Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-03-30 09:34
Fred Goeieman - Windhoek
Problems are experienced in land distribution either in the communal or in the informal ar¬eas in the urban centres, said the Permanent Secretary of Region¬al and Local Government, Hous¬ing and Rural Development, Erastus Nengonga, on Thursday in his accountability briefing to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Constitutional and Legal Affairs.
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-03-30 09:30
Merja Iileka - Oshakati
You normally wouldn’t pair ‘cosmetic surgery’ and ‘State hospital’, but a growing trend that affords women a chance to feel confident in their own skins for less, marries the two at the largest State hospital in the North.
It has long become clear that the African concept of ‘the bigger, the more beautiful’ is slowing changing to a smaller waistline preference, with more Namibian women going under the knife to remove excess fat or get breast reductions, breast lifts and tummy tucks. Read more about Nip and tuck for less
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-03-30 09:28
Merja Iileka - Oshakati
The Oshana Police Commander, Commissioner Ndahangwapo Kashihakumwa, has nipped in the bud allegations that his office recently uncovered a thick plot to poison him, but admitted that he has received information that his life is under threat.
This week, unconfirmed allegation that the no-nonsense police chief was almost poisoned by a woman working in the kitchen of a local restaurant he frequents were doing the rounds in the Oshana Region, with many of his fans suggesting that security around him needs to be beefed up to spare his life. Read more about Oshana Police chief receives death threats
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-03-30 09:25
Faith Sankwasa - Windhhoek
Traditional roots, western cultures pulling in opposite ends
The question as to what constitute fashion is one that has had a diverse range of views with no specific consensus being reached. For many, it is the respect for traditional norms of dressing, while for others, fashion signify freedom – the freedom to dress up in almost anything under the sun.
During colonial times there was a sense that fashion represented the condition and manners of the country –in western or rural influence set up. It was also during that era that a woman could be brought to court or even face imprisonment for wearing the ‘wrong clothes’. Read more about The changing face of Namibian fashion
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-03-30 09:15
For quite some time now public transport users have been crying foul with regards to the local taxi and long-distance buses business. The system has been frowned upon by users who are of the opinion that there is total lawless, relentless and arrogance from some taxi drivers and those operating long-distance buses. Read more about Shame on arrogant Nabta leadership
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-03-30 09:11
Namibian Founding President Sam Nujoma was recently honoured with a selection of bank notes that ould bear his image. It also came to light that the former President will be bestowed with yet another honour in the form of a life-size statue that will be installed in front of the Independence Museum. Namibian Sun took to the streets to hear the public’s opinion of the accolade bestowed on Namibia’s first Head of State; Read more about Nujoma receives another honour