Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Tue, 2011-10-04 08:52
WINDHOEK – China will continue to offer Namibia its assistance in pursuing peaceful development and will continue to promote friendly and mutual co-operation between the two countries. Read more about China helps Namibia
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Tue, 2011-10-04 08:49
Placido Hilukilwa at Onaakale
A PASS rate of 53% is good, but not good enough, because that means a failure rate of 47%, and a 47% failure rate is a disaster, said Daniel Kashikola, the Chief Regional officer for the Ohangwena Region.
Addressing the official inauguration of seven classrooms at the Onakaale Primary School in the Eenhana Constituency, Kashikola said education is the master key to all professions, a roadmap to success and accomplishment.
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Tue, 2011-10-04 08:38
Diana Katiti believes that planning and prioritis-ing functions at work are important. She has been working at Telecom namibia for a few years now. Diana has mastered the art of scheduling events and meetings for her superiors, while she has also learnt a great deal of the operations of the many other departments in the company. Diana, a single parent, shared her thoughts with Namibian Sun a few days ago.
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Tue, 2011-10-04 08:22
ZIMBABWE says it is preparing legal proceedings against the European Union over the imposition of smart sanctions against President Robert Mugabe and his senior party officials, a state owned newspaper reported Sunday.
The Sunday Mail said Johannes Tomana, Zimbabwe’s chief lawyer had “assembled a team of the country’s best legal minds to file papers against the (EU) bloc.” “Of course, we are going to sue. We wrote to them and we want them to justify the continued imposition of illegal sanctions on us,” Tomana is quoted by the weekly. Read more about Zimbabwe to sue EU