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Chiefs' winless run against Pirates...

6 months ago - 11 February 2019 | Sports

Kaizer Chiefs' winless run against Orlando Pirates stretched to 12 matches spanning 1 496 days when they surrendered the lead in an often cagey 1-1...

Ethiopia's Kejelcha just misses world...

6 months ago - 11 February 2019 | Sports

Ethiopia's Yomif Kejelcha, twice a world indoor 3 000m champion, missed the world indoor mile record by one-hundredth of a second on Saturday in a...

Davis destroys Ruiz to retain...

6 months ago - 11 February 2019 | Sports

Gervonta Davis retained his World Boxing Association super featherweight world title with a vicious first-round knockout of former world champion Hugo Ruiz on Saturday.Unbeaten Davis...

Wales 'get out of jail'...

6 months ago - 11 February 2019 | Sports

Wales coach Warren Gatland conceded his experimental side “got out of jail” as they struggled to a 26-15 win over Italy in the Six Nations...

Liverpool bounce back against Bournemouth

6 months ago - 11 February 2019 | Sports

Liverpool returned to winning ways and the top of the Premier League table while Manchester United climbed into fourth place on Saturday as English football...

Pandemonium at Rundu

6 months ago - 11 February 2019 | Sports

The 2018/19 Namibia Premier League (NPL) match between African Stars and Julinho Sporting was engulfed in drama at the Rundu sports stadium on Saturday when...

Fifa 'more powerful than UN'

6 months ago - 11 February 2019 | Sports

Fifa director of development for Africa and the Caribbean, Veron Mosengo-Omba, says the organisation is more powerful and well-connected than the United Nations.He said this...

SADC stands by Maduro

6 months ago - 10 February 2019 | Africa

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has joined countries such as Russia and China to stand by under-fire Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro. In a statement,...

Hanno Rumpf dies

6 months ago - 08 February 2019 | Local News

Former Namibian ambassador to Germany Hanno Rumpf has passed on, aged 60. Rumpf has served as permanent secretary for a number of ministries since Namibia’s...

Govt names new executive directors

6 months ago - 08 February 2019 | Government

Government has announced the appointment of new executive directors for the ministries of home affairs, trade, president’s private office as well as environment and tourism....

Rundu councillors in open rebellion

6 months ago - 08 February 2019 | Politics

Swapo's Rundu councillors have defied a party directive that the town office-bearers structure must remain unchanged.In a dramatic twist yesterday, Isack Kandingu was elected and...

Unam top brass vie for...

6 months ago - 08 February 2019 | Education

The Namibia University of Science and Technology (Nust) will today conduct interviews that will pave the way for the appointment of a successor to long-serving...

Row over trust funds

6 months ago - 08 February 2019 | Justice

An amendment to the law on the administration of estates allows for the state to take full control of a deceased estate if the beneficiary...

Down with bullying tactics!

6 months ago - 08 February 2019 | Columns

It is interesting that those in the Swapo top leadership are the first to concede that factionalism harms the ruling party. Swapo is clearly a...

CoW, Kingston municipality become twins

6 months ago - 08 February 2019 | Government

WINDHOEK – The City of Windhoek (CoW) and the Kingston municipality of Jamaica on Wednesday signed a twinning agreement in an effort to promote municipal...

Robyn on the rise

6 months ago - 08 February 2019 | People

Justicia Shipena Robyn Nakaambo was born in Oshakati and raised in Windhoek and Bloemfontein.She holds a double major degree in media (public relations) and...

Ambassadors for Pupkewitz Motors

6 months ago - 08 February 2019 | Local News

Octavia Tsibes Pupkewitz Motors recently held its fifth round of trainee induction in Windhoek. Eight trainees, of which majority were women, completed their training and...

The nexus between spirituality, integrity...

6 months ago - 08 February 2019 | Opinion

This articles focus on what spirituality, integrity and development have in common. All three have the ability to reduce corruption because they stem from the...

It was a circus -...

6 months ago - 08 February 2019 | Transport

After barely limping along for years, TransNamib is being shaken, in order for it to live up to its mandate as one of the most...

Phosphate mining on hold for...

6 months ago - 08 February 2019 | Business

?There will be no pronouncement on environmental clearance for marine phosphate mining in Namibia before another court battle on the matter is finalised. On 21...

World food prices rise in...

6 months ago - 08 February 2019 | Economics

ROME- World food prices rose in January, buoyed by a rebound in dairy prices and stronger showings for vegetable oils and sugar, the United Nations...

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