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Councillor worried about drug and...

1 day - 21 January 2022 | Crime

ENZO AMUELEOTJIWARONGOThe constituency councillor of Otjiwarongo, Marlene Mbakera, has expressed concern about drug and alcohol abuse at two primary schools in Otjiwarongo.According to Mbakera learners...

Cabinet to receive report on...

1 day - 21 January 2022 | Health

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKA report on Covid-19 vaccination hesitancy in Namibia will be presented to Cabinet.This report will focus on the findings of focus group discussions held...

Renewable energy is imperative for...

1 day - 21 January 2022 | Business

Staff reporter The United Nations has identified 17 Sustainable Development Goals that we should try to achieve. All are noble, all are essential, but some...

COMPANY NEWS IN BRIEF

1 day - 21 January 2022 | Business

Jewellery helps Richemont sales jumpStrong demand for its jewellery and watches in the Americas and Europe in a post-pandemic rebound helped quarterly sales at Cartier...

NaJah gears up for release...

1 day - 21 January 2022 | Art and Entertainment

MICHAEL KAYUNDE WINDHOEK...

Mare on Miss World, America...

1 day - 21 January 2022 | Art and Entertainment

STAFF REPORTER WINDHOEK After the postponement of the Miss World pageant, which was scheduled to take place in Puerto Rico in...

Keeping it real

1 day - 21 January 2022 | Art and Entertainment

Namibia’s entertainment industry is still very much in its infant stages. This reality makes it hard for creatives to thrive within different avenues of the...

The New Range Rover

1 day - 21 January 2022 | Economics

The New Range Rover makes every journey an occasion, combining advanced technology with modern luxury to deliver peerless refinement in any environment and for every...

Reflecting on reflections

1 day - 21 January 2022 | Opinion

ALEXACTUS T. KAUREThis piece was prompted by a number of news articles and reflective pieces that appeared mainly in the last edition of The Namibian...

Man Utd back on track

1 day - 21 January 2022 | Sports

NAMPA/AFPRalf Rangnick defended Cristiano Ronaldo after the Manchester United star's petulant reaction to his substitution cast a shadow over their 3-1 win at Brentford on...

Golden girls are in town...

1 day - 21 January 2022 | Sports

JESSE JACKSON KAURAISAWINDHOEK Chritsine Mboma and Beatrice Masilingi’s coach, Henk Botha, is inviting Namibians to go and watch the Olympic stars and other athletes in...

Bond yields in Namibia expected...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Economics

PHILLEPUS UUSIKU Bond yields in Namibia are expected to rise in 2022, more for the medium to long end of the yield curve, as foreign...

Unvaccinated employees must test weekly,...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Health

OGONE TLHAGE WINDHOEK The National Petroleum Corporation (Namcor) has effected its vaccination policy, having asked unvaccinated employees to present negative Covid-19 results...

Nam restricted from Dubai Expo...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Tourism

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEKWith residents from southern African countries banned from entering the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Namibia’s participation in the Dubai World...

Hinda sues Amupanda for N$1m...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Local News

MATHIAS HAUFIKU WINDHOEKDeputy finance minister Maureen Hinda is suing Affirmative Repositioning (AR) leader Job...

World's richest people to fund...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Economics

A wealth tax on the world's richest people could raise at least US$2.52 trillion per year, enough to fund Covid vaccines for everyone and lift...

UK inflation rises to highest...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Economics

DAVID MILLIKEN AND ANDY BRUCEBritish consumer price inflation rose more than expected to 5.4% in December, its highest in almost 30 years, official data showed...

EDITORIAL: The unvaccinated can’t have...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Opinion

We have said before that, as a principle, we do not subscribe to the principle of forced vaccinations. We are clear in our position that...

City cries for help over...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Local News

OGONE TLHAGE WINDHOEK Ivan Skrywer, a Landless People’s Movement (LPM) councillor for the City...

Oil demand to remain robust...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Economics

Global demand for oil is expected to remain "robust" in 2022 and overcome short-term disruption caused by the Omicron coronavirus variant, the Organization of Petroleum...

World tourism to remain gloomy...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Economics

PHILLEPUS UUSIKUThe world tourism industry barely improved last year compared to 2020, with all indicators staying way below pre-pandemic levels and industry professionals not expecting...

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