Archive - from 2018 - Namibian Sun

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112 karatekas selected at national...

1 day - 24 February 2018 | Sports

NAMPAA national squad of 112 athletes was selected during the Namibia Karate Union’s national trials held in Windhoek earlier this month.A media statement issued by...

DebMarine prelims to kick off...

1 day - 24 February 2018 | Sports

The DebMarine Namibia Cup kicks off on 3 March countrywide, with clubs in the first and second divisions battling it out to secure a place...

Outjo donkey abattoir off the...

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Agriculture

Plans to build a donkey abattoir in Outjo have folded.Fu-Hai Trading Enterprises, reportedly co-owned by Swakopmund estate agent Shane Quinton Hangula and a Chinese business...

Kuvukiland time bomb

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Local News

Kuvukiland, Tsumeb's largest informal area, has grown from a mere ten inhabitants in 2010 to anywhere between 6 500 and 15 000 people, a Namibian...

One Africa Television Chief Executive...

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Business

Namibia’s first ever free-to-air, independent TV broadcaster in Namibia, One Africa Television was founded in 2003, the brainchild of Namibian photographer and businessman, the late...

3 Key Social Media Trends...

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Education

Like it or not, you are recruiting in the world of Google. Just as easily as you can go to the Internet to look things...

Union warns private schools

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Labour

JEMIMA BEUKES The Teachers Union of Namibia (TUN) intends to clamp down on fly-by-night private schools that allegedly exploit...

Mwoombola fights back

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Justice

Former health permanent secretary Andreas Mwoombola has launched a two-fold application in the Labour Court, in which he wants to court to either halt his...

Elephants cause havoc

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Environment

Several elephant herds have over the past few weeks caused havoc on farms in the Outjo District, resulting in hundreds of thousands of dollars in...

Baster community to debate new...

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Local News

A newly established committee is calling on interested Rehoboth Baster people to attend a community meeting at Rehoboth on Sunday, 11 March at 15:00. The...

SA to discuss Namibian corruption

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Local News

A roundtable discussion hosted in South Africa, to discuss whether anti-corruption efforts in Namibia have reached a tipping point, has raised eyebrows. The discussion is...

The Basics of Branding

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Business

Simply put, your brand is your promise to your customer. It tells them what they can expect from your products and services, and it...

Child support in shambles

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Local News

Namibia's robust child maintenance law continues to fail many people because a myriad of flaws undercuts its potential, often leaving single parents and their offspring...

How to Communicate Effectively in...

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Education

Communication is essential for the smooth running of a business, whether it is between colleagues, with a client or with customers.With technology creating a multitude...

I will always love the...

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Opinion

It is a new year and all and sundry are making promises they will never fulfil by 31 December. Seriously, I do not know why...

Bottling sorrow and remembrance

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Opinion

We are a country born of pain, strife and bloodshed.The labour pains were indescribable. Our angst and screams for freedom made the whole world sit...

Benefits of Keeping Organised At...

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Business

Getting organised comes as second nature to some of us, while others may choose to procrastinate on any “spring cleaning” or organizational tasks. For those...

Art - it's a family...

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Art and Entertainment

He studied drama, acted in a few plays and worked on numerous scripts. He describes his love for the arts as one he always had...

Omaheke supports Rejoice

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Art and Entertainment

Rejoice Nunuhes will be representing the Omaheke Region in the Miss Republic of Namibia beauty pageant which will take place in March 2018 in Windhoek....

Entertainers, invest in you

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Columns

Invest in yourself. The greatest decision you can ever make is to plough back into your career. There are way too many success stories and...

Afrotekismo comes to life in...

2 days ago - 23 February 2018 | Art and Entertainment

The exhibition Future Africa Visions in Time (FAVT) is one that explores visions of the future emerging from Africa and its diaspora. What concepts of...

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