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Presidential ‘hopefuls’ square off …Top four parties absent

Presidential ‘hopefuls’ square off …Top four parties absent

2024-05-27Aletta Shikololo
Five political leaders took part in a presidential candidate discussion in Windh...
Dauredaman boycott festival, lock out chief from office

Dauredaman boycott festival, lock out chief from office

2024-05-27Eveline de Klerk
Tensions between a faction of the Dauredaman community and their traditional aut...
J.P. Brand suffers fire damage

J.P. Brand suffers fire damage

2024-05-27Eveline de Klerk
The principal of J.P. Brand Primary School in Utuseb, Anna Josti, says the schoo...
Napwu loses NBC labour fight

Napwu loses NBC labour fight

2024-05-27Maria Sheya
The Namibia Public Workers Union (Napwu) lost the battle in which it was fightin...
Mbumba permits mahangu importation

Mbumba permits mahangu importation

2024-05-27Victoria Immanuel
President Nangolo Mbumba has urged police officers patrolling the Namibia-Angola...

Sports
Stars take over two northern clubs

Stars take over two northern clubs

Debmarine Namibia Premier League champions African Stars announced on Friday the acquisition of Ongwediva Queens from the FNB Women's Super League and Ongwediva United from the Oshana Regional Football League second division. 
SA dethrone Namibia in Africa Indoor Cup

SA dethrone Namibia in Africa Indoor Cup

The South African senior women’s indoor hockey team secured the Africa Indoor Cup title by beating defending champions Namibia 3-2 on penalties in the final after a 3-3 draw at the Dome in Swakopmund.
Hamukwaya proud of Namibia’s performance

Hamukwaya proud of Namibia’s performance

The World Para Athletic Championships have concluded in Kobe, Japan, with Michael Hamukwaya, the secretary general of the Namibia National Paralympic Committee (NNPC), expressing pride in the Namibian team’s performance.

Life Fighters' executives resign

Witbeen joins Warriors as team manager

Flame to test himself against Pambeni

Business
Musk plans largest-ever supercomputer 

Musk plans largest-ever supercomputer 

Billionaire technology mogul Elon Musk has told investors he plans to build a supercomputer dubbed “gigafactory of compute” to support the development of his artificial intelligence start-up xAI, an industry news outlet reported on Saturday. 
!Gawaxab cleared  by central  bank board

!Gawaxab cleared  by central  bank board

The Bank of Namibia (BoN) board cleared their governor, Johannes !Gawaxab, during a special meeting to deliberate on the out-of-court settlement between the governor and the Namibia Competition Commission (NaCC). 
Business community airs interests as election looms

Business community airs interests as election looms

As with any political election, bread-and-butter issues inevitably come to the fore, and unavoidably have a huge impact on the outcome. 

Letshego, Ongos Valley partner on affordable housing  

Alweendo: Energy transition requires critical mineral sector…minister proposes leveraging Namibia’s scarce natural resou

Career Talk:  Ndapandula Kaulikufwa, geologist at Rössing Uranium - Dare to dream, Namibian girl child 

Courts & Crime
Tamson denies ‘plundering’ Namibia’s resources

Tamson denies ‘plundering’ Namibia’s resources

One of the alleged masterminds of the Fishrot scandal, Tamson Hatuikulipi (43), has denied the assertion by the lower court in his previous failed bail application that he was part of a syndicate that ‘plundered’ Namibia’s resources.
Ex-MP to remain in jail

Ex-MP to remain in jail

The Supreme Court last week dismissed an appeal by former member of parliament Geoffrey Mwilima to be released from prison on medical grounds.
Magistrate attacker attacks sentence

Magistrate attacker attacks sentence

A convicted drug dealer, who attacked and assaulted a magistrate during court proceedings in the Keetmanshoop Magistrate’s Court this year, is appealing his sentence on the drug charges.

Umpteenth Booys bail bid fails

Zeraeua battle kicked out of court

Scammers swindle N$150 000 from pensioners

Entertainment
Artists urged to apply for funding

Artists urged to apply for funding

The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture is, through the National Arts Council of Namibia (NACN), calling on Namibian artists to apply for funding under the 2024/25 cycle 2 National Arts Fund Grants.
Poets electrify Vinyls Café with love and liberty

Poets electrify Vinyls Café with love and liberty

Poetess Jemima Ndebele hosted a poetry night at Vinyls Music Café in Windhoek’s Zoo park on Friday evening, providing a platform for seven incredible poets to recite their inspiring poems to a stunning audience.
Industry Loop Episode 19

Industry Loop Episode 19

In this episode of Industry Loop, NSK chats with Webster Snewe about his upbringing and the highs and lows of the entertainment industry.

Dee’A and Hot Pocket Band to Jazz up Vinyl

Ma/gaisa fun day set to energise audience

Uncommon sense - Be like a tree

National
Stars take over two northern clubs

Stars take over two northern clubs

Debmarine Namibia Premier League champions African Stars announced on Friday the acquisition of Ongwediva Queens from the FNB Women's Super League and Ongwediva United from the Oshana Regional Football League second division. 
SA dethrone Namibia in Africa Indoor Cup

SA dethrone Namibia in Africa Indoor Cup

The South African senior women’s indoor hockey team secured the Africa Indoor Cup title by beating defending champions Namibia 3-2 on penalties in the final after a 3-3 draw at the Dome in Swakopmund.
Hamukwaya proud of Namibia’s performance

Hamukwaya proud of Namibia’s performance

The World Para Athletic Championships have concluded in Kobe, Japan, with Michael Hamukwaya, the secretary general of the Namibia National Paralympic Committee (NNPC), expressing pride in the Namibian team’s performance.

Life Fighters' executives resign

Witbeen joins Warriors as team manager

Kenya gold mine collapse kills five

Youth
Namibian youth shines at BRICS+ Youth Summit

Namibian youth shines at BRICS+ Youth Summit

Sarah Tsei-tseimou recently represented Namibia at the BRICS+ Youth Summit in Pretoria, South Africa, an opportunity she described as a remarkable learning journey.
Rising with Kandowa

Rising with Kandowa

In the heart of industrial Windhoek, Mello Bakery hums with activity.
Graduate delves into data management

Graduate delves into data management

Faced with the scary reality of  job scarcity, health information systems graduate Joan Kamati has embarked on a mission to create opportunities for him and others where there were once none. 

#BeFree cook-off: Enhancing personal, professional growth 

Youth: A decisive voting bloc

African Boy Child Foundation bags N$10 000

 

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