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

Namibian Sun, Cymot donate to...

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Education

Namibian Sun and Cymot have come to the rescue to Omuhonga Primary School after a recent article on the plight of pupils who spend the...

Health minister did not pull...

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Health

In an exclusive interview with Namibian Sun, Haufiku shared his frustration with the ‘mess’ at the Okahao State Hospital and the stink in hospital corridors...

Four die in horror crash...

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Crime

Four people died in a blaze when a heavy truck collided head-on with a sedan and both caught fire at Onankali village on the Ondangwa-Omuthiya...

City responds to commonage farms

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Infrastructure

A City of Windhoek manager has expressed frustration over the failure of the municipality’s technical department to compile a report on the number of commonage...

DTA speaks out on farm...

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Crime

The escalating attacks on commercial farmers over the past two decades point to a deep-rooted culture that disregards the significant contribution that commercial farms make...

Don’t talk to me, talk...

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Local News

From a boy who witnessed his parents borrow mahangu from their neighbours, and used pliers and wires to fix his torn trousers in the mornings...

Govt pledges support against terrorism

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Local News

Namibia will support all efforts aimed at ending extremist-inspired conflicts in Africa and throughout the world. This was said by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister...

Ohorongo Cement critical for growth

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Local News

Ohorongo Cement was hailed this week as a vital partner to Namibia’s development, and a shining example for other local enterprises to emulate. The company celebrated...

Erongo Governor halts strike

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Local News

Erongo Regional Governor Cleophas Mutjavikua announced on Wednesday that the strike action by approximately 98% (160) of the workers at Walvis Bay Salt Holdings (WBSH)...

Today is July 31

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Infrastructure

Today would have marked the start of a countrywide illegal land occupation, a deadline set by the Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement, which now says it...

Nanso calls on members to...

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Infrastructure

The Namibia National Students’ Organisation (Nanso) has called on all its members and alumni to support the Massive Urban Land Servicing Project that will clear...

Chinese rhino horn case postponed

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Justice

The case involving four Chinese men accused of smuggling 14 rhino horns worth more than N$2 million out of Namibia has been postponed to today....

NFA to offer fitness courses...

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Sports

The Namibia Football Association (NFA), in conjunction with FIFA, will be hosting Fitness and Conditioning as well as Member Association (MA) FIFA/NFA Administration and Management...

Naigambo, Maritz for World Champs

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Sports

Namibia will have two athletes at the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships in Beijing, China, from August 22 to 30. They are long-distance...

Rich kid, poor kid

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Columns

It is amazing how much difference one can observe when you look at children from opposite ends of the economic divide. Seriously, it’s as if...

Aaniilonga yaShoprite oyeli menkanka

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Moshiwambo

Ostola yaShoprite moKatutura oya idhile momiyelo okutameka mEtiyali. Aaniilonga otaya pula opo ya pewe omauwanawa ngaashi giifuta yuunamiti, omalweendo gokiilonga kiilonga nokomagumbo. Aaniilonga otaya pula...

Omukiina Omuchina a zimine ondjo

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Moshiwambo

Gumwe gwomAakiina mboka ya tulwa miipandeko sho ya kambadhala okuyakela ooniga dhoompanda pondje yoshilongo, dhoka kwa hololwa kutya odhina ongushu yoomiliyona 2 okwa zimine...

Shoprite strike continues

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Moshiwambo

The Katutura Shoprite branch has been closed since Tuesday. The employees are demanding benefits such as medical aid, transport and housing allowances and an explanation why...

RPL matches to conclude this...

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Sports

The Rugby Premier League (RPL) will conclude its league matches this Saturday at rugby fields in Windhoek. There is not much to play for as the...

Sport Notice

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Sports

Otavi-based football club Touch and Go will resume training on Monday ahead of the new season. The team was relegated from the Namibia Premier League (NPL)...

Nick Gordon faces involuntary manslaughter...

4 years ago - 31 July 2015 | Art and Entertainment

Nick Gordon could be charged with the involuntary manslaughter of Bobbi Kristina Brown as prosecutors reportedly believe he arranged to get drugs for her. Prosecutors reportedly...

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