The much-anticipated Nedbank Desert Dash will take place in little over two weeks, and Old Mutual Namibia sponsored the first ever all-black team to participate. The team will consist of Vicky Dan, Winnie Mukupuki, Sofia Simon, and Jacky Shipena.
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The mysterious disappearance of football legend - Protasius Tjijeri ‘Metra’ Toromba …security body to enhance financial sector’s cyber maturity Business procedures are a vital component of every implementable business improvement. Without properly organized and documented business procedures and processes, routine organizational tasks like hiring, implementing a new information system, and providing customer service would be a nightmare.
Debmarine-Namdeb open Seabird Emergency Response Units
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How to keep cybercriminals at bay this festive season Police chief Joseph Shikongo has revealed a staggering number of criminal cases reported last year, while issuing a stern warning to officers who are smuggling illegal items, including drugs, into police holding cells. A Windhoek resident, accused of killing her 11-day-old infant and further trying to strangle to death her seven-year-old son, will remain in police custody after her attempt to be released on bail failed.
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Kauejao’s bail attempt fails Namibia’s Diana Andimba is gearing up to walk the runway in the Miss Earth 2022 grand finale and coronation tomorrow in Okada Manila, Philippines. The Embassy of Portugal in Windhoek is inviting one and all to spend a night in Lisbon through a live concert of Fado with Rodrigo Costa Félix and Ana Margarida on 2 December at the National Theatre of Namibia. As part of this year’s 16 Days of Activism, the #BreakFree movement recently selected 15 creatives from seven regions to showcase their talents in an art show to raise awareness on sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV).
Rundu Fashion Show returns for second edition
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Mavutu Conversations - Cryptic pregnancies are real A farmer near Khorixas in the Kunene regions in the Torra conservancy suffered huge losses after a pride of lions broke through his kraal and killed 43 goats on Friday night. Inmate Richard Hange wants his fellow countrymen to learn how to control their anger and not be consumed by jealousy, as these are some of the attributes that led him to kill his girlfriend. Police commanders in the central northern regions have joined forces and stepped up the frequency of their patrols during the festive season.
TIKA supports Swartkops community garden
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Govt angles for new home for fishermen In spite of his great invention that allows people to make phone calls with neither a cellphone SIM card nor airtime, inventor Simon Petrus is still unemployed and bemoans the lack of interest from the government in his creation. Lecturers and students from Unam’s Khomasdal Campus recently visited the Monte Christo Primary Project School to show off the books they created and model the teaching skills they were taught. Having realised the lack of reading material for children who come to the LifeLine/ChildLine Namibia centre for counselling, Unam final-year Social Work student at Denise Brandt took it upon herself to start a kiddies’ corner and library for them.
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