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GIZ equips NFA Girls Centre

1 year - 16 January 2019 | Sports

The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Girls Centre last week received a major boost from the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), which presented it with...

Derbies are tricky - Hipundjua

1 year - 16 January 2019 | Sports

Coastal football lovers are braced for a huge derby clash tonight, when Eleven Arrows take on Blue Waters at Walvis Bay's Kuisebmund Stadium at 20:00.Eleven...

Ngurare takes on SADC

1 year - 15 January 2019 | International

Former Swapo Party Youth League secretary Elijah Ngurare has described SADC's about-turn on the Democratic Republic of Congo's election result as confusing, while claiming the...

Stop education blame game –...

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Education

Former education minister David Namwandi feels that no single stakeholder should be blamed for the recent grade 12 results. Rather, everyone involved should take some...

Borrowing just enough is best

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Economics

STAFF REPORTER Jerome Mutumba, Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) head of marketing and corporate communication, says as the economy begins to improve entrepreneurs will find...

New law regulates micro-loans

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Economics

AUGETTO GRAIG Micro-lenders and cash-loan providers must register with Namfisa (Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority) annually now that Micro-lending Act has come into force since...

Namibia’s high-flyer

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Education

Tunohole MungobaAfter completing her Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate for Higher Level (NSSCH) examinations at Windhoek Gymnasium last year, Sharzaan Putter (18) did not imagine she...

Climate change brings hardship

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Agriculture

Environment ministry spokesperson Romeo Muyunda has urged Namibians to be wary of the effects of climate change and not regard them as farfetched and unrealistic,...

Get ready for the silly...

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Columns

The year 2019 is a significant one for our country and it certainly looks like the silly season, normally associated with elections, is soon to...

Congo vote leaves uncertainty for...

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Economics

Joe BavierThe surprise outcome of Congo's election - a vote meant to bring closure to years of turmoil under President Joseph Kabila - has done...

Taking stock of the festive...

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Opinion

Octavia TsibesI am not one that gets overexcited about the festive season, but last year seemed to be different. The year 2018 was a challenging,...

Swapo ‘nervous’ about LPM

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Politics

OGONE TLHAGE Political commentator Ndumba Kamwanyah says he is taken aback by Swapo parliamentarian and deputy public enterprises...

Namibia still a ‘flawed democracy’

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Politics

ELLANIE SMIT Namibia has been ranked as one of the top ten most democratic countries in sub-Saharan Africa, but was still labelled...

What can still be imported...

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Agriculture

ELLANIE SMIT The agriculture ministry has provided detailed information to importers and the Namibian public on which animals and animal products may...

Coffee price slump

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Economics

In the verdant southern highlands of Ethiopia, coffee farmer Gafeto Gardo is thinking about calling time on an industry that has sustained families for generations....

Ordinary level top 10

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Education

Elizabeth Joseph and Michelline Nawatises During the 2018 academic year a total of 56 534 candidates, comprising of 23 594 full-time and 32 940 part...

Namibia submits CITES proposals

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Environment

Namibia has submitted proposals to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) to amend regulations protecting elephants and...

Backyard gardens get seeds

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Agriculture

The Ondangwa urban constituency in the Oshana Region has donated seeds to some of its residents to establish backyard gardens.Last week about 20 homes and...

Surviving the back-to-school blues

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Education

Elizabeth Joseph and Michelline Nawatises Schools reopened on 8 January for the new academic year. As usual, parents as well as learners were excited and...

I discipline teachers - Amunyela

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Education

The secret behind Onampira Combined School's top performance in the Grade 12 National Senior Secondary Certificate (NSSC) ordinary level examinations is that its principal, Gebhard...

SPYL calls for Rundu intervention

1 year - 15 January 2019 | Politics

The Swapo Party Youth League (SPYL) in the Kavango East Region says it is dissatisfied with the infighting among ruling party councillors at Rundu over...

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