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

Land Rover makes fantasy a...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Motors

Imagine being able to see through the bonnet of your vehicle as you drive so that any obstructions, such as rocks when driving off-road or...

Schools wary of coronavirus

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Education

ILENI NANDJATO ONGWEDIVA Oshana education director Hileni Amukana says there are fears that too much contact between teachers and parents might transmit the...

Contractor refuses to hand over...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Health

Petrus Muronga RUNDU A contractor appointed to construct the Nkurenkuru primary healthcare facility in 2014, which is yet to be completed, has since...

Conservation deal inked

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Agriculture

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEK The Namibia Nature Foundation (NNF) and Namibian Organic Association (NOA) have entered a long-term agreement to promote the conservation of...

Alleged girlfriend killer fights for...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Justice

NAMPA WINDHOEK A man on trial in the Windhoek High Court for allegedly killing his girlfriend, International University of Management student Iyaloo...

Girl repeatedly raped for years

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Crime

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEK Several rapes of minors by adult men, which sometimes stretched over months or years, were reported this past weekend....

Ongwediva residents cautioned against burning...

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Local News

ILENI NANDJATO ONGWEDIVA After 13 incidents of fires this month, the Ongwediva town council has cautioned residents to refrain from burning refuse....

Sport receives welcome boost

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Sports

Limba MupetamiWINDHOEKThe chief administrator of the Namibia Sports Commission, Freddy Mwiya said the increase in budget allocation will greatly benefit the sports ministry, in particular...

'Mayweather's the greatest' – Low-Key

3 months ago - 28 May 2020 | Sports

Jesse Jackson Kauraisa WINDHOEKJeremiah 'Low-Key' Nakathila has named former professional boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr as the greatest of all time.Leaving out the likes of Muhammad...

Remembering Jackson Kaujeua

3 months ago - 27 May 2020 | Art and Entertainment

MICHAEL KAYUNDE WINDHOEKOn 27 May 2010, Namibian music icon Jackson Kaujeua died from kidney failure in the Katutura State Hospital. Not only an artist, Kaujeua...

Covid: Who is going to...

3 months ago - 27 May 2020 | Economics

Jo-Maré DuddyNamibians have a stash of savings invested in non-bank financial institutions, but government can only borrow a portion of that to finance what is...

Health pros: World needs 'green...

3 months ago - 27 May 2020 | Economics

Marlowe Hood - Trillions of dollars, euros and yuan pouring into post-pandemic economies must build a "healthy and green recovery", 200 medical groups representing 40...

Rand climbs to 8-week high...

3 months ago - 27 May 2020 | Economics

JOHANNESBURG - South Africa's rand raced to its highest in more than eight weeks against the US dollar yesterday, as optimism about a global recovery...

WHO warns of 'second peak'

3 months ago - 27 May 2020 | Economics

GENEVA - Countries where coronavirus infections are declining could still face an “immediate second peak” if they let up too soon on measures to...

Quality of quarantine facilities questioned

3 months ago - 27 May 2020 | Health

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKGovernment yesterday blamed miscommunication for some long-distance truck drivers being made to self-isolate in the trailers of their vehicles.This is amidst accusations that increasing...

Pointless releasing Gustavo – State

3 months ago - 27 May 2020 | Justice

JEMIMA BEUKESWINDHOEKThe State yesterday said granting Fishrot accused Ricardo Gustavo, who testified yesterday that he is 'penniless', would only burden his already suffering family.The former...

All eyes on Shiimi

3 months ago - 27 May 2020 | Economics

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKNewly appointed finance minister Iipumbu Shiimi is set to table his maiden budget today, which comes amid the most difficult time in Namibia's democratic...

Navigating our new normal

3 months ago - 27 May 2020 | Business

Janita BreedtThe Covid-19 has created significant personal, economic and social challenges. Wrapping our minds around what is happening is difficult.Having resulted in five million known...

Khomas boozers cough up

3 months ago - 27 May 2020 | Crime

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEK The number of people arrested for violating alcohol restrictions in the Khomas Region has doubled during stage two of the coronavirus lockdown period,...

Quarantine questions arise

3 months ago - 27 May 2020 | Opinion

The stories of truck drivers escaping quarantine facilities have become regular fodder for news headlines these days.At the centre of these claims are allegations that...

Fiscal transparency can improve

3 months ago - 27 May 2020 | Economics

Fiscal transparency is absolutely crucial during times of national emergency as it is more important than ever. – Graham Hopwood, Executive director: IPPRPhillepus Uusiku -...

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