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Trees still being looted

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Local News

Sources in Kavango East claim that Chinese national Hou Xue Cheng continues to log and transport timber from the area despite the suspension of harvesting...

Bail denied in Chinese murder...

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Justice

The 27-year-old man, who allegedly murdered a Chinese national last week, was denied bail in the Rehoboth Magistrate's Court yesterday. Tuhafeni Thomas appeared before Magistrate...

Red Line to steadily fall

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Agriculture

The agricultural ministry plans to start with the process of gradually removing the veterinary cordon fence (VCF) or Red Line during the current financial year....

A leap towards greater heights...

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | People

Justicia Shipena Mohammed Shehu, a young Nigerian-born national, toured the African continent before arriving in Namibia, having previously lived in Kenya, Tanzania and Botswana.Shehu graduated...

Son shoots mom with arrow

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Crime

A 45-year-old woman was beaten, kicked and shot with a bow and arrow this weekend. The incident took place on Friday at the Omeyatahekele cuca...

The politics of spite

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Columns

It is disturbing to read that the Rundu town council still does not have a functioning management committee, amid the much-publicised Swapo infighting at the...

Violins (not violence) to shatter...

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Columns

Justicia ShipenaI’ve been one of those girls who go to parties that bump aggressive, derogatory music and I sing along. I’ve been silenced by sexist...

Dundee takes copper into the...

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Business

AUGETTO GRAIG Evidence from archaeological work at the Matchless mine, about 40 km west of Windhoek, suggests copper smelting was taking place in Namibia some...

50 years of the Chamber...

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Business

AUGETTO GRAIG On Thursday, 9 May 2019 the Chamber of Mines of Namibia will celebrate its 50th anniversary. This year marks the golden jubilee...

Staff revolt hits ECN

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Local News

With the 2019 general election only months away, 90 Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) voter education officers are currently working without employment contracts, after they...

Endgame for rape culture in...

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Local News

With more than 200 accounts of rape and other forms of sexual abuse reported on social media over the last few days the #MeToo movement...

Northern water woes deepen

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Agriculture

The Oshana and Omusati regional councils are set to approach the water ministry, in a bid to get NamWater to pump water to Uuvudhiya in...

Empowering women through Elle Cups...

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Short News

Mariselle StofbergAlexander Forbes donated 200 Elle Cups to the value of N$80 000 and pledged to donate N$5 000 a month over the next 12...

Young engineers spark hope

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Short News

Elizabeth Joseph The NASE approached the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture, offering to help them in identifying a project that they can assist with.The...

Making room for innovation

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Short News

Ester Kamati Youth took centre stage at Launch Magazine’s first-ever pitch night.They were able to pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges in...

Invest in literacy

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Education

The Kavango East education directorate has appealed for help with its adult literacy programme, saying it is one of the ways societal issues such as...

NSFAF loans to stay loans

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Education

The Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) has ruled out the possibility of converting the loans it has awarded to students since its inception, into...

25% of agri budget for...

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Ministries

A quarter of the agriculture ministry's N$1.95 billion budget for the current financial year is devoted to developing the water sector and the supply of...

Too much freedom?

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Education

Michelline Nawatises Pull quote: “Why should we take our phones along to school in the first place?” – Armando GarobebToday’s social media obsessed youth are...

Unam students put best foot...

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Local News

The third-year business administration students at Unam came up with the initiative to donate shoes to community members of the Havana informal settlement and the...

Wild fruit their only hope

6 months ago - 07 May 2019 | Local News

Land standing idle due to the current drought and being jobless are among the challenges faced by a couple from Sihepera village in Kavango West,...

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