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      Opinion: The shackles of NSSCO and AS levels

      Opinion: The shackles of NSSCO and AS levels

      2022-11-09  Staff Reporter
      Namibian learners currently doing Grade 11 and Advanced Subsidiary (AS) level are all under immense pressure and stress. The new curriculum that the Namibian government introduced into all government senior secondary schools almost two years ago has caused chaos within secondary schools.
      Examination motivation 

      Examination motivation 

      2022-11-09  Staff Reporter
      Writing exams is one of the hardest and most stressful parts of being a student. Examinations are around the corner, and some students have already started. Get yourself to the exam and do your best; study while others are partying.
      Essay: The deep-seated threat caused by financial constraints

      Essay: The deep-seated threat caused by financial constraints

      2022-11-09  Staff Reporter
      A reality that emerged is that debt has become a lifeline for many Namibians. A significant number of Namibians faced many financial adversities during the past two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 
      St. Barnabas to celebrate centenary

      St. Barnabas to celebrate centenary

      2022-11-09  Efraim Ranjeni
      The St. Barnabas Primary School will next year celebrate 100 years of existence. Founded by the Anglican Church in the Old Location, which is today known as the Hochland Park residential area, the school educated a number of prominent Namibians, among them late Ovaherero paramount chief Clemens Kapuuo, Swapo co-founder Mburumba Kerina, founding president of Namibia Sam Nujoma...
      Helping girls achieve big in sport

      Helping girls achieve big in sport

      2022-11-09  Festus Hamalwa
      Haimbili Haufiku Senior Secondary School teacher Taula Hainghumbi loves educating so much that he takes it outdoors onto the football fields.
      Short Story - Kissed by a Shadow (1879)

      Short Story - Kissed by a Shadow (1879)

      2022-11-09  Ruben Kapimbi
      That sunup, Spooky suffers a needle-sharp pain below his ribcage. Instantly, the bush-fenced kraal and the umbrella-shaped trees spin around.
      First-ever Book Sprint a success

      First-ever Book Sprint a success

      2022-11-09  Efraim Ranjeni
      Several creatives recently came together to produce quality children’s books in less than 12 hours. Organised by the German Embassy and the Goethe-Institut Namibia, the event mobilised authors, graphic designers, illustrators and editors to voluntarily offer their expertise in the first-ever Book Sprint Namibia.   
      Keeping indigenous languages alive

      Keeping indigenous languages alive

      2022-11-09  Paheja Siririka
      With children being exposed to people from all over the world – whether at school, at home or while playing, the English language takes precedence by default due to the nature of children wanting to communicate with one another.
      Good customer service makes a brand

      Good customer service makes a brand

      2022-11-02  Staff Reporter
      No one understands customer service more than customer-facing agents who ensure that every call ends with a satisfied customer.