Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Tue, 2011-07-12 09:52
NEWLY ELECTED SWAPO councillor for the Katutura Central Constituency, Ambrosius Kandjii was lucky to escape unharmed on Saturday night after being attacked with a bottle by a women who later accused him of assaulting her at the notorious Herero Mall. Read more about The SWAPO Councillor versus bar lady battle
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Tue, 2011-07-12 09:47
IF EVERYTHING goes according to plan and no major problems are encountered, the last phase of the Northern Railway Project will be completed within six months and the first train will reach Oshikango on the Namibia-Angolan border by December this year, said Robert Kalomho, the Director of Railway Affairs in the Ministry of Works and Transport. Read more about NORTHERN RAILWAY PROJECT NEARING COMPLETION
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Tue, 2011-07-12 09:45
Kakunawe Shinana at Oshakati
A 35-year-old man from Olupale village in the Ohangwena Region lost his life in a well over the weekend.
Pandu Sakaria is said to have gone to the well along with some neighbours and family members that morning to fetch water when the bucket they were using fell into the well. Sakaria volunteered to fetch the bucket and used a rope tied around his waist and stick to do so. Read more about Man drowns in well
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Tue, 2011-07-12 09:42
THE second GIPF Chairman of the Board of Trustees has resigned within a period of nine months. Gordon Elliot, who took over from Hartmut Ruppel in middle October, left the Government Institutions Pension Fund at the end of June. Read more about Second GIPF chairman calls it a day
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Tue, 2011-07-12 09:40
Miss Namibia 2011 is fast approaching and on Monday the top ten finalists were brought together at the Windhoek Country Club and Resort for a pre-final photo opportunity. Here they are ready for their big night on Saturday 30 July.
From left to right, front to back they are; Georgina Kandjeke, Verona Ngarangombe in the front row and Nangula Itembu, Assumpta Gahutu, Charmaine Tjizumaue, Karolina Hangula and Luzaan van Wyk in the middle row. In the back are Nangula Elifas and Reliance Biwa left and right with the lovely Maria Kharas from Tses in the middle. Read more about TOP TEN
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Tue, 2011-07-12 09:36
TWO senior managers of TransNamib, Paul Nashitati, former Marketing and Sales Manager, and Sem Iyambo, former Service Delivery Manager, were yesterday dismissed after disciplinary hearings found them guilty of having negotiated a contract involving N$10 million without authority. Read more about TransNamib fires managers as internal strife rages on
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Tue, 2011-07-12 09:15
We can only take our hats off to Frans ‘Pac’ Paulus who, despite his disability, proved to all and sundry that it is definitely not an inability.
Paulus cycled over 700 kilometres in five days from Oshakati to Windhoek to raise funds for disability sports in the country and we can all take an ounce of inspiration from him. It’s one thing for Paulus to have reached the capital City; it’s another to see who has supported him throughout his journey. Read more about STEALING THE LIMELIGHT
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Tue, 2011-07-12 09:14
IN the words of William Conton: “Africans generally have deep respect for old age, and even when we can find nothing to admire in an old man, we will not easily forget that his grey hair has earned him the right to courtesy and politeness.” Read more about WE ARE BEING BETRAYED BY OUR AFRICAN VALUES