2021-06-09Paheja Siririka Last year, Windhoek lost the status of being the cleanest city in Africa to Rwanda’s Kigali but today, Gabriel Hamunyela is hands on deck, aiming at keeping not only the city but Namibia as a whole, clean through his company, Gee and Sons Trading. View more
2021-06-09Aletta Shikololo With the fourth industrial revolution on the verge of dominance in most industries, students from the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) are already catching up with new technology by developing games and creating a platform for young innovators. View more
2021-06-09Paheja Siririka The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation is looking for young Namibians, who are curious, driven, responsible and interested in impacting their communities, to apply for funding for the 2022 academic year to study in South Africa. View more
2021-06-09Paheja Siririka Social activist Josy Nghipandua said zero tolerance against gender-based violence needs to trend, so that whoever goes against the grain is discouraged to behave in a manner that harms the next person. View more
2021-06-02Paheja Siririka A group of young Namibians from the Eke Ndi Yandja Ondi Serwa Ondaya Project have taken it upon themselves to rehabilitate ward seven of the Katutura Intermediate Hospital for hospitalised learners. View more
2021-06-02Aletta Shikololo The National Youth Council (NYC) in partnership with Unesco and Namibia National Commission for Unesco (NatCom) with support from the Japanese government will launch the Media and Information Literacy (MIL) for Youth Civic Engagement in Namibia. View more
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