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Livestock sector is worth N$4.6bn

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Agriculture

Namibia's livestock industry is valued at an estimated N$4.6 billion, which equates to 4.3% of all goods and services annually produced by the country. Stated...

World Bank assesses workplace equality

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Local News

Namibia has achieved a respectable score in a global study that measured gender equality in laws affecting the workplace. The report, titled 'Women, Business and...

Brexit defeat leaves May's authority...

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Economics

Alice Ritchie - British prime minister Theresa May staked everything on getting her Brexit deal, and its rejection on Tuesday has left her authority severely...

Deadly bird flu spreads

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Local News

JANA-MARI SMITH The deadly bird flu virus that has wreaked havoc on the vulnerable African penguin population on Halifax Island off Lüderitz has spread to...

Cheetah pounces on local clinker

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Business

Chinese-backed cement factory Whale Rock Cement, the maker of Cheetah Cement, has started to source clinker locally for its products, after initially importing it from...

Throw the book at PSEMAS...

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Politics

JEMIMA BEUKES The Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) has demanded that government decisively deal with fraudsters implicated in the Public Service Employee Medical Aid Scheme (PSEMAS)...

Company news in brief

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Business

African Bank appoints ex-Liberty Holdings CEO as chairmanAfrican Bank, a small South African lender which is trying to rebuild after nearly collapsing under the weight...

Aapolisi yamwe otaya ihumbata nayi...

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Police

Minista Charles Namoloh okwa popi kutya aapolisi yamwe ohaya taagulula oompango uuna taya ningi omatulo miipandeko nenge taya ungaunga noshigwana ihe oshikondo shawo...

Aanaskola ya otekathana

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Education

Ompumbwe yomuhandjo gwoskola oshowo omahala gokuza gaakwanezimo moskola Omungwelume Senior Secondary School oya etitha aanaskola moskola ndjoka ya kale ya otekathana nokuza pamwe ya...

Mahindra unveils the Thar Adventure...

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Motors

Mahindra’s most iconic off-roader, the Mahindra Thar, has received a major off-road boost for 2019 with the launch of the Thar Adventure Series model.The Thar...

Ronaldo sinks Atletico

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Sports

Cristiano Ronaldo lifted Juventus into the Champions League quarterfinals on Tuesday with a spectacular hat-trick, and then goaded his old enemy, Atletico Madrid, by mimicking...

Djokovic keen to turn the...

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Sports

World number one Novak Djokovic struggled to find an explanation for his shock third round defeat by German Philipp Kohlschreiber at the BNP Paribas Open...

Eastern Swallows, Fire Eyes win...

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Sports

Epukiro-based Eastern Swallows and Fire Eyes from Aminuis won the netball and football competitions, respectively, at the Namibia Rural Sport Development Federation (NRSDF) tournament on...

Tobias lines up cream of...

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Sports

Nestor 'Sunshine' Tobias will showcase his most prominent boxers at his next boxing tournament in April.Titled 'Independence Legacy Fight Part 2', the event will be...

You are not alone -...

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Sports

Sports minister Erastus Uutoni has implored the Brave Warriors to play their hearts out when they clash with Zambia in an Africa Nations Cup (Afcon)...

Health defends cancelling tea and...

1 week ago - 13 March 2019 | Health

The health ministry estimates it will achieve savings of between N$50 million to N$60 million annually following a directive to stop serving tea, coffee and...

Pupils live like married couples

1 week ago - 13 March 2019 | Education

A lack of hostel and family accommodation has resulted in Omungwelume Senior Secondary School learners cohabiting like husband and wife. “Parents have sent their...

Huang gets court victory

1 week ago - 13 March 2019 | Justice

Chinese businessman Jack Huang has received some relief from the Windhoek High Court in his business dealings with trade unionist Petrus Nevonga and former Swapo...

Roads crucial for economic development

1 week ago - 13 March 2019 | Economics

SWAKOPMUND – Without well-developed and maintained roads, economic development and social transformation will not be fostered efficiently, the minister of works and transport, John Mutorwa,...

Our future is at stake

1 week ago - 13 March 2019 | Columns

The quality of education is dependent on a number of factors, ranging from policies, structures and the type of system being employed. It also goes...

Zim hints at more weakening...

1 week ago - 13 March 2019 | Economics

MacDonald Dzirutwe - Zimbabwe's central bank governor on Monday said the exchange rate for the new transitional currency is unlikely to remain at 2.5 per...

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