2021-11-17Staff Reporter Pelgrina Ndumba (34), who is visually impaired, and Ester Lumbu, (32), who is hearing-impaired, have developed a mobile and web application (app), called Connect-Africa, to help solve some ICT challenges they face with their disabilities. View more
2021-11-17Staff Reporter Delegates to the recent United Nations (UN) general assembly, held in Windhoek, have agreed, among others, that the use of fossil fuels is damaging the ozone layer at an alarming speed, thereby contributing to ongoing global warming. View more
2021-11-17Aletta Shikololo The Namibia Training Authority (NTA) under its Work Integrated Learning (WIL) division held its first-ever National Apprenticeship Week at the Nust Hotel School last week. View more
2021-11-17Aletta Shikololo To offer participants a unique opportunity to work with international and local professionals to gain valuable knowledge and insight into the working world, Nust is calling on graduates from various institutions of higher learning to apply for a career-starter week, commencing in January 2022. View more
2021-11-17Festus Hamalwa Bannana David, a 28-year-old second-year IUM student who is simultaneously a merchandiser for NBL in Oshakati, started his clothing brand NamWear in 2018 to promote locally produced clothing. View more
2021-11-17Staff Reporter It’s time to remember that “sharing is caring”. This speaks true of businessman Joel Mwatilefu, the founder of Joe’s Barbershop, who visits schools in the north to provide free haircuts to underprivileged learne View more
2021-11-10Aletta Shikololo Established in Namibian in 2013 by Tanya Byleveldt, Biolink Attention Training agency has been offering neurocognitive training and support to, especially children with concentration, behavioural and academic challenges. View more
Your experience on this site will be improved by allowing cookies.