2020-12-02Aletta Shikololo With an ever-growing population and the increasing need for food, technology is being used today to massively increase farm output, to make predictions, to access funding, and so forth. View more
2020-12-02Paheja Siririka The Basement Conversation held a talk under the topic ‘Racism: Namibia’s Undeniable Shame’, regarding racism in the country after 30 years of independence and the way forward, stating that it is an institutional issue that is demonstrated and is portioned through social power. View more
2020-12-02Paheja Siririka The winner of the Launch Namibia’s Best Start-up of the Year Award, Llewelyn Adams, told Youth Corner the best thing he would advise fellow young Namibians who aspire to be entrepreneurs is to start and keep going – even if they fail. View more
2020-12-02Staff Reporter Information and communication technologies (ICTs) are not just economic enablers, but powerful tools with the potential to transform economies by contributing to accelerated Gross Domestic Products and increased labour productivity growth rates. View more
2020-12-02Maihapa Ndjavera The Ministry of Finance yesterday warned the public to be more vigilant of a fake Facebook account that is up and running and attempting to scam unsuspecting individuals. View more
2020-12-02Staff Reporter In discussing the African orientation of the concept of God, we often talk about the African indigenous knowledge system which helps us to connect to ourselves more as Africans, something which few clergymen and women don’t do openly, only the radical and progressive few pastors like the late MeeHulda Nashipe yaShau from Omhakoya village in Ombaanhu, a pastor of ELCIN who was also serving as a cha View more
2020-12-02Nuusita Ashipala ONGWEDIVA – The Independent Patriots for Change, which managed to obtain a number of seats in local authorities in northern Namibia, says its elected councillors are ready to serve the masses. View more
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