Our Top trending picture for this week is Miss Namibia 2019, Nadja Breytenbach’s national costume which was revealed on Wednesday.
WINDHOEK-Talented Afro-pop and rap musician Lasarus Mvula, also known as Lasarus, has teamed up with female sensational singer, Miss Rose, on an album titled ‘One and Only’, which was released recently.
WINDHOEK- Locally produced feature film ‘The White Line’ took awards at Seventh African Emerging Filmmakers Awards for Best Feature Film and Best Cinematography.
WINDHOEK – Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) opened its first ICT Innovation Centre in Windhoek to test, build and showcase new business and consumer ICT applications.
WINDHOEK - A young Namibian man has embarked on a project to aid vulnerable learners in 100 schools around the country through the Love and Give Foundation. So far, he has assisted 213 learners by buying them school bags at Onanyalala Primary School in the Omusati Region at a cost of about N$14 000.
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WINDHOEK - Minister of Health and Social Services and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Hifikepunye Pohamba Foundation, Dr Kalumbi Shangula, said “a nation that is not food secured is a vulnerable nation; therefore, something needs to be done”.
WINDHOEK - To all Luis Munana and Maria Nepembe’s fans, the wait is over as the duo brought you their exclusive websites where everything you might need to know about them will just be a google click The duo
WINDHOEK- The current status of Internet of Things in Namibia is something worth pondering on since we have to keep up with the times in terms of technology. The Internet of Things can be defined as the
KEETMANSHOOP - A man accused of murder was denied bail in the Keetmanshoop Magistrate’s Court last week.
WINDHOEK – Information minister Stanley Simataa has implored Namibian journalists to resolutely resist the temptation to be caught up in the web of “fake news”.
WINDHOEK - Despite being pooled with reigning world champions New Zealand and two-time World Cup winners South Africa in Group B of the 2019 World Cup, one of Namibia’s rugby greats Walter Don strongly