2021-09-01Paheja Siririka While Namibian women are slowly cementing themselves in the usually male-dominated agricultural sector, there still are discussions on whether enough is being done to enable more women to participate. View more
2021-09-01Staff Reporter Some individuals live to cook, while others cook to live. Tsumeb-born chef Gadicha Möwes, however, describes her passion for cooking this way: “I love to cook, and you know what, it makes me happy”. View more
2021-08-25Olavi Popyeinawa One of the benefits of growing older is you learn a little bit more about how life works and gain a better understanding of it. As children, we have always been told not to rush through life; there will always be enough time to do what you want, eventually. Most people go through life not knowing what they want out of it. View more
2021-08-25Aletta Shikololo Namcol last week awarded prizes to students who performed well in the 2020 Junior Secondary Certificate, Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary certificate examinations as well as those of the technical and vocational education and training. View more
2021-08-25Paheja Siririka In spite of huge debates, hesitancy and dismay to repay the Namibian Student Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) loans, some patriotic Namibians have started paying their dues. View more
2021-08-25Aletta Shikololo The founder of the Megameno Orphanage in Windhoek’s Shandumbala area, Maria Shaalukeni is appealing for assistance to settle their municipal debt of N$60 000. The water bill has been outstanding for years. View more
2021-08-25Paheja Siririka The Porridge Storage centre in the Havana informal settlement was filled with laughter, musical renditions, bright smiles and cheer as children in the area receive their meal. The centre, which was founded in June 2019 by Martha Festus (21), feeds children as young as one and as old as 16 years at least three times a week. View more
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