2021-11-04Eveline de Klerk Treasury has raked in about N$408 million, following a governmental objective quota auction held in June this year. Finance minister Iipumbu Shiimi on Tuesday said the outcome of the latest auction was an indication that government could realise huge profits if the process is done correctly. View more
2021-11-04Staff Reporter A key player in the Fishrot bribery scandal yesterday claimed a horse-mackerel quota of 18 800 metric tonnes was allocated to the ruling party for an election campaign in 2017. View more
2021-11-04Paheja Siririka As a result of the negative impacts of climate change on its people and industries, Namibia is uniquely positioned to play a vital role in crafting solutions needed to make an impactful difference by accelerating clean technology. View more
2021-11-03Staff Reporter If you have ever been a student, then you also probably thought it was going to be easy getting a job after graduating from whatever it is you studied at university or college. View more
2021-11-03Olavi Popyeinawa There is a lot that still has to be addressed in this country. The number of controversial topics and issues that have to be addressed could go on for years before we fully understand and settle them. View more
2021-11-03Paheja Siririka Through trauma and in the absence of an opportunity to talk to loved ones about soul-destroying issues, it is advisable to seek therapy, as it provides one with the chance to explore and express thoughts and feelings without being judged. View more
2021-11-03Aletta Shikololo Since its inception, the Lidar Community Foundation has been at the helm of youth empowerment and has over the years, been a paradise for orphans and vulnerable children, and young mothers around Katutura, Windhoek. View more
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