Archive - from 2020 - Namibian Sun Pages 1

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

Henry playing waiting game with...

4 months ago - 30 April 2020 | Sports

NAMPA/AFP Thierry Henry is adjusting to life on pause with Montreal Impact as the Major League Soccer (MLS) side awaits the end...

Chaos erupts at Windhoek council...

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Local News

JANA-MARI SMITHWINDHOEKAn explosive City of Windhoek council meeting held this afternoon stagnated for hours over a heated dispute between councillors over the legality of the...

PDM, RDP approach cops over...

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Local News

JANA-MARI SMITH WINDHOEKTwo Windhoek city councillors this morning opened a criminal case against Windhoek mayor Fransina Kahungu and acting city CEO Pahukeni Titus for violating...

Fresh and popping

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Art and Entertainment

MICHAEL KAYUNDE WINDHOEK With the country on lockdown, artists are dropping more music than we know what to do with, and tjil couldn’t let these...

ILO: ‘Ensure workplace is Covid...

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Economics

Geneva - As some countries begin to ease their lockdown restrictions, governments and employers must prepare workplaces and ensure people can return safely to prevent...

Hunger could trigger civil unrest

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Disasters

JANA-MARI SMITHWINDHOEKWith more than a month of economic lockdown Namibia is facing a looming hunger crisis that could spark civil unrest among those stricken with...

Covid-19: 60 000 to be...

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Disasters

JEMIMA BEUKESWINDHOEKHealth minister Kalumbi Shangula believes Namibia is firmly in control of the coronavirus outbreak, with no new cases reported in the last three weeks.Shangula...

Watching a dream fall apart

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Tourism

KENYA KAMBOWERUNDUWith the tourism and hospitality industry having been brought to its knees by the coronavirus pandemic, a Rundu lodge owner shares how the pandemic...

Senegal gets homeless children off...

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Economics

DAKAR - The boys cheer as they play a ball game in the courtyard of a medical centre in Dakar that has become a refuge...

Virus stirs rancour in SA...

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Economics

Tim Cocks - South Africa's divisions over race and wealth inequality, which the Covid-19 crisis had briefly sidelined, returned to the fore on Monday's 26th...

Rein in the borrowing

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Opinion

The subject of Namibia’s public debt – which is soaring like an eagle - hardly finds itself on anyone’s lips. Yet the figures are staggering.At...

Corona Watch

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Economics

EgyptEgyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi yesterday ordered the renewal for three months of a long-running state of emergency, citing health as well as security concerns.Egypt...

Boss comes to the party...

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Disasters

JEMIMA BEUKESWINDHOEKWith the threat of widespread retrenchments looming, some businesses are going the extra mile to make sure their employees and their families are cared...

Wakudumo to advance youth empowerment

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Government

KENYA KAMBOWERUNDUNewly appointed Kavango East regional governor Bonifatius Wakudumo has promised to promote youth empowerment, poverty alleviation and small-scale farming.Wakudumo also promised to ensure that...

GIPF sets aside N$26bn cushion

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Economics

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKThe Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) has put aside close to N$26 billion to ensure that it has adequate resources available to pay out...

More kits, surveillance and case...

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Health

As the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to spread across Africa, countries are ramping up efforts to contain it. World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Director for...

Crop production prospects favourable

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Agriculture

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEK This year's crop harvesting, consisting of mostly maize and millet, is expected to start in May. Production prospects...

Farmworkers abusing income grant -...

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Agriculture

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEK The Namibia Agricultural Union (NAU) says some farmworkers are abusing the emergency income grant made available by government...

Company news in brief

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Business

BP hikes debt, keeps dividendBP's first-quarter profit tumbled by two thirds and its debt climbed to its highest in at least five years as the...

Security forces in hot water

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Crime

JANA-MARI SMITH WINDHOEK Namibia's coronavirus pandemic has unleashed another spate of lawsuits against security forces accused of inhumane treatment and excessive force...

E-learning a massive challenge for...

4 months ago - 29 April 2020 | Education

ILENI NANDJATO OSHAKATI The Tsumeb TOV plans to develop a strategy to assist the town's children with e-learning. The technical director for the...

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