Youth

Mukendwa rejects NYS offer

1 week ago - 10 January 2020 | Youth

The search for a suitable candidate to head the National Youth Service (NYS) continues after Joseph Mukendwa turned down an offer, while other candidates were deemed unqualified for the job.Namibia Student Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF)...

Namibian youth exercise their democratic right

1 month - 03 December 2019 | Youth

TUNOHOLE MUNGOBA Among the 1 358 468 registered voters, there are 403 106 born-frees (those born from 1990 onwards) and 8 623 millennials (born from 2000 onwards) according to statistics provided by the Electoral Commission...

Jingle bells of hope

1 month - 03 December 2019 | Youth

Justicia Shipena Founded in 2007 with six children, the village is a long-term placement facility that has the stamp of approval of the child ministry. The event was aimed at highlighting the plight of...

Jingle bells of hope

1 month - 03 December 2019 | Youth

ith six children, the village is a long-term placement facility that has the stamp of approval of the child ministry. The event was aimed at highlighting the plight of less-privileged children as well as getting...

NamSTEM is going places

1 month - 03 December 2019 | Youth

Leandrea Louw The learners are Lauryn Maanda, Reginelda Stefanus, Penny Kashidukila and Naftali Shinyama (from De Duine Secondary School), Josephine Amavila, Jasmine Sitzer, Blommie Awases and Killian Beukes (from Duneside High School), Elizabeth Kashimbode (from...

Superb in the Zone!

1 month - 26 November 2019 | Youth

Namibia Media Holdings held its year end function last Friday at the Independence Memorial Museum restaurant under the theme ‘celebrating 30 years of democracy’. The...

Geingob reaches out to youth

1 month - 26 November 2019 | Youth

Ester KamatiThe state of hospitals, corruption and opportunities for young people were among the queries handled by President Hage Geingob when he engaged the youth...

Reusable pads for Mariental girls

1 month - 26 November 2019 | Youth

Tunohole MungobaMaterial valued at N$9 000 has been acquired for the production of reusable sanitary pads Mariental High School girls. According to Donna Gamatham, the...

Spreading a Christmas cheer

1 month - 26 November 2019 | Youth

Leandrea Louw The staff and partners of Financial Consulting Services (FCS) in Walvis Bay and Swakopmund gave the pre-primary learners of Hanganeni Primary School in...

More hope for deaf children

2 months ago - 12 November 2019 | Youth

In its 30th anniversary year, the Association for Children with Language, Speech and Hearing Impairments of Namibia (CLaSH) completed a new building on the premises...

Fairy godmother waves her wand

2 months ago - 12 November 2019 | Youth

Ester KamatiMatric farewell is one night that leaves lasting memories and is a much-anticipated event for most learners. After having worked on matric farewells for...

Serving the community

2 months ago - 12 November 2019 | Youth

In most parts of Namibia, young people who aren’t pursuing studies are wandering the streets in search of jobs. In such cases, vocational skills come...

Youth

A beacon of hope

2 months ago - 05 November 2019 | Youth

Justicia Shipena Due to lack of work experience, many young people struggle to enter the labour market, hence the Namibia University of Science...

Regstelling

2 months ago - 05 November 2019 | Youth

Op 28 Oktober 2019 het The Zone in die berig “Terug na die begin” verkeerdelik berig Mej. Namibië het besoek by Hoërskool Delta afgelê, pleks...

Hupstoot vir navorsing oor kleinste...

2 months ago - 05 November 2019 | Youth

Justicia ShipenaAus Motors het op 31 Oktober 'n voertuig ter waarde van N$260 000 aan die Namibië Universiteit vir Wetenskap en Tegnologie (Nust) in Windhoek...

Learners awarded for academic excellence...

2 months ago - 05 November 2019 | Youth

Leandrea Louw The next awards ceremony was slated for yesterday, where all outstanding arts learners were awarded. Half honorary colours were awarded to...

Learning made fun

2 months ago - 05 November 2019 | Youth

Pre-primary learners at Narraville Primary School in Walvis Bay visited the Namibian Pie Company last week. The company produces about 7 000 pies a...

Pupkewitz Foundation invests in education

2 months ago - 29 October 2019 | Youth

The Pupkewitz Foundation handed over a block of five new classrooms worth N$1.550 million to the Etoshapoort Junior Secondary School in Outjo last Thursday.The five...

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