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

Bryant's hall of fame induction...

3 months ago - 29 May 2020 | Sports

NAMPA/AFP The late Kobe Bryant's induction into America's basketball hall of fame has been postponed to 2021, US media reported on Wednesday.Bryant, who died along...

Bank Windhoek donates 500 reagent...

3 months ago - 29 May 2020 | Health

Bank Windhoek donated 500 reagent testing kits and nasopharyngeal swab collection kits to the Namibian government on Wednesday, 19 May 2020. The kits, which were...

The power of perspective

3 months ago - 29 May 2020 | People

Mariselle Stofberg Lorelle Viljoen is the Culture Lead at the Capricorn Group. She is a compassionate, determined and motivated woman who enjoys inspiring others...

Shalulile's N$30m price tag

3 months ago - 29 May 2020 | Sports

LIMBA MUPETAMI WINDHOEK Namibia's talisman Peter Shalulile's excellent form has earned him a N$30 million price tag. The Namibian, who...

Benjamin keen to see old-guard...

3 months ago - 29 May 2020 | Sports

LIMBA MUPETAMI WINDHOEKBrave Warriors great Collin Benjamin said the plan by Fifa to host...

Company news in brief

3 months ago - 29 May 2020 | Business

‘SAA can still be saved with funding’South African Airways (SAA) can still be saved if it gets the necessary funding, the state-owned airline's administrators said,...

No money to pay green...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Economics

The managing director of the Agricultural Business Development Agency (AgriBusDev), Petrus Uugwanga, says the agency does not have enough money to pay the outstanding salaries...

Price monster remains meek in...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Economics

The fallout from the coronavirus has had a large disinflationary effect on prices in April due to the large demand shock and plunge in oil...

Govt debt rises to N$117bn

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Economics

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKFinance minister Ipumbu Shiimi has tabled a N$64.3 billion budget, with a whopping extra N$8.4 billion, or 16.4% of revenue, earmarked for the payment...

Latest Covid-19 case exposes Walvis...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Health

JEMIMA BEUKESWINDHOEK A series of blunders led to 63-year-old Walvis Bay fisherman, the country's latest coronavirus patient, visiting doctors and pharmacies for about two...

EU unveils unprecedented recovery plan

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Economics

Alex Pigman - European Union chief Ursula von der Leyen yesterday proposed a 750-billion-euro post-virus recovery fund for Europe, but will have to win over...

Sin taxes increase amid booze...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Economics

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKDespite the ban on alcohol imposed to contain the spread of the coronavirus, sin taxes will increase for the current financial year, finance minister...

Swallowing the volunteerism pill

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Opinion

With thousands of Namibian graduates twiddling their thumbs at home, along with hordes of other youth who are bent low by a 46% unemployment rate,...

Zim gold miners get more...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Business

Zimbabwe will increase the proportion of US dollars gold miners can keep from their sales, the central bank's bullion-buying arm said yesterday, yielding to pressure...

Covid widows lose their husbands,...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Economics

Widows across the globe are being evicted, forced to give up property or to marry male relatives after their husbands die from the new coronavirus,...

'Don't let patent rows hamper...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Economics

The UN patent agency has hailed the push to create a coronavirus vaccine and make it globally available, but warned against allowing copyright rows to...

Family reports man

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Health

Kenya Kambowe RUNDUA Namibian man from Mbambi village in Kavango West is...

Rainfall season ends with decreased...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Weather

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEK The month of April experienced a general decrease in showers, as the 2019/20 rainfall season came to an end....

Truck ports not for quarantine...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Health

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEK Health minister Dr Kalumbi Shangula has made it clear that transport companies are not allowed to quarantine their drivers...

W. African food trade strains...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Economics

In ordinary times, it takes Boureima Diawara two or three days to truck his mangoes the 1 200 km from southern Mali to Senegal's seaside...

Company news in brief

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Business

Woolworths’ coronavirus hit deepensSouth African retailer Woolworths yesterday scrapped its 2020 dividend and left a question mark over future payouts, with difficult trading conditions created...

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