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Bloody weekend for our women...

15 hours ago | Crime

A 30-year-old man is behind bars after he allegedly killed his ex-girlfriend by hacking her to death in Kavango West on Sunday, while Kavango East...

Not all heroes wear capes

15 hours ago | Education

Tunohole MungobaKalola Tuhafeni, newly elected vice president of 2018 of University of Namibia (UNAM) and also a candidate for the presidency speaks to The Zone...

Teachers' demo on for today

15 hours ago | Labour

Teachers are determined to stage protests today to express their frustration with the ministry's delay in publishing the vacancy bulletin for next year.This protest action...

NEFF blames councils for failed...

15 hours ago | Politics

ILENI NANDJATOThe Namibian Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) blame local authorities for the failure of their grandiose N$3 billion housing scheme.The party says local councils did...

Namibia's hunger pangs lessen

15 hours ago | Economics

Good progress has been made over the past 25 years to reduce Namibia's hunger levels by 27%, the Global Hunger Index shows.According to the latest...

Take it slow

15 hours ago | Education

We often hear people tell us we should “let go” when we are faced with obstacles or disappointments in life. For me personally letting go...

Namibia looking towards space

15 hours ago | Education

Namibia has the potential of becoming a role player that would contribute towards space exploration and astronomy in the future. This was said by Dr...

Speaker seeks Finnish help in...

15 hours ago | Government

The Speaker of the National Assembly, Peter Katjavivi, is concerned about increasing cases of gender-based violence in Namibia and appealed to the Finnish political leadership...

New minimum wage for farmworkers

15 hours ago | Labour

The minimum wage for farmworkers has been increased by 25% and will come into force on 1 November this year. This follows successful negotiations...

A barber a call away

15 hours ago | People

Entreprenuers are always seeking ways to improve the way they deliver their services to their customers. One such entrepreneur is Haikali Ndatulumukwa who has started...

Can Swapo heal itself?

15 hours ago | Politics

Political analysts are concerned that the once “mighty” Swapo may not make it in one piece through its highly anticipated elective congress next month. ...

Staying fit and healty

15 hours ago | Life Style

Capoeira is a form of martial arts with roots in Africa and Brazil. It encompasses dance, combat, music and rhythm and it is slowly becoming...

When it is time to...

15 hours ago | Education

Tunohole MungobaMany learners around the country face a lot of challenges when it comes to making subject choices and deciding what courses to pursue after...

10 TIPS WHEN YOU HAVE...

15 hours ago | Education

1. Ask yourself why you are studying. Are you studying to better yourself, explore your interest, or to just get...

Amid high infections, PrEP is...

15 hours ago | Health

“The provision of sustainable HIV prevention services through making Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis available to HIV-negative people who are at substantial risk of contracting the virus, is...

Mouton to plead in 2018

15 hours ago | Justice

A young man accused of killing a police officer and two civilians while allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol in July 2015, is scheduled...

Struggle vet seeks eviction of...

15 hours ago | Justice

A veteran of the liberation struggle is asking the High Court in Windhoek to evict eight households who set up homesteads on land in the...

NYS cooks unhappy over zero...

15 hours ago | Labour

As part of saving costs, the National Youth Service (NYS) in December last year discontinued overtime for kitchen staff at the Rietfontein campus. However, this...

Training traditional courts

15 hours ago | Cultural

Community court officials in the Oukwanyama Traditional Authority (OTA) on Friday received training on the various laws in the country which is aimed at assisting...

Toekoms blink by Hoërskool Khomas

15 hours ago | Education

Octavia Tsibes - By die Hoërskool Khomas dra 828 leerlinge met trots hul skooluniform.Die skool is in 2003 gestig en volgende jaar se leerlingraad is...

WBPHS bied ATKV-Redenaars se streeksuitdunne...

15 hours ago | Education

Mia van Wyk, Walvisbaai Privaats HoërskoolDié kompetisie is senutergend, maar ook gelyktydig pretbelaai. Dit bied 'n geleentheid om nuwe gesigte te ontmoet en nuwe vriende...

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