Archive - from 2018 - Namibian Sun

December 2018

425 articles

November 2018

645 articles

October 2018

752 articles

September 2018

792 articles

August 2018

708 articles

July 2018

707 articles

June 2018

737 articles

May 2018

660 articles

April 2018

746 articles

March 2018

702 articles

February 2018

672 articles

January 2018

747 articles

League champ stars beat Arrows

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Sports

African Stars dramatically beat Eleven Arrows 5-4 on penalties to confirm their semi-final duel with Civics while Black Africa and Unam will meet in the...

Pastors prey on the poor

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Cultural

The spotlight will be firmly focused on Pentecostal churches in Namibia if the Council of Churches in Namibia has anything to say about the matter....

Strict stance on subdivision of...

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Agriculture

The subdivision of commercial farmland will in future be firmly regulated in a bid to ensure sustainability of farming operations and ecosystems. The agriculture...

Totem

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Business

Quote of the day“Mining sector ownership needs to be dealt with care because of the critical Foreign Direct Investment component.”- Steve Galloway, independent mining consultantStatN$9...

Activist threatens to disrupt Küska

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Local News

Community activist Laidlaw Peringanda is mobilising descendants of victims of the Ovaherero and Nama genocide to put a stop to the annual Küska carnival in...

Nujoma honoured for apartheid fight

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Local News

President Hage Geingob has described former head of state Sam Nujoma as a pan-African par excellence following an announcement that the octogenarian would be accorded...

I hope they don't chicken...

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Sports

JESSE JACKSON KAURAISA We all know that the fight between Harry Simon and Vikapita Meroro is more of a publicity...

Ngarizemo fears tribalism in football

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Sports

Young African coach Marley Ngarizemo is fuming at some people who are trying to instigate tribalism in football. This is after a recording in...

Kauanivi and Aimwata win marathon

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Sports

About 400 runners participated in the inaugural edition of the Sanlam Coastal Marathon at Swakopmund on Saturday. The event offered a 10km run, a...

Coca-Cola launches world cup promotion...

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Sports

SPORT REPORTER Coca-Cola launched a consumer campaign called the Football World Cup promotion in Windhoek.Customers stand a chance to win fabulous prizes, making the promotion...

Shifeta stands his ground

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Environment

The environment and tourism minister, Pohamba Shifeta, says he will not apologise for saying that the government will not pay N$100 000 compensation for people...

Langer Heinrich layoffs a worry

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Business

The Langer Heinrich uranium mine's pending retrenchments have been described as unfortunate by the Mineworkers Union of Namibia. The Langer Heinrich mine will be...

After Cape Town, Ivory Coast...

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Economics

Ladji Abou Sanogo and David Esnault – Earlier this year, Cape Town grabbed the world's headlines as it careened towards a water armageddon.Crippled by a...

Namibians feast on 25 million...

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Agriculture

Namibia consumes on average 25 million chickens per year, which is roughly ten times the population of the country.According to 2016 statistics the total annual...

Aminuis drought coming

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Agriculture

Aminuis constituency councillor, Peter Kazongominja has sounded the alarm on a looming drought in his constituency in the Omaheke Region.Speaking shortly after the annual State...

Meet Dr Josefina Hamutoko

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Life Style

A local young woman has made history by being the first Namibian female to graduate with a PhD in geology from Unam. Josefina Hamutoko, 27,...

All eyes on Fishcor quota

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Fishing

Once a crippled State-owned entity, Fishcor has resurged to becoming a profitable entity on the back of a horse mackerel quota allocation that has brought...

They came and they survived

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Sports

Founded on 1 March 2013 by Marley Ngarizemo, the name of Young African Football Club only became known when they secured entry into the premier...

Nuggets of contention: Chinese mine...

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Economics

Reinnier Kaze - Killings, land grabs, corruption ... tensions and violence are rising in eastern Cameroon as Chinese firms take advantage of a regulatory twilight...

Company news

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Business

Former chairman Wiese sues Steinhoff for US$5 billionSouth African businessman Christo Wiese has launched a US$5 billion lawsuit against crisis-hit Steinhoff, a retail company in...

Shot of the day

2 years ago - 30 April 2018 | Columns

STEEPED IN TRADITION: Txoutlaka, of the Fulni-o tribe, poses for a picture in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Brazil celebrates Indian Day every 19 April honouring...

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