WINDHOEK – Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) has awarded bursaries worth over N$600 000 to five Namibian students.
OMUTHIYA - A number of learners and parents in Oshikoto Region are enduring a stressful moment as they are struggling to secure accommodation at schools or areas in which the pupils are enrolled for this year’s academic year.
WINDHOEK – The Namibian National Students Organization (Nanso) leadership has announced its support of the nationwide industrial action instituted at the University of Namibia (Unam) at a crucial time when students are busy with year-end examinations.
WINDHOEK- Minister of Higher Education, Training and Innovation Dr Itah Kandjii-Murangi has hailed the Basic Education Bill currently under discussion in parliament, saying if instituted and executed well, the Bill could evoke greater benefits from Namibia’s basic education system.
ONGWEDIVA – The National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (NAMCOR) on Friday donated five computers worth N$34 401 to the Xungileni Primary School in Etayi Constituency of Omusati Region.
SWAKOPMUND - Inmates at the Swakopmund Correctional facility on Tuesday attended the first class of e-learning training, being offered by Uhili Necessity Wellness Trust at the Information Resource Centre at the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology.