After failing on two attempts, Otjiwarongo-based outfit Mighty Gunners will be hoping to come out tops in tomorrow’s MTC NFA Cup final encounter against Civics at the Vineta Stadium in Swakopmund. It is a do or die match for Namibia against Ireland today as the winner will progress to the next stage of the T20 Cricket World Cup underway in the United Arab Emirates and Oman. There is an old saying that people are rewarded in public for their deeds in private. However, there is going to be a long time that some are not in the limelight, but their time will come and that will override everything.
Fourth and final leg of Grand Prix this Saturday
Namibia records first ever win at T20 World Cup… as Wiese is named Player of the Match
Queen’s relay baton to arrive in December Namibia is working with the government of Zimbabwe to rehabilitate the railway line between the two countries to boost the movements of goods following the operationalisation of the Zimbabwe Dry Port at Walvis Bay. The industrialisation and trade ministry yesterday inaugurated the Core Group that will be spearheading the implementation of the revised National Quality Policy for 2020 to 2025. A recently signed agreement between First National Bank and the French Development Agency (AFD) consists of a EURIZ portfolio guarantee of N$68 million to support FNB Namibia in financing high-impact Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).
Ethiopian signs autonomous disinfecting robot
NWR and MEFT partner on electric metering project
NUST student startup shares experiences Five men who were arrested on Monday for being in possession of cannabis worth N$5.7 million have been remanded in police custody. Windhoek High Court Judge Christie Liebenberg yesterday postponed the now combined Fishrot case to January next year to afford the accused the opportunity to reply to the State’s pre-trial memorandum. Inmates are perpetrating scams by posting adverts of vehicles, houses, livestock, farms, television sets and furniture for sale on social media, using mobile phones to con victims into depositing huge amounts of money.
Police arrest third Pep robbery suspect
Murder accused fate in PG’s hands
N$23m tax refund appeal postponed Staying true to pushing the Namibian culture to Europe, EES recently revealed his plans to get biltong to Europe under his ‘Nam Flava’ brand. If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me how married life is, I would be Oprah by now… Lol. After introducing Paint and Wine Nights in 2015, Something-Artsy Namibia has diversified and now offers Paint and Karaoke nights.
Uncommon sense - The simplicity of life
Afterbreak Magazine empowering young Namibians Christian education is the people of God acting to reach out with the Gospel (i.e. “disciple all nations” Matthews 25:18-20) and to nurture one another by the power of the Spirit through Word and Sacrament (Col 3:16). When the University of Namibia and the Fredrich-Ebert Stiftung launched the Forum for Experts on Social Protection in 2017, the stage was set for monthly public lectures which were delivered by both local and international social protection practitioners, researchers and academics. After 31 years of Namibia’s independence, Namibian Police Force (NamPol) has been keeping pace with contemporary society. What has become more relevant recently is NamPol’s receptiveness to research-based law enforcement practice.
Opinion - State-determined procreation: Unpacking the abortion act
Opinion - Understanding power dynamics that allow rape culture to persist
Opinion - Early western educational activities among the Mafwe Julia Willem, a grade 12 learner at Windhoek Gymnasium, appreciates the opportunities given to her through the Talented Individual Programme (TIP), saying it stretches far beyond just financial aid. Struggling to obtain your learner driver’s licence? Kambinda Mathias wants to help you ace your test in either Oshiwambo or Rukwangali, now that Natis allows the written test to be done in some local vernaculars. I am a firm believer we are all leaders; we lead every day in everything we do – but most importantly, we lead our lives as best as we can.
Popya with with Tuhafeni & Jansen Andreas - Taking the welfare of twins into account
St. Benedict’s now offers vocational training
NWR offers hospitality training