Archive - from 2019 - Namibian Sun Pages 2

2019

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2016

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2013

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2012

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2011

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2010

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Industry, campaigners spar over SA's...

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Business

Béatrice Debut - South Africa's new carbon tax has provoked a storm of criticism from environmental campaigners who say it is too weak - and...

Giant load turns heads

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Transport

At an average speed of 25 kilometres per hour, a super-abnormal freight operation transporting a 175-tonne transformer from Johannesburg to a NamPower substation just outside...

Geingob stirs pot

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Politics

President Hage Geingob is meeting Swapo regional leaders across the country in the afternoons, after his ongoing town hall and regional meetings with the public.In...

Mujoro denies dodging 'independent' prickly...

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Politics

Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) chief electoral officer Theo Mujoro has denied dodging the prickly subject of independent candidates standing in elections in the country,...

Zim public workers threaten strike...

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Economics

Nelson Banya - Zimbabwe's public workers on Tuesday said they would go on strike if the government failed to increase their wages to at least...

Africa Briefs

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Economics

Morocco urged to press ahead with dirham floatThe International Monetary Fund (IMF) reiterated on Tuesday its call on Morocco to move towards a greater exchange...

Respect is a two-way street

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Columns

The ongoing debate unfolding in the National Assembly, which puts social cohesion in the spotlight, is quite interesting. For far too long we have observed...

Lipton: Capitalism needs 'course correction'

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Economics

Paris - Rising anger at the increasing inequality blamed on globalisation calls for a change of directions, acting IMF chief David Lipton said Tuesday.But he...

Lagarde resigns, IMF hunt begins

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Economics

Washington - Christine Lagarde will resign from the International Monetary Fund on September 12 as she awaits final word on her nomination to the presidency...

Vendors in despair

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Agriculture

Mahangu flour vendors operating at various open markets in Rundu are struggling to pay back loans they took to purchase unprocessed grain from farmers, because...

State sued for N$3.8 million

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Justice

A man who was cleared of murder and robbery charges after he had spent more than five years in jail awaiting the completion of his...

Oshakati abattoir to reopen soon

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Agriculture

KIAT Investment Holdings, which has been awarded a tender to manage the Oshakati abattoir, says the plant will soon resume operations.This will be a relief...

Taylor Jaye tackles gender-based violence

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Art and Entertainment

Sponsored content - The continuing high rates of incidences of gender-based violence (GBV) in Namibia, further highlighted by rapidly increasing cases reported daily from victims...

Namibia committed to curbing abuse...

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Others

Prosecutor-general Martha Imalwa said the Namibian justice system is taking gender-based violence (GBV) cases seriously and aims to make huge progress against it by 2022.“By...

About the artist

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Art and Entertainment

Taylor Jaye is an exciting award-winning singer, songwriter, producer and actress both in Namibia and South Africa, under her own label company Jaye’s World Entertainment...

Everybody needed in fight against...

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Others

The fight against gender-based violence (GBV) will not end until all stakeholders are involved and make the issue a community or country problem by assisting...

NNFU sheds regional functions

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Agriculture

The Namibia National Farmers Union (NNFU) has underwent a restructuring exercise that has seen it shed some its regional operations.NNFU executive director Mwilima Mushokobanji said...

'We are not fighting'

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Government

President Hage Geingob held a town hall meeting in Mariental on Monday, and was in Keetmanshoop yesterday, where he assured residents that his administration is...

Company news in brief

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Business

Acacia's mine ordered to stop using tailings storage facilityAcacia Mining said yesterday that Tanzania has ordered it to stop using tailing storage facility at its...

B1 City fraud accused loses...

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Justice

Hafeni Nghinamwaami, one the three businesspeople implicated in the fraud and corruption case surrounding the B1 City property development project, is without legal representation after...

EVM 'hacking challenge' postponed

1 day - 18 July 2019 | Local News

The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) has postponed its scheduled “hacking challenge” of the electronic voter machines (EVMs) to allow political parties sufficient time to...

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