Archive - from 2019 - Namibian Sun Pages 1

December 2019

360 articles

November 2019

551 articles

October 2019

551 articles

September 2019

586 articles

August 2019

678 articles

July 2019

636 articles

June 2019

506 articles

May 2019

626 articles

April 2019

698 articles

March 2019

615 articles

February 2019

619 articles

January 2019

583 articles

Desert Storm to hit Gaborone

1 year - 31 July 2019 | Sports

Boxing trainer Imms 'AC' Moses says Sakaria 'Desert Storm' Lukas is the next big thing in Namibian boxing, as he has talent in abundance.Moses said...

O&L to buy Hartlief

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Business

The Ohlthaver & List Group has signed an agreement to purchase the majority shareholding in the Hartlief Group, Roux-Ché Locke, the communications manager of O&L,...

Elso to cut distribution and...

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Business

Augetto Graig - Namibian cleaning product manufacturer Elso has announced that it will restructure its business model from August, outsourcing its distribution and logistics to...

Pound tumbles towards 30-month lows

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Economics

Sterling extended losses and fell below US$1.23 towards 30-month lows yesterday, as more investors rushed to factor in the growing risk of a no-deal Brexit...

China exports gasoline to Nigeria,...

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Economics

Chen Aizhu - China will ramp up gasoline exports in July and August to near record levels with cargoes moving to Mexico and Nigeria as...

Rundu revokes plots worth N$52...

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Local News

KENYA KAMBOWE The Rundu town council says it has been left with no other option but to revoke the allocation of more...

Hepatitis E claims three more...

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Health

Nearly 290 new hepatitis E virus infections were diagnosed between June and July, while the virus also claimed three more lives in that time, bringing...

Teen pregnancies 'tragedy'

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Social Issues

The Khomas Region recorded 89 school pregnancies in the first term of this year, while 1 002 learners fell pregnant between 2015 and 2018.Ombudsman John...

A critical thinker

1 year - 30 July 2019 | People

Evany van Wyk Growing up Zennedt Sali wanted to be an architect. He likes the process of planning, designing and building. Although architecture is not...

Kenya launches Africa's biggest wind...

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Economics

Nick Perry – Kenya recently formally launched Africa's biggest wind power plant, a mammoth project in a gusty stretch of wilderness that already provides nearly...

Africa Briefs

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Economics

Kenya appoints acting finance ministerKenya's presidency appointed labour minister Ukur Yatani as acting finance minister last Wednesday, a day after incumbent Henry Rotich was charged...

Fuel to the fire

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Columns

The level of pregnancies among teenage girls in Namibian schools can no longer be ignored by both educators and parents. It is particularly concerning when...

With the rapid rise in...

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Opinion

Hondjaba KaukungwaI think it (falling pregnant) is a huge disadvantage, because it may lead to a lack of concentration and teenage girls dropping out. I...

Being heard

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Columns

Justicia Shipena One of the greatest challenges I have faced with writing a column has been taking a specific posture in each one. It seems...

SA panel backs land seizures,...

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Economics

Johannesburg - A South African advisory panel on Sunday backed land redistribution without compensation for owners, but only in limited circumstances, as the government pushes...

Nigeria plots course to membership...

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Economics

ABUJA - Nigeria is backing its commitment to join Africa's recently agreed free trade zone by setting up a committee to implement the agreement, and...

ECB ditches gold sales agreement

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Economics

European central banks have ditched a 20-year-old agreement to coordinate their gold sales, saying they have no plan to sell large amounts of the metal,...

Army, police rescue Amta

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Agriculture

Despite a cabinet resolution that calls on all government offices, ministries and agencies (OMAs) to buy locally produced agricultural products and meat through Amta, only...

Uncle flees after raping niece

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Crime

The Namibian police are tracing a man accused of raping his eight-year-old niece multiple times between January and July this year.A report issued yesterday by...

Ageing hostels fall apart amidst...

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Education

The rundown condition of a 29-year-old government hostel in the Kavango East Region is not an isolated problem, an education official has said. The...

BoN school competition in full...

1 year - 30 July 2019 | Education

Having attracted 179 schools, and a total of 716 learners from across the country participating, the Bank of Namibia (BoN) annual national high school competition...

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