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The education curriculum of today continues to teach learners about drawing locusts, and not teaching them how to mine and run business. Have anyone asked these questions; Why does unemployment continue to escalate? Why have most universities become qualification’s factories? This article seeks to answer the question on “What is on the ground?” “Suicide mortality rate (per 100 000 population) in Namibia was reported at 9.7% in 2019.” The nomination process has started, and is expected to conclude in a few days’ time. I wish to respond to an opinion piece by Professor Makala Lilemba on the above subject. First, the title of his article is misleading as it does not specify which communities in the Zambezi region seek to select a paramount chief. Although Namibia as a country had made strides in changing the face of the country since the dawn of independence, notable shortfalls such as poverty, skyrocketing inflation, unemployment, bureaucratic procedures, unsustainable fuel and food costs, corruption, and poor service delivery continue to cause distress among citizens but no one is valorous to admit that along the way administrative blund A complete stop to violence against women, sexism, discrimination, men privileged to hold the power, and women becoming second-class, that is rightfully and relevantly the talk of a feminist who wants her voice to be heard. The Namibia Investment Promotion and Development Board (NIPDB) on Wednesday unveiled the inaugural Know2Grow (K2G) NextGen Entrepreneurs, which is an annual market access and capacity building platform designed to drive the development and acceleration of innovative businesses by young entrepreneurs. A Special Task Team from NamPower, consisting of 30 technical experts in various fields will depart for Calueque in Angola to work on the refurbishment and upgrade of the Calueque substation at the Calueque Dam. African airlines saw an 84.8% rise in July’s total traffic, measured in revenue passenger kilometres (RPKs) versus a year ago. Also, July 2022 capacity on the continent was up 46.7%, and the load factor climbed 15.5 percentage points to 75%, still the lowest among global regions. Martin Kotze is living the soft-life dream of every aspiring model. The second edition of the Fatima Artistic Hair Exhibition will take place at the Katutura Community Arts Centre Boiler Room on Saturday. Self-confidence should come from the inside, but the reality is that it does not work that way for everyone, and that’s where make-up comes in, says make-up expert Brenda Thambe. Ndapunikwa Films continues to celebrate the numerous accolades for Namibia’s Best Narrative Film awardee ‘Hairareb’, which has been nominated for Best Feature Film at the 9th Sotambe International Film Festival in Zambia. Every year, many countries around the world put up mega street carnivals, where thousands of people flood the streets in colourful costumes plastered with sequence, feathers and beads. After just a few months of installing close circuit television network (CCTV) cameras all over town, Mariental has received some positive results in crime fighting. Have you ever asked yourself if you are living or existing before? There is a huge difference between these two. Oscar Wilde gives the difference, “To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people just exist.” It is these two concepts I want to talk about in this article. Working together with the then apartheid government under the Democratic Turnhalle Alliance (DTA) Esau Kooitjie manipulated the customary process and handed his son the reins. The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) has confirmed the reduction of termination rates for Namibia, effective 01 October 2022. In a recent independent study of over 1600 banked Namibians, FNB Namibia posted top ratings across categories of top-of-mind awareness and consideration when making financial service decisions. I travelled to Africa last week, a vibrant continent that is preparing its future: pushing ahead the digital transformation, making farming more efficient and sustainable, building new infrastructure to reinforce connections between people, shaping the collective security of the continent and investing in Africa’s greatest resource: its youth.