Archive - from 2017 - Namibian Sun

December 2017

583 articles

November 2017

862 articles

October 2017

717 articles

September 2017

767 articles

August 2017

903 articles

July 2017

821 articles

June 2017

821 articles

May 2017

789 articles

April 2017

666 articles

March 2017

799 articles

February 2017

723 articles

January 2017

735 articles

Mukwiilongo gets official funeral

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Local News

Former Omusati governor Leonard Nangolo Mukwiilongo, who died last week in a northern hospital, will be given a special official funeral, the presidency has confirmed.Mukwiilongo...

Man dies after crashing into...

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Crime

A man has died when his car crashed into a truck on the Trans-Caprivi Highway early this morning.The accident took place at around 06:30 at...

Conflicting autopsy reports in murder...

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Justice

Two post-mortem reports issued ten months apart on the cause of death of the late Andreas Ukandanga (41) during a fatal shooting on a farm...

Chinese nabbed for attempted rape

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Crime

A Chinese construction worker briefly appeared in the Windhoek Magistrate's Court yesterday on charges of attempting to rape a woman in Bahnhof Street, Windhoek.The state...

Kashuupulwa hits back

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Politics

Oshana governor Clemens Kashuupulwa has launched a scathing attack on Ondangwa Urban Councillor Elia Irmary, accusing him of promoting “tribal politics” following the government's refusal...

Oshakati rape trial begins

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Justice

The Oshakati Regional Court this week began the trial of a businessman accused of raping his cousin at their grandmother's house at Uuvudhiya in the...

Details emerge about Engen attack

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Crime

A video of an assault at the Engen Service Station in Hochland Park that went viral on social media does not reflect the series of...

Unam expels SRC president

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Education

The expulsion of the Unam Student Representative Council (SRC) president, Joseph Kalimbwe, along with two other students is turning ugly with allegations levelled left, right...

TransNamib mum on suspensions

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Business

TransNamib has offered no explanation for the sudden suspension of two executive directors, Hippy Tjivikua and Struggle Ihuhua, only reiterating that it was necessary to...

N$1bn needed for Zambezi green...

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Agriculture

The Zambezi Region, home to the evergreen Caprivi Strip, needs a N$1 billion injection to finance green scheme projects in a bid to become Namibia's...

Not a new whale

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Local News

The Humpback whale which previously washed up near Paaltjies was moved by the large winter swell to the vicinity of Swakopmund between Mile 4 and...

Jobless demonstrate at Otjiwarongo

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Local News

Nearly 200 unemployed people staged a peaceful demonstration in Otjiwarongo yesterday to demand jobs at a cement plant under construction outside town.The construction of the...

State patients not turned away...

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Local News

Patients who fail to pay the required N$4 for clinic visits are never turned away despite allegations to the contrary, the //Karas Health Directorate's control...

Oponganda main cemetery full

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Local News

Oponganda's main cemetery has reached its capacity for burials and all new burials are now accommodated at Oponganda Extension B.City of Windhoek spokesperson Lydia Amutenya...

Youth debate Marriage Act

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Youth

Members of the first Junior National Council passed a motion seeking the removal of a clause in the Marriages Act which allows children under the...

Tourism Expo ready to kick...

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Events

All stakeholders in the tourism industry will flock to the Windhoek showgrounds this week as the biggest tourism event in Namibia kicks off. The Namibia...

Where is our moral conscience?

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Opinion

Crime reports continue to be dominated by rape cases and it is heart-breaking that incidences of children being raped and sexually abused are soaring –...

Shot of the day

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Picture of the day

HARD TIMES: An exhausted young rural woman waits for the road to be clear before rolling a 200 litre drum of water about 15 kilometres...

More than just smoke

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Health

Tobacco growing is causing “massive harm” to the environment through the extensive use of chemicals, energy and water, and pollution from manufacturing and distribution, the...

Jet-lagged Mugabe

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Africa

This is why he's known as Zimbabwe's 'visiting president': So far this year Robert Mugabe has spent more days outside the country he's ruled for...

Clover to feel the pinch

4 years ago - 31 May 2017 | Business

The prolonged drought and rand volatility, which resulted in above-inflation input costs that could not be recovered through revenue increases, owing to subdued consumer sentiment...

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