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Sheka Shone – bringing new...

20 hours ago | Art and Entertainment

MICHAEL KAYUNDE WINDHOEK Sheka Shone recently released visuals to his latest single, How Could She, shot by Black Cat Films. Primarily a dancehall artist,...

Keeping it real

20 hours ago | Art and Entertainment

This weekend is a busy one on the Namibian entertainment calendar with the fourth Simply You Magazine Lifestyle and Fashion Awards slated for tomorrow in...

Sam’s journey to Namibia’s heart

20 hours ago | Opinion

Brian Gonteb and Usko Shivute Namibia; who is she, who is this girl… no, not a girl any more, she has come of...

Bale 'close' to Tottenham return,...

20 hours ago | Sports

Nampa/AFP Wales international Gareth Bale has been frozen out by Real manager Zinedine Zidane and said earlier this month he was open to returning...

400m is where I belong...

20 hours ago | Sports

Nampa/ANA Wayde van Niekerk worked his way through the field in the last 100m to take victory by a clear margin in...

Wangu Gome still rues Europa...

20 hours ago | Sports

Jesse Jackson Kauraisa WINDHOEK Namibian midfield sensation and Alashkert player Wangu Gome has described his first Europa League match as “one...

Capricorn’s profit contracts by 15.6%

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Business

Jo-Maré Duddy - The operating profits of Capricorn Group – a locally-listed financial services group with diversified operations and business interests in Namibia, Botswana and...

Ohorongo and Support e.V. not...

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Health

While the Covid-19 virus caused turmoil all over the world, Ohorongo’s partner in health, Support e.V. Ulm did not let the pandemic deter it from...

The power of books

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Education

The Readathon is a week-long program of reading activities, organised by the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture, through the Directorate Namibia Library and Archives...

Oryx suffers loss in 2020...

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Business

Jo-Maré Duddy – Locally-listed Oryx Properties reported a loss of more than N$88 million for its financial year ended 30 June 2020, compared to a...

Beverages industry punch drunk

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Business

Jo-Maré Duddy – With Covid-19 measures ravaging production and export earnings of the entire beverages industry in the country, investors should expect no fizz in...

Indiscriminate Covid-19 robs Namibia

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Health

JEMIMA BEUKESWINDHOEKAs the Covid-19 pandemic is ripping through the country, it has swept through all classes of society, claiming the lives of eminent persons and...

Robbers rape girl while mother...

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Crime

DENVER KISTINGWINDHOEKThe Namibian police are in pursuit of two unidentified men who raped a 12-year-old girl in front of her mother and eight-year-old sister on...

'Worried' Swapo says Zimbabwe can...

1 day - 17 September 2020 | International

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKSwapo says it is 'worried' about the deteriorating human rights situation in Zimbabwe, punctuated by an increasing crackdown on protests and arrests of journalists,...

Government support business sector

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Economics

Government has paid out N$ 3.8 billion for outstanding invoices and value-added tax in support of the business sector including small and medium enterprises (SMEs)...

Whk informal settlements don’t have...

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Economics

Windhoek mayor Fransina Kahungu said unplanned informal settlements in Windhoek will be declared reception areas that will be decongested in order to reduce the spread...

Indigenisation Bill is investor friendly

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Politics

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKThe Affirmative Repositioning movement, which has submitted the Indigenisation Bill to National Assembly Speaker Peter Katjavivi, says the bill is in no way a...

Open up the country, now

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Opinion

Today at 15:00 President Hage Geingob is expected to give direction on the way forward regarding the state of emergency in general and the lockdown...

Government sees Covid silver lining

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Health

JEMIMA BEUKESWINDHOEKNamibia's post-Covid-19 health system is likely to set the country on track towards a universal healthcare system, given the generous investments during the pandemic...

Government to send toiletries to...

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Education

JEMIMA BEUKESWINDHOEKThe health ministry has announced that parcels containing toiletries for medical students in Cuba will be sent from Namibia tomorrow.In a statement issued yesterday,...

Namibia's investment risk increases -...

1 day - 17 September 2020 | Economics

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKThe risk of investing in Namibia has been increasing, while rewards have been declining, according to a new investment report. The coronavirus pandemic...

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