Archive - from 2021 - Namibian Sun

January 2021

366 articles

Trustco scrambles to meet JSE...

10 hours ago | Business

PHILLEPUS UUSIKUTrustco Holdings Limited is scrambling to finalize and submit its financials as a Johannesburg Stock Exchange’s deadline, less than two weeks away, looms. JSE...

New vehicle sales moving in...

10 hours ago | Business

PHILLEPUS UUSIKUVehicle sales contracted by 2.0% year-on-year in December 2020, compared to a contraction of 2.2% year-on-year in December 2019, with 714 units sold in...

Nekongo breaks silence on Fishrot...

10 hours ago | Crime

STAFF REPORTERWINDHOEKSwapo Party Youth League (SPYL) secretary Ephraim Nekongo yesterday said he did not know that the N$65 000 allegedly deposited into his personal account...

15 350 pupils ‘lost in...

10 hours ago | Education

ESTER KAMATIOTJIWARONGOWith the ministry of education taking a blended approach through online efforts and remote teaching and learning, about 15 350 learners did not return...

Shangula looking beyond Covax for...

10 hours ago | Health

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKNamibia is looking beyond the Covax facility to procure additional stock of Covid-19 vaccine, health minister Kalumbi Shangula has said.The Covax facility, an initiative...

Namibia more of a consumer...

10 hours ago | Economics

PHILLEPUS UUSIKUNamibia recorded a trade deficit to the tune of N$1.4 billion in November 2020. The recent figure shows that the deficit improved by...

Going back to the original...

10 hours ago | Opinion

It's not too late to salvage Namibia from the jaws of predatory tendencies threatening our existence as a nation.Think of the ideal Namibia we had...

Groundwater threatened by drilling

10 hours ago | Environment

FRANK STEFFENWINDHOEKIn 2011, a hydrological study dating back to 2001 was republished.Together with the Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR in Hanover, Germany),...

Ivory Coast rains support abundant...

10 hours ago | Economics

Above average light rains mixed with spells of sunshine last week in most of Ivory Coast's cocoa regions provided the right growing conditions for the...

Goodbye Trump, hello Joe Biden

10 hours ago | International

MATHIAS HAUFIKUWINDHOEKThe United States of America, one of the oldest democracies in the world, will today welcome Joe Biden as its 46th president at a...

Jobless teachers protest over ­recruitment...

10 hours ago | Labour

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKUnemployed teachers will embark on a national demonstration on Thursday to protest against the education ministry's recruitment procedures.The United Unemployment Teachers Movement (UUTM) will...

Fishrot persons will be safe...

10 hours ago | Justice

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKPersons of interest in the Fishrot corruption scandal are encouraged to approach the Namibian police if they feel that their lives may be under...

Make use of rains through...

10 hours ago | Agriculture

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEKFarmers should take advantage of the good rains and make optimal use...

Potable water for Farm Uitsig...

10 hours ago | Environment

NAMPA WINDHOEKThe community of Farm Uitsig Post-3 in the Sorris-Sorris communal conservancy area recently received a dam for potable water after the...

Pig farming holds great potential

10 hours ago | Agriculture

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEKPig farming presents an opportunity with great potential when looking for new business ventures in the agriculture sector.Agribank’s technical advisor...

COMPANY NEWS IN BRIEF

10 hours ago | Business

Amazon to open two new hubs in Italy Amazon will open two new logistics centres in Italy this year, investing over 230 million euros (US$278...

APP drags ECN to court...

10 hours ago | Politics

Kenya Kambowe RUNDU The All Peoples Party (APP) is dragging the Electoral Commission...

More trade with Indonesia encouraged

10 hours ago | Local News

OGONE TLHAGE WINDHOEKIndonesia says it is open to the idea of more trade with Namibia, adding that it will be beneficial to...

Heavy rains expected till March

10 hours ago | Weather

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEKRecord amounts of rainfall have been recorded within the first two weeks of January in Namibia, and the country...

Shoprite and its war on...

10 hours ago | Opinion

Herbert Jauch The ongoing strike at Shoprite and its subsidiary companies Checkers and U-Save in Namibia has exposed the uncontrolled rule of...

Clash of moods

10 hours ago | Sports

NAMPA/AFP Andrea Pirlo seeks to ease fears his Juventus lack the killer...

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