In celebration of the country’s 32nd independence anniversary, the MTC Nestor ‘Sunshine’ Boxing Academy will stage the ‘Together as one part 6’ boxing bonanza at Helao Nafidi, Ohangwena region on 19 March. Head coach of the national women’s football team, Woody Jacobs says the team will be physically and mentally fit ahead of its 2022 Africa Women's Cup of Nations qualifiers next month. Unam Athletics Club (AC) again collected the most points during the second Athletics Namibia (AN) Grand Prix held at the Independence Stadium in Windhoek on Saturday.
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Lukas draws in the USA Short-term insurance, generally speaking, covers possessions, referring to car insurance, home insurance, cellphone insurance, travel insurance, etc. Short-term insurance covers, as well as monthly premiums, are influenced by circumstances such as age and gender. A pioneer of the Namibian business community is no more. John Akapandi Endjala passed away on Sunday afternoon at a local hospital after having been admitted to an Intensive Care Unit during December last year. The free movement of goods and people between Namibia and Angola will soon recommence.
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Am Weinberg joins Gondwana The Namibian Police are investigating a case of murder in which a 45-year-old man from Tsumeb was found lying in a pool of blood with a stab wound on the right side of his stomach. Independent Patriots for Change (IPC) at the eleventh hour of court proceedings against them on Friday, decided not to proceed with a disciplinary hearing of suspended Swakopmund constituency councillor Ciske Howard-Smith. The Namibian Police in the Khomas region are looking for an unknown suspect who pretended to be a police officer and took a car from a woman at the bridge behind Unam’s Hage Geingob Campus in Windhoek.
Okahandja armed robbers arrested
Court orders return of NTB millions
BDF not liable for Nchindo murders…pressure group to approach SADC, AU and UN If you are looking for great acapella music, ‘The 80s Vocals’ straight-to-the-heart voices might be just what you need to make you smile. Four Namibian models of the Jinels Modelling Agency will in April walk the runways of the São Paulo Fashion Week that will be attended by national and international designers. As we start a new year, we must have undoubtedly done some reflection on all aspects of our lives.
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Don’t buy my music online - Ras The latest flood bulletin released by the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform paints a gloomy picture of the prospects of rain for the Kunene region, with the region having received relatively minimal showers since the onset of the rainy season. Back in the days – and to a lesser extent today still – agriculture was used as a punishment in schools. If a learner is deemed to have defied reasonable orders or instructions from a teacher, such learner was ‘sentenced’ to weed out the school’s miniature vegetable garden. Hard work, perseverance and some ‘unearthly’ intervention gave Divine Chickens the wings needed to soar to higher heights in the poultry industry it enjoys today.
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Ondonga king meets with stakeholders Innovators from Kayogona village of the Rundu Rural constituency comprising of four youth, developed a GovAlert application to disseminate pertinent government information to the community. Every time we enter a new year, there is usually a strong urge to look to the future to try and reach for something new. It’s not what happens to you that determines the course of your life. What happens, happens to all of us.
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