We will put Chad to the sword, cautions Shitembi
You know when one finds themselves looking at their life, they tend to have two sights: forward and backwards. We spend the majority of our time focused on the future: always planning and anxious about where we are going and trying to ensure that we are doing the groundwork to get to where we are going. We spend so much time immersed in the 'what ifs' and little time in the now. We spend equally as much time studying our past and trying to piece together the areas we could have done better, the things we have experienced and the things we wish had been different. There is a very powerful scripture I live by that reads:
WINDHOEK - Mobile Telecommunication Limited’s recently appointed Chief Commercial Officer Melvin Hosea Angula advised the youth and Namibians in general to never rush for success, urging them to rather obtain as much knowledge as possible first.
WINDHOEK – Progress Private School is the winner of this year’s Private School’s Math Quiz and Spelling Bee competition, which was held on the 25 October at the UN Plaza in Windhoek.
SOUTH AFRICA - Over 100 000 Bible students recently graduated from the Zion Christian Mission Centre (ZCMC), a free theology school, in a global ceremony that spanned nations from South Africa to South Korea, and Namibia to New Zealand.
WINDHOEK - Finance Minister Calle Schlettwein imparts there is potential for increased investment in renewable energy in Namibia.
WINDHOEK - Indian High Commissioner to Namibia Prashant Agrawal has welcomed the landmark Supreme Court judgement on the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title suit, saying the order brings to closure the historical and long-standing dispute.
WINDHOEK - President Hage Geingob yesterday conveyed a message of congratulations to the people of Angola and President João Lourenço on the country’s 44th independence anniversary.
Namibian agricultural journalist Deon Schlechter is participating in an information tour to Germany on the topic of ‘The Future of Agriculture’ in connection with the AGRITECHNICA trade fair in Hannover.
WINDHOEK - The O&L Group yesterday announced it has acquired majority ownership of over 60% in Hartlief as part of its 2025 strategy, which aims to employ 10 000 people.