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June 2020

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March 2020

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February 2020

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January 2020

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Oshipotha shedhipago tali tamanekelwa AaChina...

2 months ago - 30 June 2020 | Local News

KENYA KAMBOWE RUNDU Aachina yaali Xuefeng Chen (30) oshowo Zhenhai Zhou (32), mboka taya tamanekelwa moshipotha shedhipago lyomuniilonga momukunda Andara moshitopolwa...

'The Lion' remains caged

2 months ago - 30 June 2020 | Sports

Jesse Jackson KauraisaWINDHOEKMTC Nestor Sunshine Promotions prospect Emmanuel 'The Lion' Mungandjela has been left heartbroken after missing out an opportunity of a lifetime due to...

Top horses triumph in Epukiro

2 months ago - 30 June 2020 | Sports

NAMPA Race horses Freedom Fighter and Starlile won the main races at a preparatory competition held at Okovimburu Turf last Saturday ahead of bigger events.About...

Fresh and Popping - June...

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Art and Entertainment

Windhoek • [email protected] the setbacks musicians have been facing due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Namibian music industry has recorded numerous wins this month.Lioness’ music...

Sha Sha, Burna Boy celebrated...

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Art and Entertainment

IOL ENTERTAINMENT Sha Sha and Burna Boy are the toast of Africa following their wins at this year's BET Awards. The Zimbabwean songstress and amapiano...

Namibian electricity producer price down...

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Business

Namibia's electricity producer price drastically went down by 23.9 percent in the first quarter of this year compared to a 2.9 percent shrink in the...

Namibia needs to upscale local...

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Business

Namibia needs to upscale its local food production, minister of industrialization and trade Lucia Iipumbu said Thursday.Iipumbu made these remarks at the Namibia Chamber of...

Corona peak 'still coming'

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Health

JEMIMA BEUKES AND ADOLF KAURE WINDHOEK/WALVIS BAYWith the country's Covid-19 cases reaching 150 yesterday morning, there were 105 confirmed cases in the Erongo Region, of...

Two cows or N$4 000...

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Local News

Kenya KamboweMUPINIEleven youth from Mupini village in Kavango West were this past Friday fined two cows or N$4 000 each by the Mbunza Traditional Authority...

Govt spends N$127m a year...

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Education

Kenya KamboweRUNDUWhile most private schools rely on tuition fees to pay staff salaries, church schools are subsidised by the state and drain government coffers of...

Covid-19 impact on VAT system

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Business

The financial support measures implemented to assist the vulnerable, businesses to alleviate the impact on the economy, enforcing travel bans, both internationally and locally, emphasising...

Walvis residents urged to cooperate

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Local News

Adolf KaureSWAKOPMUNDErongo governor Neville Andre says the manner in which Walvis Bay residents have responded to the active case identification exercise, rolled out at the...

Open-minded debate needed

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Opinion

The abortion debate is filled with emotion, often revolving around moral, legal and religious arguments.The sides involved are the self-described “pro-choice” and “pro-life” movements. Pro-choice...

Namport donates mobile office to...

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Business

The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) through its Social Investment Fund donated a mobile office to the security cluster in the Erongo Region for the Walvis...

Customs in bid to outwit...

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Ministries

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKThe directorate of customs in the finance ministry is making attempts to outwit clearing agents who avoid paying import duties by using product codes...

Anti-trafficking work pays off

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Local News

JANA-MARI SMITHWINDHOEKThe Namibian government's commitment to address labour and sex slavery and support victims of human trafficking has earned it a top ranking in the...

US oil prices advance on...

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Business

By Aaron Sheldrick and Sonali PaulOil prices rose, extending gains on optimism about a recovery in fuel demand worldwide, despite a surge in coronavirus infections...

Geingob receives wildlife postcards

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Environment

STAFF REPORTERWINDHOEK The Legal Assistance Centre (LAC) last week handed over 160 postcards written by learners from the Zambezi and Khomas regions to President Hage...

Mpungu's woes continue

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Local News

KENYA KAMBOWEMPUNGU Only 50% villages in Kavango West's Mpungu constituency have access to clean drinking water.This was admitted by Mpungu constituency councillor Kandjimi Shiudifonya...

Defence pays N$300k to ghost...

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Ministries

NAMPAWINDHOEKThe defence ministry spent N$303 391 on a non-existing attaché purportedly posted to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), auditor-general (AG) Junias Kandjeke has found.This...

Company news in brief

2 months ago - 29 June 2020 | Business

American Airlines needs more workersAmerican Airlines Group Inc expects to have between 10% and 20% more workers than needed in July 2021, chief executive Doug...

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