2022-09-28Staff Reporter The German Embassy has made available N$100 000 to support learners and staff of the Wild Kids Academy Trust in Katima Mulilo, Zambezi region. This private school aims at improving academic performance, educational standards and the development of young learners in a specific way. View more
2022-09-28Paheja Siririka A protocol for women and youth is needed to address practical trade-related issues and the persistent bottlenecks experienced by women and youth traders, both in formal and informal trade. View more
2022-09-28Staff Reporter The Day of the Namibian Child is not as celebrated as it should be – and it is yearly losing its relevance. All this can be attributed to the concerns that children in Namibia still face inimical challenges they faced five to 10 years ago. View more
2022-09-28Staff Reporter With Namibia making world headlines as a key source for green hydrogen production, the Africa Institutional Management Services (Aims) and Namibia Youth Renewable Energy (Nayore) recently signed a partnership to empower more youth with knowledge of renewable energy. View more
2022-09-21Olavi Popyeinawa I wouldn’t blame you if you lost your faith in humanity. After all, there have been and are still plenty of people who simply can’t do right. Some of the things that people do are just hard to understand and at times comprehend. It doesn’t matter their gender, age, creed, or even position, people simply fail to do what is right. View more
2022-09-21Staff Reporter There is a common perception that describes networking as a form of leveraging personal relationships to secure resources and influence that someone does not deserve on merit. View more
2022-09-21Steven Klukowski Most solutions found for problems encountered in today’s world are provided by the engineering fraternity, says Ernestine Endjala, a metallurgic engineer for Namdeb. View more
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