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N$37m in drugs seized last...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Crime

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEK Drugs to the value of more than N$37 million were...

Line drawn between initiation and...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Education

ADAM HARTMAN SWAKOPMUNDCharacter building, discipline and academic performance are considered respectable outcomes of orientation for new school learners, while practices that could...

Vaccine equity a must to...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Economics

Vaccine equity is the best way to get out of the current pandemic phase of the coronavirus epidemic, the world's top public health experts said...

Urban gardening is helping to...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Agriculture

STAFF REPORTERWINDHOEKAuguste Kankondi is an emerging urban farmer in Goreangab in Windhoek, which is one of the communities severely affected by poverty and food insecurity.But...

Crop information sessions

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Agriculture

STAFF REPORTERWINDHOEKThe Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) is inviting all producers and traders of agronomic and horticultural products and all relevant stakeholders to consultative information session...

Agricultural season hinges on good...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Agriculture

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKThe delayed onset of substantial rains and build-up of below-normal soil moisture in many areas in Southern Africa led to very poor conditions for...

COMPANY NEWS IN BRIEF

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Business

ExxonMobil targets 'net zero' emissions ExxonMobil pledged Tuesday to reach "net zero" greenhouse gas emissions in its operations by 2050, but stopped short of extending...

Namibia’s first DC fast charger...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Motors

EVs Namibia CCEVs Namibia CC and the Grove Mall are pioneering the first public DC fast charging station to enhance versatility of the growing Namibian...

In defence of the president...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Opinion

PROFESSOR JOSEPH DIESCHO8. Remember in September 2016 while in Washington trying to woo investors, he told Voice of America that his biggest political influence was...

Comoros break Ghana’s heart

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Sports

NAMPA/AFPFour-time champions Ghana were eliminated from the Africa Cup of Nations causing heart break as the favourites crashed 3-2 to minnows Comoros in Group C...

Tour de Windhoek a cycling...

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Sports

JESSE JACKSON KAURAISAWINDHOEKThe coach of the men's national cycling team, Hans du Toit, says the Tour de Windhoek serves as a competition to give an...

Namibian women lose second match

2 days ago - 20 January 2022 | Sports

LIMBA MUPETAMIWINDHOEKThe national women's hockey team found the going tough in their second match at the Africa Cup of Nations Outdoor Hockey Cup as they...

BoN kicks back on Global...

3 days ago - 19 January 2022 | Economics

PHILLEPUS UUSIKUThe D+ rating that the Bank of Namibia (BoN) governor, Johannes !Gawaxab, received in the Global Finance’s Central Banker Report Cards 2021, appears ‘fundamentally...

Probe blames govt for Agribusdev...

3 days ago - 19 January 2022 | Local News

MATHIAS HAUFIKU WINDHOEKThe agriculture ministry’s decision to appoint its officials to serve on the...

Daisry chooses Hage over scholarship

3 days ago - 19 January 2022 | Local News

OGONE TLHAGE WINDHOEKPresidential advisor for youth matters, Daisry Mathias, has opted to decline a Fulbright scholarship she had been offered, despite being...

Buying, selling a business as...

3 days ago - 19 January 2022 | Business

Audrey van Antwerpen – Many entrepreneurs at one stage or another consider buying or selling a business, especially in these challenging economic times.Where a business...

China cuts rates on policy...

3 days ago - 19 January 2022 | Economics

China’s central bank on Monday unexpectedly cut the borrowing costs of its medium-term loans for the first time since April 2020, while some market analysts...

Uganda hit by fuel shortage...

3 days ago - 19 January 2022 | Economics

Ugandans were struggling Monday with a fuel shortage that has sent prices skyrocketing, as hundreds of trucks remain stuck in huge tailbacks at the border...

EDITORIAL: Watch South Africa closely...

3 days ago - 19 January 2022 | Opinion

South Africa is at a tipping point, something Namibia, as a tiny neighbour, must watch closely. Systemic political corruption in which private interests have significantly...

‘We will die fighting’

3 days ago - 19 January 2022 | Local News

NAMPA WINDHOEKThe Ovaherero Genocide Foundation (OGF) says legitimate Ovaherero and Nama communities who...

Swapo sacrifices social cohesion

3 days ago - 19 January 2022 | Economics

Jo-Maré Duddy – “After three decades in political power, Swapo has wasted social capital and sacrificed the asset of social cohesion for short-term individual gains...

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