Archive - from 2019 - Namibian Sun Pages 1

2019

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2014

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2013

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2012

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2011

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2010

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Mweya to judge in Kenya

34 minutes ago | Sports

The World Boxing Council (WBC) Women's Championship Committee has appointed Fillemon Mweya as one of three judges for a super bantamweight title fight that takes...

Moment of truth has arrived

34 minutes ago | Sports

The moment of truth has arrived as Ricardo Mannetti will once again be tested as his charges prepare to clash with Chipolopolo in the Afcon...

Giving street wear a different...

1 day - 21 March 2019 | Art and Entertainment

POM Couture is the heavily sought-after street wear brand that has infiltrated the scene in the past year. What does it mean? No one really...

Millions unaccounted for at NDC,...

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Economics

The Namibia Development Corporation (NDC) has failed to submit documentary evidence to prove how it spent N$90.1 million between 2015 and 2017, the latest report...

N$9m to discipline NAC executives

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Local News

Namibia Airports Company (NAC) executive for commercial services Toska Sem has come out guns blazing, saying the disciplinary hearing she underwent was biased. It was...

Thirsty villagers turn to tombo

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Local News

Amarika residents are consuming salty, green water from self-created wells, as well as tombo, as they wait for government to purchase tyres for a tanker...

Celebration amid the gloom

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Local News

Social activist and former parliamentarian Rosa Namises says there is not much to be excited about on Independence Day, while others added that although there...

Aluta continua!

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Columns

Tomorrow is without doubt a significant day in our national history, as we pause to celebrate the spirit of our forefathers and struggle heroes and...

Africa Briefs

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Economics

No end date for Eskom’s power cutsSouth Africa's public enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said yesterday he cannot say yet when rolling blackouts will end, as...

Cob plundering suspects nabbed

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Crime

Leandrea Louw Two men arrested on Saturday for allegedly being in possession of 60 large cob made their first appearance in the Walvis Bay Magistrate’s...

Booys to stay put

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Local News

Following months of community meetings, protest actions and petitions, a group of Okahandja residents who are demanding that regional councillor Steve 'Biko' Booys be removed,...

Unfinished pipeline impacts 7 000...

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Infrastructure

About 6 932 people and 33 790 large and 18 395 small stock units are facing thirst, as the agriculture ministry battles to finish the...

Apple unveils new iPad, updates...

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Technology

Sonam RaiApple Inc, in a surprise move on Monday, launched a new 10.5-inch iPad Air and updated its iPad Mini ahead of a March 25...

Climate change and productivity

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Agriculture

Climate change is a long-term change in climatic/weather patterns of the earth or region. Such change is observed in temperature and rainfall patterns, amongst others....

Palladium hits record high

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Business

Palladium surged to a record yesterday as the risk of a ban on some Russian exports added to supply concerns for the autocatalyst metal. Spot...

Rundu shenanigans continue

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Local News

Acting Rundu CEO Sikongo Haihambo says the town council's failure to elect a third member for its management committee is hindering effective service delivery.Haihambo made...

State supports non-compliant security firms

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Business

Employers and trade unions agree that one of the major issues facing the Namibian security services industry is that some government institutions continue to appoint...

Company news in brief

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Business

Steinhoff ex-chairman open to talksFormer Steinhoff chairman and top shareholder Christo Wiese is open to negotiations over his US$4 billion claim against the company, he...

Agri ministry sidesteps timber issues

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Agriculture

The ministry has sidestepped key questions on whether it will re-implement the ban on the export of unprocessed timber until a local value addition processing...

Public urged to give input...

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Local News

The Law Reform and Development Commission (LRDC) has urged members of the public to come forward and share their experiences with laws that have already...

Ford Ranger claims top honours...

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Motors

The Ford Ranger claimed top honours at Car Magazine’s annual Top 12 Best Buys Awards held in Johannesburg recently. The win marked the Ranger’s eighth...

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