Archive - from 2020 - Namibian Sun Pages 2

September 2020

357 articles

August 2020

599 articles

July 2020

620 articles

June 2020

594 articles

May 2020

460 articles

April 2020

496 articles

March 2020

731 articles

February 2020

729 articles

January 2020

533 articles

Phase two of MTC's 081Every1...

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Business

Phase two of MTC's billion-dollar 081Every1 network project plans to roll-out a total number of 102 sites and is expected to be completed by September...

Gender parity a priority –...

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Government

Namibia has prioritised gender parity as a means of addressing historical imbalances and injustices towards women. This is according to President Hage Geingob, who was...

Weather service warns of flash...

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Disasters

More than 25.6 million cubic metres of water has streamed into Namibia's dams over the past two days, while a warning has been issued that...

Cannabis activist sues for Hornkranz...

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Crime

A pro-cannabis activist is suing members of last year's Operation Hornkranz for N$118 000 based on claims he was violently assaulted and that his private...

Cuba sells used cars for...

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Economics

Cuba's cash-strapped government on Tuesday began selling used cars for US dollars at a single Havana outlet, a first for the Communist-run state and a...

Feedlot shade boosts cattle welfare

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Agriculture

A study on the benefits of shade and other environmental enrichments on animal welfare and production at a large Namibian cattle feedlot found access to...

13 arrested for wildlife crimes

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Crime

Thirteen suspects were arrested recently in connection with wildlife crimes, while five new cases were opened. According to statistics released by the intelligence and investigation...

Drought: N$20m spent on fodder...

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Disasters

While some parts of the country have received good rainfall, other areas have not received any, resulting in ongoing drought devastation.By the end of January,...

Outapi abattoir survives on slaughtering...

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Agriculture

Due to the lack of a formalised meat market in the Northern Communal Areas (NCA), the Outapi and Eenhana abattoirs are surviving on the slaughtering...

Company news in brief

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Business

Rio Tinto posts jump in full-year earningsAnglo-Australian miner Rio Tinto yesterday posted an 18% rise in 2019 underlying earnings as a surge in iron ore...

'Oto teya shoka wa kunu'

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Local News

Aamwayinathana yaali ya za momukunda Utokota moshitopolwa shaKavango East, oya pula aanafaalama yakwawo ya longe nuudhiginini momapya gawo gomahangu, sha landula omuloka omuwanawa.Itaya popile woo...

Ya hala iilonga

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Local News

Hikera Muwara, Immanuel Kandundu oshowo Mushongoro Kamonga oya gandja ehokololo lyawo kNamibian Sun pethimbo lyetalelepo lya ningwa moDivundu ndjoka tayi adhika oshinano shookilometa 200 muuzilo...

Only two apply for NSFAF...

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Sports

The Namibia Sports Commission (NSC) has so far only received two applications for their partnership initiative with the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF). ...

Ya Toivo Marathon keeping the...

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Sports

Close to 400 runners have already signed up for the first Ya Toivo Half Marathon, set for Saturday. Organised by the Windhoek City Runners...

Corruption - A social disease...

6 months ago - 27 February 2020 | Columns

Johan Coetzee - Why are Namibians’ perceptions about corruption not improving? Despite mechanisms such as the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) which has investigated corruption since 2006,...

BREAKING: ACC summons Fishrot defence...

6 months ago - 26 February 2020 | Crime

Staff ReporterThe Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) served South African lawyer, advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi, with a summons this morning, asking him to submit a statement explaining a...

WBSR invests N$93.6 mln in...

6 months ago - 26 February 2020 | Business

With an investment of N$93.6 million in a new salt processing plant Walvis Bay Salt Refiners (WBSR) can now target international markets as the company...

Wanted: Business direction

6 months ago - 26 February 2020 | Business

Jo-Maré Duddy – Government policy – or the lack thereof, government regulation, government failure, government’s fiscal position and the recession: Ask the business sector in...

Tweya sticks to explosive comments

6 months ago - 26 February 2020 | Local News

Trade minister Tjekero Tweya yesterday stuck to explosive remarks he made at Walvis Bay on Monday that he has had enough of government's backward policies...

Geingob warned on fishing quotas

6 months ago - 26 February 2020 | Local News

The chairman of the high-level panel on the economy, former Old Mutual honcho Johannes !Gawaxab, has lamented the manner in which fishing quotas are currently...

Land moratorium births slums at...

6 months ago - 26 February 2020 | Local News

Development at Okahandja has been at a standstill for close to five years since a moratorium on land sales was imposed in 2015, which has...

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