2022-08-10Staff Reporter Laurence Zeraeua from the University of Namibia (Unam) has been selected out of 15 countries and 40 students to attend this year’s Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) Summer School in Leeds, United Kingdom. View more
2022-08-10Olavi Popyeinawa Growing up, I was always told the choices I make today will influence my future, and I always thought that meant one bad choice I make today was going to have catastrophic consequences in the future, or vice versa. View more
2022-08-10Paheja Siririka Learners of the Wennie du Plessis Secondary School in the Omaheke region on Monday witnessed a variety of cultural traditions and norms as practised by Ovaherero people of Namibia. View more
2022-08-03Staff Reporter The only way to affect change in today’s society is to actively participate in what occurs, how it is done, why it should be done, where it should be done, and how it affects people like you and me. Take WhatsApp group admins as an example; they have significant influence over decisions on who should be added or removed from the group, what information should be shared, and how things should be go View more
2022-08-03Olavi Popyeinawa The good old days are behind us, or at least that’s what most of the youth think. It’s certainly what those who have lived before our independence have been saying and insinuating lately. With each fuel price increase or scandal in the government or scandal of any nature really, a comparison to the ‘good old days’ is thrown around here and there. View more
2022-08-03John Muyamba Villagers spend days in the dense forest harvesting thatch grass and then put it up for sale along the Trans-Caprivi Highway, especially in the Ndiyona and Mukwe constituencies of Kavango East. View more
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