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December 2016

617 articles

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767 articles

October 2016

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September 2016

782 articles

August 2016

744 articles

July 2016

719 articles

June 2016

736 articles

May 2016

546 articles

April 2016

169 articles

March 2016

5 articles

February 2016

1082 articles

January 2016

1374 articles

Caught in the property trap

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Economics

Exorbitant house prices and insane rental costs mean that many Namibians remain children forever – sharing a house with their parents because they can’t afford...

San children sleep under trees

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Social Issues

Learners at the Auun Community Primary school near Grootfontein, mostly from the marginalised San community, sleep in shacks and tents while others find space under...

Teacher kills snake, commits suicide

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Accidents

The apparent suicide of a teacher in the Oshikoto Region is shrouded in mystery following allegations that Sem Michael Kashimba, 27, ended his own life...

Schoolchildren find corpse near road

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Crime

Children walking to school on Wednesday morning made a gruesome discovery along the Okankolo-Onayena road in the Oshikoto Region. They found the body of 36-year-old Petrina...

Namibia improves corruption ranking

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Crime

According to the Corruption Perception Index of 2015 released by Transparency International (TI), Namibia has significantly improved its ranking by ten places from the previous...

Learners wait for textbooks

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Education

The government has urged schools to use their Universal Primary Education (UPE) funds to buy stationery while waiting for the government to finalise its distribution...

Nudo responds angrily to Kerina

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | History

The Nudo political party has reacted angrily to remarks by veteran politician Mburumba Kerina that other tribes also suffered during German colonial rule and not...

More road deaths during past...

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Accidents

Despite stricter measures, deployment of mobile roadblocks and more traffic officers during the festive season, the death toll was higher than the previous year. At...

The law - the Hood's...

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Columns

Forget about courts, traditional tribunals, the kgotla – law and order in the hood is maintained in a totally different form. Ja, the hood solves...

Beach volleyball women take aim...

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Sports

The Namibian national women’s beach volleyball team is working hard towards qualifying for the 2016 Olympic Games to be held Brazil in September. The team’s coach,...

Callie van Wyk named as...

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Sports

Kudus Rugby Club (KRC) in Walvis Bay yesterday announced the appointment of Callie Van Wyk as head coach and director of rugby. Van Wyk...

Lawyer drops murder suspect

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Local News

American national, Marcus Kevin Tomas, who is facing a charge of murder in connection with the killing of Windhoek resident Andre Heckmair in 2011, is...

Suspected poacher shot dead

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Local News

A suspected poacher and a dog were shot and killed on Wednesday afternoon at Farm Otukaruno in the Okahandja district. The Otjozondjupa Region police spokesperson, Warrant...

Ombili residents told to pack...

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Local News

Residents of the Ombili informal settlement at Eenhana in the Ohangwena Region were ordered to leave the area on Saturday. The location is formally categorised as...

Govt blamed for status of...

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Local News

The Namibia Commercial, Catering Food and Allied Workers Union (NACCAFWU) say the government is to blame for the alleged exploitation of Namibians by Shoprite-Checkers retail...

Bokkies, Babes set to close...

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Sports

Unam Bokkies, V-Power Angels, Khomas Nampol Ladies and Poly Babes will set their sights on closing the gap on runaway Women Super League leaders Tura...

Shaw River calls in administrators

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Business

Namibia-focused Shaw River Manganese on Monday went into voluntary administration after the price of manganese fell by more than 50% since 2015. The ASX-listed company...

Mandatory infrastructure sharing opposed

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Business

Commercial broadcasting and telecommunications service providers yesterday vehemently opposed new legislation that would compel them to share infrastructure with competitors in order to benefit competition...

Competitive indoor hockey action on...

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Sports

The Bank Windhoek National Indoor Hockey League starts today and will continue until April 24. The League this year consists of three leagues: the Premier,...

Namibia U-19 ready for first...

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Sports

Despite having lost their two warm-up matches against England and Zimbabwe, Namibia’s under-19 cricket captain Zane Green is confident that the team will give a...

‘Fill up’ fever spreads to...

5 years ago - 29 January 2016 | Art and Entertainment

There’s no doubt that Cassper Nyovest is the finest hip-hop artist in Africa right now. He didn’t just fill up The Dome, but continues to...

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