2023-01-23Staff Reporter Airlink, the independent, privately-owned southern African airline, will restart scheduled services between South Africa and Madagascar from 30 January 2023 after they were suspended for almost three years. View more
2023-01-23Albertina Nakale The Namibian Employers’ Federation (NEF) looks forward to the year 2023 with a lot of optimism that the Namibian economy will recover and enable businesses to prosper and regenerate the jobs that have been lost over the past three years during the Covid-19 pandemic. View more
2023-01-23Josef Kefas Sheehama The political parties that constitute the City of Windhoek local authority council are not effectively organized. The paradoxes of parties in Namibian politics are everywhere, but perhaps the greatest paradox is that of the so-called progressive forces. View more
2023-01-23Staff Reporter Parents, guardians, teachers, learners and management at the Sunshine Private College in Eros, Windhoek, last week celebrated the good performances of the 2022 grade 11 learners at the school, as well as the registration of the school as a grade 12 learning and examination centre by the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture. View more
2023-01-23Paheja Siririka Mobile Telecommunications Limited last week handed over various machinery and equipment to technical and vocational education training (TVET) graduates and for gardening projects from across the country. View more
2023-01-23Edward Mumbuu Despite awarding him a multimillion dollar tender, the Central Procurement Board of Namibia does not know if businessman Shapwa Kanyama owns a condom or surgical gloves factory. View more
2023-01-23Aletta Shikololo The heavy rains which have showered most parts of the country have promised good harvests to many, but pupils at the Twapandula Primary School in the Oshikoto region find the downpours unfortunately synonymous with misery and distress. View more
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