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

Mbumba gets cold shoulder

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Agriculture

Ovaherero, Nama and Damara traditional leaders, civil society organisations and some opposition parties, as well as an unaffiliated trade union federation, have announced they are...

Jealous rage sinks former top...

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Justice

Lazarus Oscar Awaseb, 50, formerly the head of the Epako police's crime investigation unit at Gobabis, was found guilty of murder yesterday by Judge Dinnah...

Lending a hand with serviced...

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Banking

In order to help municipalities and town councils speed up the servicing of land, FNB Namibia has decided to grant local authorities loans that they...

Spent consumer drains Receiver's tax...

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Economics

Jo-Maré Duddy – Only about N$1.979 billion from taxes on products, mainly value-added tax (VAT), was generated in the second quarter of this year, the...

A worthwhile journey

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | People

Elizabeth Joseph Entrepreneurs normally bite off more than what they can chew, hoping they might learn how to chew it. The same can be said...

Slaying the generational wealth giant

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Columns

The wealth gap between the previously advantaged and disadvantaged is a problem that most people are aware of in the abstract, yet it goes to...

Leadership is in her DNA

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | People

Elizabeth JosephDiergaardt was born in Lüderitz and raised in Windhoek. She completed her grade 12 at Jan Möhr Secondary School, and obtained an undergraduate and...

Police on VW badges street...

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Business

NDAMA NAKASHOLEThe police warning comes after social media went abuzz with news of people reporting about their stolen badges from the VW cars, which has...

Corruption - A social disease...

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Columns

Johan Coetzee - On 21 September 2018 Mervin King and Linda de Beer launched in Windhoek their latest book titled The Auditor: Quo Vadis?The event...

Neumbo takes challenges in her...

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | People

Farmers feel the pinch

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Agriculture

The surge of commercial farms being put up for sale or defaulting on loans continues unabated, as farmers buckle under increasing burdens linked to environmental...

Headman in hot water

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Local News

The Oukwanyama Traditional Authority has ordered its Onamutayi district senior headman, Amon Shipanga, to reinstate suspended Oneleiwa village headman, Silas Ndakolonghoshi, because he also benefited...

Africa in brief

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Economics

World Bank approves first grants to SomaliaThe World Bank has approved US$80 million in grants to Somalia to fund public finance reforms, marking the first...

Rehabilitation paves the way to...

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Local News

Elizabeth Joseph This formalises and sets in stone the longstanding ties of collaboration between the two institutions. ”As an overarching objective, this agreement anticipates the...

Give back ancestral land -...

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Politics

Swanu president Tangeni Iijambo says it is of utmost importance that ancestral land be at the centre of any land discussions taking place in the...

Constitution must be upheld -...

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Politics

The Namibia Agricultural Union (NAU) says it is looking forward to attending the country's second national land conference, adding it has “trust in the government...

Damara ancestral land

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Politics

A discussion paper for the country's second national land conference argues the notion that Damara ancestry is confined to areas around Khorixas, Uis, Okombahe and...

No topic taboo

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Politics

Swapo president Hage Geingob has repeatedly stated that all issues concerning land would be debated in an open and transparent manner at the country's second...

Land referendum calls intensify

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Politics

The clamouring for a national referendum on land, in terms of changing the constitution to accommodate expropriation without compensation in the public interest, has intensified.This...

Swapo is lying - WRP

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | Politics

The Workers Revolutionary Party (WRP) has accused Swapo of distorting the resolutions taken on ancestral land at the country's first land conference held in 1991.WRP...

Saara Shivute appointed as head...

2 years ago - 28 September 2018 | People

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