Archive - from 2018 - Namibian Sun Pages 2

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

Geingob above all

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Government

State House took measures to protect President Hage Geingob from safety concerns linked to the dilapidated Eros Airport runway in 2016, but other air passengers...

67 000 graduates not...

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Politics

Swapo Party Youth League secretary Ephraim Nekongo has rejected an assessment released by the ministry of higher education which said that 67 000 graduates are...

NFA battle on knife...

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Sports

Larger-than-life football supremo Barry Rukoro and his arch-nemesis, NFA president Frans Mbidi, will face off in a meeting this weekend in Omuthiya that could determine...

Negotiation tips

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Business

You can be a master of technique, but enter a marathon or a boxing ring without adequate preparation and you're still going to end up...

AR rattles Oshakati

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Local News

KENYA KAMBOWE It was a busy Thursday in Oshakati as the Affirmative Reposition (AR) movement held a peaceful demonstration and handed over two petitions at...

Mover and Shaker

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | People

Dirk Bock, Assistant Accountant at Pupkewitz Toyota, completed his grade 12 in 2012 at JG Van der Wath Secondary School in Okahandja, but could not...

Press freedom slide a wakeup...

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Local News

Namibia's tumble from the top spot as the freest press in Africa to second place in the latest Reporters Without Borders Press Freedom Index indicates...

NIP could lose SOE status

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Ministries

Health minister Bernard Haufiku has requested that the Namibia Institute of Pathology (NIP) be transformed from a parastatal into a department.He said NIP should be...

Swiss national loses land battle

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Justice

The Supreme Court has dismissed an application by Swiss national, Thomas Wyss, to inherit his late father's 49% shares in Laconia CC, which owns Laconia...

40 years of success

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | People

Serving what may be considered a lifetime in the banking sector, Nedbank’s very own Hendrik Matthee or better known as ‘Bertus’ calls it a day,...

Eight characteristics of a resilient...

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Business

Building a business is not a sprint, but a marathon, with hills, headwinds, heat and dust. Those entrepreneurs who succeed are not necessarily the fastest...

Traditional authority turns to court...

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Justice

The Blouwes Traditional Authority in the //Karas Region is taking the urban and rural development ministry to court for failing to recognise their leader as...

Outapi shelter a reality

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Local News

The value and dignity of women must be protected at all cost says Standard Bank Outapi branch manager, Geroldus Kazondunge.Kazondunge made this remark on Wednesday...

Unions call on all to...

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Labour

Tuesday's May Day celebrations will take place in Khorixas and focus on economic upliftment for Namibian workers and employers.The National Union of Namibian Workers (NUNW)...

Meet the young team of...

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Banking

A Chartered Accountancy qualification is a gateway to a vast range of exciting career opportunities. They are consistently in demand and recognised for their technical...

Development agency to start soon

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Local News

The establishment of the Namibia Development Agency (NIDA) is progressing well and operations are expected to start this year still. This is according to the...

Etunda still under armyworm siege

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Local News

The Etunda green scheme is still under siege by an invading force of fall armyworms, agriculture minister Alpheus !Naruseb has confirmed.“The outbreak of fall armyworm...

You gotta have strong faith!

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Columns

I always had a tough time abiding by the 'love thy neighbour' principle of Christianity. Don't get me wrong, I do not hate my neighbours,...

Namibia's drop no surprise

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Opinion

News that Ghana has now deposed Namibia as number one in Africa when it comes to press freedom did not come as a surprise. For...

Hook, line and sinker

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Art and Entertainment

Tjil sat down with the soft-spoken and humble music producer and engineering student, Potpher Mbewe, popularly known as DJ Potpher, who described his journey in...

The Dogg headlines crayfish fest

3 years ago - 27 April 2018 | Art and Entertainment

Having been running successfully for ten years and now onto the 11th event, the Lüderitz Crayfish Festival is aimed to promote Lüderitz as a tourism...

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