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Old brands display new tech

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Technology

The companies founded by blacksmith John Deere and candle and soap making duo Procter & Gamble may not be the hip purveyors of new technology...

US, China extend trade talks...

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Economics

United States and Chinese envoys extended trade talks into a third day yesterday, after President Donald Trump said negotiations aimed at ending a tariff war...

Former Zim minister granted bail...

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Crime

Zimbabwean opposition politician and former energy and power development minister Elton Mangoma, who was arrested on charges of criminal abuse of office, appeared in court...

Anxious wait for results

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Education

As grade 12 learners await their ordinary level results with bated breath, education minister Katrina Hanse-Himarwa has expressed positivity ahead of today's official announcement.Hanse-Himarwa is...

Hit-and-run suspect on the run

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Crime

The Ongwediva police are calling on members of public to assist them with information that could lead to the arrest of an unknown motorist who...

Borders closed due to FMD...

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Agriculture

Namibia's borders with South Africa have been closed to all imports and in-transit movements of cloven-hoofed animals and products from the neighbouring country with immediate...

Apple boss got big 2018...

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Economics

Apple gave its chief executive Tim Cook a hefty 22% pay raise in 2018, bringing his total compensation for the year to almost US$15.7 million,...

Namibia remembers Gu

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Local News

This past Saturday, the Human Rights Association for Victims of Coercive Conversion Programmes hosted a special memorial service in Windhoek to commemorate the murder of...

Company news in brief

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Economics

Congo miner leaves responsible-sourcing schemeThe Democratic Republic of Congo's biggest miner of coltan, an ore containing metals used in mobile phones, is leaving the ITSCI...

Winning the war on HIV/Aids

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Health

Namibia is making inroads in the fight against HIV/Aids, according to findings published by the University of Columbia's Mailman School of Medical Health. The results...

Tourists robbed in Swakopmund

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Crime

A tourist couple were robbed of nearly N$34 000 worth of belongings in Swakopmund on Monday.Deputy Commissioner Erastus Iikuyu said on Tuesday a 44-year-old German...

Aakwiita ya kutha ko ehala...

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Local News

Moondokumende ndhoka dha pewa ompangu mOmaandaha kuJohn Henry Eiman, omunashipundi gwoRehoboth Shooters Club, odha holola kutya aakwiita yetanga lyegameno lyaNamibia oya kutha ko ehala lyawo...

Murray's talent undimmed

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Sports

Former world number one Andy Murray's ranking dropped as low as 839 during 2018 as he played only six tournaments, with the Scot arriving in...

Pochettino unhappy with VAR win

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Sports

Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino said he was “unhappy” to see his side beat Chelsea 1-0 in the first leg of their English League...

More NPL teams to join...

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Sports

Namibia Premier League (NPL) chairman Patrick Kauta has revealed that plans are afoot to ensure that more topflight teams are able to compete in African...

Stay focused - Hamata

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Sports

Local football analyst Isack Hamata says Namibians must shy away from focusing on the fact that Egypt has been granted the hosting rights for the...

Citizens aim to tame Tigers

1 week ago - 10 January 2019 | Sports

Citizens FC will clash with Tigers tonight at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.The two teams are eager to keep their momentum in topflight football. The match...

Manganese fears mount again

1 week ago - 09 January 2019 | Environment

Initial relief, following orders last week for an immediate halt to the transport and offloading of manganese ore at Lüderitz, has given way to a...

Army takes over private shooting...

1 week ago - 09 January 2019 | Local News

Members of a Rehoboth shooting club have turned to the High Court in an urgent attempt to obtain an interdict against an allegedly illegal military...

LPM cries foul

1 week ago - 09 January 2019 | Politics

The Landless People's Movement (LPM) claims it is under attack from Swapo and United Democratic Front (UDF), saying the two parties are intimidating LPM members...

SA union angry over Denel’s...

1 week ago - 09 January 2019 | Economics

NAMPA/ANAThe Liberated Metalworkers Union of South Africa (Limusa) on Monday rejected the appointment of Daniel du Toit as the group chief executive of state-owned arms...

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