Archive - from 2019 - Namibian Sun Pages 2

December 2019

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November 2019

551 articles

October 2019

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September 2019

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August 2019

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July 2019

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June 2019

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May 2019

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April 2019

698 articles

March 2019

615 articles

February 2019

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January 2019

583 articles

Namibia ready for Copa Coca-Cola...

9 months ago - 28 November 2019 | Sports

The Pan-African Under-16 tournament, Copa Coca-Cola, which is held to develop young footballers into the next generation of stars, will kick off on 2 December.Namibia...

Ready, steady, vote!

9 months ago - 27 November 2019 | Politics

CATHERINE SASMAN More than 1.3 million Namibian voters will decide the fate of the country for the next...

Nampa dumps stringer over Fishrot...

9 months ago - 27 November 2019 | Labour

OGONE TLHAGE The Namibia Press Agency (Nampa) has terminated the services of a Windhoek-based freelance reporter after he had participated in a...

Windhoek grapples with slums

9 months ago - 27 November 2019 | Local News

JANA-MARI SMITH Around 56 000 of Windhoek’s informal settlement inhabitants live with only the most rudimentary emergency services such as communal standpipes...

Ohangwena principals’ recruitment criticised

9 months ago - 27 November 2019 | Education

ILENI NANDJATO Ohangwena education director Isak Hamatwi has rejected claims of unfair recruitment of school principals.The regional education...

ECN needs 69 vehicles in...

9 months ago - 27 November 2019 | Politics

NAMPA By Monday the Kunene Region still needed 69 more vehicles to efficiently conduct today’s presidential and National Assembly elections.The Electoral Commission...

Three die in Mariental crash...

9 months ago - 27 November 2019 | Accidents

NAMPAThree women, aged 61, 74 and 84, died after their car left the road and overturned near Gibeon on Monday.The Hardap police crime investigations coordinator,...

Voters in New York raise...

9 months ago - 27 November 2019 | Politics

CATHERINE SASMAN Some of the 54 Namibians living in the United States who voted in the special election...

Improved rainfall predicted

9 months ago - 27 November 2019 | Agriculture

The regional rainfall pattern for the 2019/20 agricultural season is encouraging, as parts of southern Africa are expected to receive adequate rains in the first...

PDM wants independent Fishrot probe

9 months ago - 27 November 2019 | Government

The Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) has rejected President Hage Geingob's appointment of acting fisheries minister Albert Kawana as the government investigator of the Fishrot bribery...

Go vote, Tweya urges

9 months ago - 27 November 2019 | Local News

Trade minister Tjekero Tweya has urged Namibians to cast their votes when the polls open at 07:00 this morning. Tweya said international investors were looking...

Too soon for England

9 months ago - 27 November 2019 | Sports

England's impressive qualifying campaign for the European Championship has sent fans' expectations soaring, but former defender Micah Richards says the side may not be the...

Training camps 'effective'

9 months ago - 27 November 2019 | Sports

The 27th annual Quinton-Steele Botes training camp is slated for 7 to 10 January 2020 at the Independence Stadium in Windhoek, and coach Leonie van...

Soccer’s rising star

9 months ago - 26 November 2019 | People

Octavia Tsibes Jované Narib is a very popular young man, who is well-known for his football exploits.Growing up in the Maize Triangle town of...

Fishrot candidates march to parliament

9 months ago - 26 November 2019 | Local News

Swapo yesterday said its members embroiled in the Fishrot debacle that led to their resignations from cabinet a fortnight ago will remain on their candidate...

Itula between a rock and...

9 months ago - 26 November 2019 | Justice

Commentators says independent presidential candidate Dr Panduleni Itula finds himself between a rock and a hard place after an electoral tribunal yesterday dismissed his application...

Opposition take aim at Shanghala's...

9 months ago - 26 November 2019 | Government

Opposition leaders McHenry Venaani and Mike Kavekotora say all legislation and amendments that Sacky Shanghala worked or advised on while first heading the Law Reform...

Choose wisely

9 months ago - 26 November 2019 | Columns

Ester KamatiChoices are important, and better yet, good choices need to be made. This column is deliberate because one of the biggest choices we will...

Learners have their say on...

9 months ago - 26 November 2019 | Opinion

Corné Burger No, I don’t think we are. I think we need to start at schools by funding school sport tours, so we won’t have...

Merit before anything else

9 months ago - 26 November 2019 | Columns

The state of Namibia's state-owned enterprises (SOEs) has for decades been the source of much gnashing of teeth and hands being thrown into the air...

Rising stars emerge at FNB...

9 months ago - 26 November 2019 | Sports

Ester KamatiSince its inception in 2008, the FNB Classic Clashes tournament has grown tremendously. With 48 schools competing in three major sport codes yearly, the...

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