Archive - from 2021 - Namibian Sun

June 2021

344 articles

May 2021

574 articles

April 2021

610 articles

March 2021

645 articles

February 2021

611 articles

January 2021

586 articles

An amazing journey with the...

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | People

Monique AdamsRamsay McDonald completed high school at Kimberley Boys' High in South Africa in 1984. After school he was fortunate to get funded in part...

Capricorn: Covid consumes millions in...

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Business

Jo-Maré Duddy – An increase of more than N$100 million in impairment charges and a N$41-million loss suffered by Cavmont Bank in Zambia shrunk Capricorn...

No gem of a year...

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Business

Jo-Maré Duddy – Covid-19’s “profound impact on global diamond supply and demand” left Nemdeb Holdings with an underlying EBITDA of US$113 million for the 12...

Govt silently files for liquidation

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Transport

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKGovernment on Monday silently filed for the liquidation of beleaguered national airline Air Namibia despite a massive public outcry over the matter.Documents seen by...

Darkness falls on government buildings

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Government

MATHIAS HAUFIKUWINDHOEKAffected ministries:· Safety and security: N$34m· Defence: N$5.2m· Agriculture: N$3.8m· ...

All systems go for three-horse...

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Politics

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKSwapo, the Landless People’s Movement (LPM) and Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) are all bullish ahead of regional and local authority election reruns slated for...

He is moulded by the...

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | People

Michelline NawatisesLeslie Kaxwadi is a computer science graduate from the Namibia University of Science and Technology. He graduated in 2017. As a part of his...

Driven by quality service

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | People

Tunohole Mungoba – OngwedivaBarnabas Shilongo established Shilongo Gravestones and Funeral Services in 2017, but only officially registered his business in 2019.“Shilongo Gravestones and Funeral Services...

South Africa boosts vaccine spending...

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Economics

Olivia Kumwenda-Mtambo and Mfuneko ToyanaSouth Africa could spend up to R 19.3 billion (US$1.33 billion) over the next three years to vaccinate most of its...

Swapo can’t be left alone,...

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Opinion

President Hage Geingob’s assertion that people shouldn’t worry about Swapo’s problems cannot be left unchallenged.The president’s remarks seem to be rooted in misconception that those...

FMD outbreak under control

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Agriculture

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKThe agriculture ministry says the last cases of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in the Northern Communal Areas (NCAs) were detected more than a month ago...

Rising from the ashes like...

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | People

Monique AdamsThe introverted Shipunda, who enjoys watching television, is originally from the North, born and raised by her late grandmother at a village called Okaku...

Reaching for the sky starts...

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | People

Staff reporter“There is no time to be distracted while working on a task. It is important to learn as much and execute more than you...

Namibia’s organic growth looks bleak

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Economics

PHILLEPUS UUSIKUEven before the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, Namibia was already faced with various macro-economic challenges ranging from high unemployment, negative growth rates, inequality...

Elephant sale shrouded in secrecy

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Environment

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKGovernment is refusing to make public the bidding results received for the sale of 170 elephants.The environment ministry said it has received five bids...

Meatco not in a crisis

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Agriculture

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKMeatco CEO Mushokabanji Mwilima has rejected the findings of a report which says the company will face liquidation if it does not cut costs...

GIPF's massive kitty safe from...

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Economics

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKThe Government Institutions Pension Fund says the cash-strapped government is keeping its hands off the over N$120 billion kitty the Fund currently manages.Its CEO,...

A refreshing collaboration

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Art and Entertainment

MICHAEL KAYUNDEWINDHOEKIn an industry filled with egos, it is pleasing to witness a phenomenon where artists are collaborating not just on singles but on full...

Keeping it real

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Art and Entertainment

The pandemic has affected everyone but it has affected those in the art and entertainment space not just financially but mentally too. I have begun...

COMPANY NEWS IN BRIEF

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Business

SA's Woolworths posts jump in half-year profit South African retailer Woolworths Holdings Ltd reported a 58.3% jump in half-year profit yesterday, its first in five...

Lumpy skin outbreak in Omaheke

3 months ago - 26 February 2021 | Agriculture

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKAn outbreak of lumpy skin disease has been reported at the Eiseb settlement in the Otjombinde Constituency of the Omaheke Region.According to the chief...

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