2020-02-07Kae Matundu-Tjiparuro Otjomuise- Ombura indji o yo horomende oku riyauka mourekoto no ku teza zondambo zayo oku tara ko kutja imbi mbi yasere oku ungura ya u ngura pupeÞapi nu wina omaunguriro kanaa yerire inga ngekarapo ohapo. View more
2020-02-07Kae Matundu-Tjiparuro Otjomuise- Otjombongariro Tjokombanda Mbanda tjo ma yarurakisiro woviposa mo Namibia, matji tja tjari nousemba wo ku tara motjiposa o mu rikuramenenepo, Panduleni Itula, novakwao vovira ovipirure vyo porotika, mu varwe ovengi, tji va hungamisire o Minister yo Mekurisiro Wovihuro Nokozombanda, Ohahende yOhoromende nOtjirata Tjomatoororero tja Namibia. View more
2020-02-07Staff Reporter Aweeh, how have you been? Since I jika-jika-ed out, so many things have happened in the Land of the Brave, but many a Namibian have a very short memory span. Do you still remember the outbreak of anthrax and Ebola, and how everyone went berserk with theories in their heads about these dreadful, dangerous diseases? View more
2020-02-07Staff Reporter South Africa can learn a lot about remembrance and restoration from the way Germany dealt with its Nazi past, but there is a more distant chapter of history with which this former colonial power is still trying to come to terms – and it’s causing a fair amount of controversy. View more
2020-02-07Kuzeeko Tjitemisa President Hage Geingob has delegated Vice-President Nangolo Mbumba to represent him at the 33rd Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the African Union, which starts this weekend in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. View more
2020-02-07John Muyamba MASHARE – A local company Konigstein Capital which has a 25-year lease agreement to operate from the Mashare Irrigation Scheme in Kavango East, has set its sights on growing up to 150 hectares of blueberries for the international market. View more
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