Keino Classic

Slowly but surely putting to shame critics of her so-called elevated natural testosterone levels with a string of thunderous performances, Namibia’s Tokyo Olympics silver medallist and 2021 Diamond League 200m reigning champion Christine Mboma will tomorrow again have all eyes fixed on her.
In conversation with former flying Blue Bird Paulus ‘Wire’ Shipanga

In conversation with former flying Blue Bird Paulus ‘Wire’ Shipanga

Wiry former Blue Waters, Eleven Arrows and Bidvest Wits University FC marksman Paulus ‘Paulo’ Shipanga, famously known as ‘Wire’ in football circles, was without an iota of doubt one of the greatest forwards of his generation, making the art of goalscoring look easy like taking candy from a toddler.
More basketball action this weekend

More basketball action this weekend

The Khomas Basketball League continues this weekend with a line-up of mouth-watering fixtures, which will see Tomahawks taking on TBA Blackswords and Unam Rebels facing stablemates Unam Wolves today at the Unam Gym Hall.

Gunners on the hunt for maximum points…as netball league action continues

Katjijeko joins Spanish giants Ordizia

‘Recovered’ Masilingi to miss Kip Keino Classic… all eyes on Mboma again

Business
Agribank introduces anonymous whistleblower platform

Agribank introduces anonymous whistleblower platform

The Agricultural Bank of Namibia (Agribank) has introduced an anonymous whistleblower platform where unethical, corrupt or fraudulent activities can be reported by staff, members of the public and other stakeholders.
Erongo RED implements 1.7% increase

Erongo RED implements 1.7% increase

The regional electricity distributor for Erongo has confirmed an average weighted tariff increase of 1.7% effective July 2021 to June 2022.
Airlink named most punctual airline in southern Africa

Airlink named most punctual airline in southern Africa

Airlink, the independent regional airline, has been ranked as South Africa’s most punctual airline, based on its 98% average on-time performance for the year-to-date, according to the Airports Company South Africa (ACSA).

New club promoting Namibian wines

Namibia Exporter Award winners receive trophies

Donate-A- Meal supports healthcare workers and restaurants

Courts & Crime
Angolan man gets 16 years for murder

Angolan man gets 16 years for murder

An Angolan-born man, who was residing at Onkaanka in the Omusati region and was recently convicted of murder, has been sentenced to an effective 16 years imprisonment.
Forex traders return to court for pre-trial

Forex traders return to court for pre-trial

Forex traders Michael Amushelelo and Gregory Cloete made a first pre-trial appearance yesterday before High Court Judge Christie Liebenberg on various charges of contravening the Banking Act. 
Americans’ murder trial goes into mini trial

Americans’ murder trial goes into mini trial

The trial of two American citizens, accused of the assassin-like murder of Andre Heckmair in Windhoek in 2011, is in a trial within a trial to determine the admissibility of a search conducted at a guesthouse room they occupied.

‘Cops dictated search warrant’ … Namandje insists police headed cocaine sting operation

Victim tried to protect brother from suspected paedophile

Mother accused of infanticide denies guilt

Entertainment
Industry Loop - NBC’s vernacular radio stations

Industry Loop - NBC’s vernacular radio stations

I am going to touch on a subject matter that I know many have chosen to ignore.
A Day in the life of Paula - Pause in between life happening 

A Day in the life of Paula - Pause in between life happening 

 According to psychological experts, you can’t control your feelings but you can control how you react to your feelings. 
Namibians win at Merck Fashion Awards 2020

Namibians win at Merck Fashion Awards 2020

Seven local designers are among 21 winners of Merck Foundation More Than a Mother Fashion Awards 2020.

Bank Windhoek announces Doek Literary candidates

Sharing the healing power of music

Mental health conversations - Long-term effects of consistent use of marijuana

National
Opinion - The social explanation of disability

Opinion - The social explanation of disability

The social model of disability has gained traction in recent decades at an international level and in many domestic jurisdictions, including Namibia and South-Africa. 
Opinion - Progressive education and experiential learning

Opinion - Progressive education and experiential learning

Progressive education as a product of the philosophy of progressivism insists on a curriculum of life experience.
Opinion - Should universities operate as business entities?

Opinion - Should universities operate as business entities?

Government budget cuts for higher education institutions and the global economic slump have had far-reaching effects on the operations of universities.

Opinion - Tax administration reform in Namibia

Opinion - 4IR and the opportunities for Namibia

Opinion - Resilience and patience: Prerequisites in contemporary times (part 1)

Youth
Irrational hatred

Irrational hatred

Hate is the most powerful, negative phenomenon in the history of human existence. 
Dispatched thoughts - Trust a little more

Dispatched thoughts - Trust a little more

I find the concept of trust interesting. It’s one of those things that we can’t live without, but we need it to progress forward. 
Popya with Chanique Rabe - Chani on a mission to empower others

Popya with Chanique Rabe - Chani on a mission to empower others

You may know her as Miss Supranational 2021, but Chanique Rabe is not only a beauty queen. 

Every hand is blessed

Fostering a love for reading among learners

Access to information key to success

 

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