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Regulators to meet to fix...

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | Business

Global regulators meet in London next month to try to tighten their grip on markets after banks were fined billions of dollars for manipulating interest...

‘South Africa is open for...

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | Business

South Africa is open for business, Minister in Presidency Jeff Radebe reiterated on Friday. The country will host the 25th World Economic Forum on Africa in...

The bravest of young women

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | Columns

Burying your child is the most unnatural thing in the world, yet it is becoming more commonplace these days. Our sympathies go out to Nancy Muinjo’s...

Fuel on the rise again...

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | Business

Fuel prices are expected to increase on Wednesday after midnight after several months of decreasing prices. The Minister of Mines and Energy, Obeth Kandjoze, said...

Namibian trio in line for...

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | People

Three Namibian women are among 50 semi-finalists selected from 3 500 applicants of 60 countries for the ‘This is your Life Change’ project. Broker’s assistant...

Disabled women still face discrimination

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | Social Issues

Deputy Minister in the Presidency Alexia Manombe-Ncube says disabled women are still drawing the short straw when it comes to development opportunities. Manombe-Ncube made this...

Kenyans’ love for shopping lures...

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | INTERNATIONAL

Supermarkets are seeking to have a pie of the growing market that is currently dominated by three main players namely Nakumatt, Tuskys and Naivas. Set to...

Malaysia bars second Hong Kong...

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | INTERNATIONAL

Hong Kong lawmaker and democracy activist Leung Kwok-hung was denied entry to Malaysia on Friday, the second time this week the country has stopped a...

India’s heat wave death toll...

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | INTERNATIONAL

Dizzying temperatures caused water shortages in thousands of Indian villages and killed hundreds more people over the past day, driving the death toll from a...

Global education under inspection

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | Education

The Incheon Declaration, which was signed by a dozen ministers and educators, suggests that sound policies, planning and efficient implementation are required to successfully realise...

Nine students benefit from MTC...

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | Education

MTC has awarded full study bursaries to nine students - eight at the Polytechnic of Namibia and one at Unam. MTC spokesperson John Ekongo said the...

Fund for miners with lung...

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | Business

The South African government is planning a R1.5 billion compensation fund for miners suffering from lung diseases affecting 500 000 people, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi...

Reliance on imports harms UK...

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | Business

Hopes that the UK would shake off its early-year doldrums were temporarily dashed last week as official growth figures showed a widening trade gap and...

The Chi-Chi I knew

4 years ago - 01 June 2015 | Opinion

Job Shipululo Amupanda writes: How do we respond to death? Some respond with tears and emotion. Some conclude that it is the work of the Lord...

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