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Trophy hunting tender an old...

10 months ago - 14 January 2021 | Tourism

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKA tender for trophy hunting that was advertised in December involves old concessions already awarded through an auction in 2018.This is according to the...

COMPANY NEWS IN BRIEF

10 months ago - 14 January 2021 | Business

Walmart suspends contributions to USWalmart Inc, the world's biggest retailer, joined other major companies in indefinitely suspending donations to US lawmakers who voted against President-elect...

Chinese mine still won't pay...

10 months ago - 14 January 2021 | Local News

JEMIMA BEUKESWINDHOEKThe Rehoboth town council has been instructed to assess the value of the Chinese African Huaxia Group in a renewed bid to recoup outstanding...

Omudhimba gwokanona mokapakete gwa yelithwa

10 months ago - 14 January 2021 | Local News

TUYEIMO HAIDULAOSHIKUKU Omulumenu ngoka a monika mokavidio a humbata okapakete mu na omudhimba gwohanana yamumwayina ndjoka ya valwa ya hulitha, momawendo moshipangelo shaOshikuku Roman Catholic...

Liverpool clash comes at perfect...

10 months ago - 14 January 2021 | Sports

NAMPA/AFPManchester United's Paul Pogba's deflected strike earned the club a hard-fought 1-0 win at Burnley on Tuesday to move three points of clear of Liverpool,...

A year of extra financial...

10 months ago - 14 January 2021 | Sports

JESSE JACKSON KAURAISAWINDHOEKNamibia's sport fraternity now needs the corporate sector's support more than ever before, says Namibia Sport Commission (NSC) chief administrator Freddy Mwiya.Sport codes...

Sport to go ahead without...

10 months ago - 14 January 2021 | Sports

LIMBA MUPETAMIWINDHOEKYesterday's address by health minister Kalumbi Shangula stated that sport events can continue, but without spectators.This announcement eased the fears of local sports federations...

Prime-Rose – the rookie on...

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Art and Entertainment

MICHAEL KAYUNDEWINDHOEK With her first single, Never Lose, gaining momentum online, allow us to introduce you to the next lady of house and R&B, 17-year-old...

Weed control an integral aspect...

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Economics

HANKS SAISAICrop production is a form of primary agriculture that provides many Namibian households with staple food. In most rural areas of Northern and North-Eastern...

IMF board approves US$487.5 mln...

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Economics

DAVID LAWDERThe International Monetary Fund said on Monday its executive board approved a disbursement to Angola of about $487.5 million after completing a fourth review...

Baby’s body in box explained

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Local News

TUYEIMO HAIDULA OSHIKUKU The man who appeared in a video holding a box...

Swapo enters Cheetah Cement fray

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Labour

OGONE TLHAGE WINDHOEKSwapo’s Otjiwarongo branch has entered a labour dispute involving Cheetah Cement and its employees after calling for a meeting to...

SME Bank inquiry eyes more...

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Local News

OGONE TLHAGE WINDHOEKMore individuals linked to the SME Bank looting scheme are expected to be summoned to testify in front of an...

Seychelles began vaccinating its population...

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Economics

The Indian Ocean archipelago of the Seychelles began vaccinating its population against the coronavirus on Sunday, the first African nation to do so.The country's president,...

Virus hits South Africa border...

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Economics

SOFIA CHRISTENSENZimbabwean truck driver Wallace Muzondiwa queued four days in his vehicle to enter neighbouring South Africa after thousands of people rushed to the border...

Youth proving they are not...

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Opinion

In 2018, Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari – under pressure from the country’s fed-up youth – signed the ‘Not Too Young to Run’ bill into a...

AU passport to be rolled...

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Africa

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEKThe African Union (AU) passport is set to be rolled out fully...

Zimbabwe gold deliveries tumble in...

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Economics

Gold sales to Zimbabwe's sole buyer and exporter of bullion Fidelity Printers and Refiners (FPR) fell by 31% to 19 tonnes last year after lower...

UK consumer spending slides in...

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Business

ANDY BRUCEBritish consumer spending fell in December at the fastest rate in six months, with pubs and restaurants especially hard hit by a resurgence of...

Moller out on N$15 000...

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Justice

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEKDavid ‘Dawie’ Moller, the managing director of D&M Rail Construction, a company co-owned by Fishrot accused James Haituikulipi, was released...

1 200 frontline workers battle...

10 months ago - 13 January 2021 | Health

STAFF REPORTER WINDHOEKAs healthcare workers continue to bear the brunt of Covid-19, the health...

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