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Female firefighters blaze trail

Female firefighters blaze trail

2021-06-11Emmency Nuukala
On the morning of 25 May this year, a grassfire call out rang through Windhoek’s...
Alleged Covid test tamperer to apply for bail 

Alleged Covid test tamperer to apply for bail 

2021-06-11Roland Routh
An employee of the Namibia Institute of Pathology (NIP) who allegedly falsely pr...
KK: Genocide deal could spark civil war

KK: Genocide deal could spark civil war

2021-06-11Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
The signing and implementation of the N$18 billion genocide deal reached by the...
German party derides genocide pact as ‘insufficient’

German party derides genocide pact as ‘insufficient’

2021-06-11Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
A German opposition party has bemoaned the N$18 billion genocide deal reached wi...
Over 1 000 fishermen secure jobs

Over 1 000 fishermen secure jobs

2021-06-11Eveline de Klerk
Government has successfully facilitated the employment of over 1 000 fishermen,...

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Sports
Top race horses to grind shoulders in Rehoboth

Top race horses to grind shoulders in Rehoboth

The crème de la crème of Namibia’s race horses will converge at the town of Rehoboth tomorrow to battle it out for top honours in the MTC Winter Cup.
My Candid View - Covid-19: A thorn in the flesh of the sport sector

My Candid View - Covid-19: A thorn in the flesh of the sport sector

Currently, the world is grappling with Covid-19’s effect in the health, socio-economic, political and cultural sectors. However, the spread of this pandemic has struck even harder industries such as the sporting sector.
Kakololo gunning for glory in Ukraine

Kakololo gunning for glory in Ukraine

Heading into his first-ever professional fight beyond African borders, Namibia’s African Boxing Union (ABU) featherweight champion Nathaniel ‘Natty’ Kakololo says nothing will stop him from becoming the new WBO featherweight inter-continental champion.

Mboma, Masilingi steal the show in Prague …eyeing more European competitions

MTC Winter Cup this Saturday

Namibians toast to Shalulile, Hotto …as they make PSL history

Business
Tin brings back substantial development to Uis

Tin brings back substantial development to Uis

In direct economic contribution to Namibia, the Uis Tin Mine in the Erongo region has spent close to N$200 million on mine development and the majority of this expenditure has taken place locally. 
No conditionalities on IMF’s N$3.9 billion loan - Shiimi

No conditionalities on IMF’s N$3.9 billion loan - Shiimi

Finance minister Iipumbu Shiimi yesterday said he was concerned about the misrepresentation of national policy measures as conditionalities of the N$3.9 billion budget deficit financing loan arrangement Namibia secured from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in March this year.
Inside Harambee Prosperity Plan II - Pillar Five: International Relations and Cooperation

Inside Harambee Prosperity Plan II - Pillar Five: International Relations and Cooperation

The Harambee Prosperity Plan II (HPP II) covers 2021 to 2025 and builds on the solid foundation of the inaugural HPP 2016-2020.

Langer Heinrich Uranium still awaits recovery of uranium prices

Leveraging technology for effective employee onboarding

Opinion - What does GIPF expect from members and employers?

Courts & Crime
Covid scare halts Noa’s bail hearing

Covid scare halts Noa’s bail hearing

The formal bail application hearing of rape accused Dennis Noa was postponed yesterday by the Katutura Magistrate’s Court.
No need to decongest prisons - NCS

No need to decongest prisons - NCS

The Namibian Correctional Service (NCS) says there is no overcrowding or need for decongestion of offenders due to Covid-19 in the country’s 14 correctional facilities.
Foreign witchdoctor fined N$6 000 for overstaying

Foreign witchdoctor fined N$6 000 for overstaying

A 41-year-old Zambian witchdoctor who has allegedly been conducting healing processes around the Zambezi region, was fined N$6 000 in the Katima Mulilo Magistrate’s Court on Monday. 

No semen found on hospital rape victim

Fishrot judge refuses to budge

Rehoboth cop opens defamation case

Entertainment
Industry Loop - Bless  our DJs

Industry Loop - Bless  our DJs

Namibian DJs honestly put up with a lot. Namibian DJs have to put up with an ignorant bunch from all walks of life. Namibian DJs have to put up with an ignorant reveller. Namibian DJs have to put up with crooked event organisers/promoters. Namibian DJs have to put up with inexperienced and ignorant MCs. Mbuae...bless our DJs. 
TOP TRENDING - Jessica’s funny on-air gaffe goes viral

TOP TRENDING - Jessica’s funny on-air gaffe goes viral

Two female NBC TV anchors were on Wednesday evening caught in an awkward position when one scolded the other on how she wanted to be greeted and her segment introduced during a live television broadcast of the 20h00 news.
At home with Chelsea Shikongo - Getting to know Chelsi

At home with Chelsea Shikongo - Getting to know Chelsi

In a Miss Namibia edition with strong competitors and no obvious frontrunners, standing out would have been easier said than done. But the feat was seemingly effortless for Chelsi Shikongo, who wowed audiences and the judges – not only with her beauty and elegance but her fluency and grace.

Tsumeb ignores Covid-19 ...goes wild for Top Cheri and Manxebe

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Music is in my veins - Ras Lando

Fix her crown queen

National
Uncommon Sense - Normality, the enemy of progress

Uncommon Sense - Normality, the enemy of progress

Of late, there has been emerging thoughts and ideas on what the world is all about. In all discussions of this kind though, it all eventually boils down to perception. How one perceives the world determines their life experience. This would then mean that whoever wishes to control one’s life and experience, can simply do so by controlling one’s perception.
Opinion | Chixhu-Sesheke-Singalamwe corridor and the liberation struggle

Opinion | Chixhu-Sesheke-Singalamwe corridor and the liberation struggle

The history of the Namibian liberation struggle cannot be complete without the contributions and sacrifices made by the sons and daughters from Chixhu-Sesheke-Singalamwe corridor. 
Opinion - Some vital issues about the German agreement

Opinion - Some vital issues about the German agreement

From what I have read, Germany is trying to exonerate itself from the crime of genocide it has committed against the Ovaherero and Nama people in 1904-1908. In order to achieve that, it is dishonestly manipulating the process of negotiations. 

Opinion - Entrepreneurship a means to stimulate employment

Opinion - Biodiversity for health and wellbeing

Opinion - The ethical dilemma of the red line

Youth
Opinion - The opposite thought

Opinion - The opposite thought

We go down vastly different paths in life; our choices are our choices and they are not necessarily wrong but just different. We all have a unique set of life experiences that prompt us to think and perceive things in a certain way. In fact, the aspect of human cognition is that we see the world through our own eyes.
Dispatched thoughts - We should be proud of ourselves

Dispatched thoughts - We should be proud of ourselves

It is getting colder outside and the third wave of Covid-19 is about to hit us. By all accounts, it seems like this is the worst period we have ever had to live through. To most people, it is a bleak time and it is in times like these that we miss and underplay our achievements.
Popya with Gabriel Hamunyela - Swinging bins - A solution to a clean Namibia

Popya with Gabriel Hamunyela - Swinging bins - A solution to a clean Namibia

Last year, Windhoek lost the status of being the cleanest city in Africa to Rwanda’s Kigali but today, Gabriel Hamunyela is hands on deck, aiming at keeping not only the city but Namibia as a whole, clean through his company, Gee and Sons Trading.

Muhoko creating a society of technophiles

Giving hope to young Namibians

NUST celebrates technology day

 

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