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      Fire talk, games to teach language, culture 

      Fire talk, games to teach language, culture 

      2019-02-27  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK- How long can you speak your mother tongue without mixing it with English or Afrikaans? If you think you have what it takes to fluently and accurately speak Oshiwambo without mixing it with any other language, there is a challenge brewing. 
      Language radio services seem popular among youth

      Language radio services seem popular among youth

      2019-02-20  Staff Report 2
      WINDHOEK - Namibia celebrated World Radio Day under the theme Dialogue, Tolerance and Peace last Wednesday. 
      Youth must go for what they believe in - Berneth

      Youth must go for what they believe in - Berneth

      2019-02-20  Staff Report 2
      There has been a lot of complaints about youth unemployment in Namibia and it has become a widely talked about issue. The unemployment rate measures the number of people actively looking for a job as a percentage of the labour force.
      Leaders, lead by example!

      Leaders, lead by example!

      2019-02-20  Staff Report 2
      It is well documented that corruption is rife in most African countries, and at times it seems as though rules and laws are nothing but words on paper and depending on whom you are or what you do, they might not apply to you as they would apply to the next person. 
      A young man full of ideas

      A young man full of ideas

      2019-02-20  Staff Report 2
      Born in Lubango, Angola 34 years ago, Kennedy Liswani is one young man destined for greatness. He started primary school in Oshakati and moved to Windhoek in 1994 to finish his primary education at People’s Primary School (PPS) and completed his secondary schooling at Ella Du Plessis before moving to South-Africa for tertiary education.
      Top learner to use prize money for stationeries 

      Top learner to use prize money for stationeries 

      2019-02-20  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK- Simon Nambandi, the second best performing Grade 10 student in the Oshikoto Region is  thankful to Standard Bank for the award, which he said will motivate him to do better in future. 
      Tov host non-stop dancing 

      Tov host non-stop dancing 

      2019-02-20  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - Having learnt that most of the children who graduated from the Tsumeb-based Multi-Purpose Centre but at Etosha Secondary School and few other primary schools do not have textbooks, the Tov is hosting a fundraising dance. 
      Lilly Rukoro, embracing the Asian skies

      Lilly Rukoro, embracing the Asian skies

      2019-02-13  Staff Report 2
      WINDHOEK - There has been a lot of complaints about youth unemployment in Namibia and it has become a widely talked about issue. The unemployment rate measures the number of people actively looking for a job as a percentage of the labour force.
      Youth must turn to blue collar jobs

      Youth must turn to blue collar jobs

      2019-02-13  Staff Report 2
      There is a popular saying in Oshiwambo that translate to “hard work never kills”. Something that the elders in the north constantly tell the youth, especially the lazy ones when it comes to work. I like that saying and the meaning behind it.