Archive - from 2015 - Namibian Sun

December 2015

1288 articles

November 2015

1271 articles

October 2015

1015 articles

September 2015

1886 articles

August 2015

1161 articles

July 2015

1488 articles

June 2015

834 articles

May 2015

653 articles

April 2015

794 articles

March 2015

895 articles

February 2015

761 articles

January 2015

744 articles

Gender violence robbing country of...

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Politics

Gender-based violence is robbing political parties of their voters. This is according to Minister of Gender Equality and Child Welfare Doreen Sioka. She urged political parties to...

First of two winners in...

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Politics

Ondangwa resident Hileni Angula this week became the first of two weekly winners to scoop the N$1 000 cash prize, up for grabs in the...

Queen

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Local News

ROYALTY: New !Kung Traditional Authority Chief Glony Arnold walks on the red carpet ahead of her installation ceremony at Omatako village this past Saturday. She...

Anticipation and angst over milk...

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Business

European dairy farmers are facing the end of three decades of milk quotas tomorrow with a mixture of anticipation and angst as it will allow...

Pastor, community stand behind crash...

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | INTERNATIONAL

The pastor of the Lutheran church in Andreas Lubitz’s hometown said on Sunday that the community stands by him and his family, despite the fact...

Dunga hails Brazil''s restored pride

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Sports

Dunga says Brazil’s renaissance under his leadership has been sparked by the players’ burning desire to make amends for their country’s World Cup humiliation. Dunga’s side...

Namibia, Angola sign bridge deal

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Transport

The Namibian and Angolan government on Friday signed an agreement on the construction of three international bridges across the Okavango River. The Minister for International...

Rain renews hope, causes conflict

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Local News

The rain that fell in the northern regions the past few days has brought relief to mahangu farmers and has given renewed hope to livestock...

Truck driver dies on Grootfontein...

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Local News

A 30-year-old driver died instantly when the truck he was driving left the road and overturned this past Sunday afternoon. The accident occurred approximately 90 kilometres...

Global United thrills full stadium

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Sports

The FNB Global United Climate Kick ended on a high note for the international visitors when they beat the Kunene All Stars 10-0 in Outjo...

Sunshine Academy continues grooming mission

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Sports

The MTC Sunshine Boxing and Fitness Academy is keeping its eyes firmly on the future after sending two of its fighters to Botswana over the...

Ex-PM Ehud Olmert found guilty...

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | INTERNATIONAL

A Jerusalem court found former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert guilty of corruption yesterday over allegations that he received envelopes of cash from a US...

Obama labelled ‘imminent threat’

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | INTERNATIONAL

A third of Republicans believe President Barack Obama poses an imminent threat to the United States, outranking concerns about Russian President Vladimir Putin and Syrian...

Rising religious tensions in Tanzania

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | INTERNATIONAL

Tanzania’s president says tensions between Muslims and Christians were rising ahead of a constitutional referendum and elections and warned religious leaders against political meddling, saying...

Cops accused of domestic violence...

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Crime

Police Inspector-General Sebastian Ndeitunga has advised police officers who have relationship or martial problems to approach the Gender and Welfare Directorate in the force to...

Calle’s budget tightrope act

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Economics

Finance Minister Calle Schlettwein is expected to announce a budget that will dramatically exceed N$60 billion – driven skyward by the government’s bloated ministries and...

Namibians warned about communicating with...

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Crime

Police Inspector-General Sebastian Ndeitunga says there are Namibians who communicate with fugitive Lazarus Shaduka and know his whereabouts. The police chief warned that when Shaduka is...

Okaku’s dead snake disappears

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Cultural

The dead snake that allegedly caused mysterious illnesses at Okaku in the Oshana Region recently, has disappeared from its grave. This is yet another mystery in...

ACC clears RCC’s Oosthuizen

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Justice

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has received the original documents that were requested from the Road Contractor Company’s acting Chief Executive Officer, Dr Pieter Oosthuizen, to...

Suspended NTA boss wants name...

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Labour

The suspended chief executive officer of the Namibia Training Authority (NTA), Maria Nangolo-Rukoro, says her employer will have to clear her name. Nangolo-Rukoro said that...

Standard Bank builds long-term

4 years ago - 31 March 2015 | Business

The year 2014 represented an opportunity for setting up enabling conditions for Standard Bank Namibia, according to end-of-year figures released by the company yesterday. After reporting...

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