• January 26th, 2020

POSTS BY Staff Reporter

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Top Trending: Start saving now for 2021

WINDHOEK – The top trending clip on our radar is by Elia Nghinamhito, a 24-year-old automobilist who regularly chauffeurs between Windhoek, Okahandja and Otjiwarongo. In the clip, Nghinamhito is advising people on the importance of saving money.

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Movie review: Bad Boys for Life

WINDHOEK – Maerua and Grove Mall premiered Bad Boys For Life on Wednesday and there is no sense of excitement about this movie, even though it was already released on 17 January 2020 in America.

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Beso Media presents ‘I Create Namibia’

WINDHOEK - A Windhoek-based, world-class creative agency on Saturday launched a workshop, I Create Namibia, aimed to teach and act as a networking hub for media enthusiasts, under the theme “goal setting and planning”.

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Back to School bash rakes in over N$17 000

WINDHOEK – The recently held Back to School bash at the Khomasdal Community Hall last Saturday raked in N$17 500.50. The bash was packed with music enthusiasts as they watched their favourite artists performing tirelessly – all in the name of giving back to the community. 

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No respite expected for small businesses this year – Cirrus Securities

WINDHOEK – The Economic Outlook for 2020 by Cirrus Securities, a company started in 2017 with a focus on corporate advisory, capital raising and research, predicts that small businesses in Namibia are expected to remain under pressure during 2020. As a result, and depending on the severity of new government policies, Cirrus expects that many small businesses will either close their doors, or lay off further workers.

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Nust in search of a vice-chancellor

During the year 2019, the longest serving rector and first vice-chancellor of the Namibia University of Science and Technology (Nust) Dr Tjama Tjivikua stepped down after long service to the university community and the nation.

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Where do we go from here?

The year 2019 was a noteworthy year. So many happenings, big and small, good and bad took place in the past year. The past is a critical component of any one or organisation’s being; allowing for retrospection to avoid hurdles of the past while seeing foundations already laid.

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Objection on Omurambawambiombapa for animal husbandry and game farming

I hereby on my own behalf submit the objection as per abovementioned subject.  As a neighbour to the aforesaid land applied for by the office of the Vice President, I am submitting this objection as descendant of landless, land dispossessed people and a generational farm worker child of Namibia. 

Editorial: Remember the children

The news cycle is short, and with so many competing issues, often those who have been at the forefront of holding power to account, such as the media,   struggle to give all challenges the airtime and press space it deserves. 

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SOE reforms non-negotiable - Jooste

WINDHOEK - Public enterprises minister Leon Jooste said the successful reform of parastatals is a non-negotiable element that has become critical to ensure that the current economic downturn is countered as soon as possible. 

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Hyundai takes to the sky with Uber Elevate

The Hyundai Motor Company and Uber have announced a partnership to develop Uber Air Taxis for a future aerial ride share network and unveiled a new full-scale aircraft concept at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, America.