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Geingob: Numerous benefits in powering Impalila Island

Geingob: Numerous benefits in powering Impalila Island

2021-11-26Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
For many years, residents of Impalila Island were facing various challenges like...
No criminal case against BDF members …Nchindos killed by on-duty officers

No criminal case against BDF members …Nchindos killed by on-duty officers

2021-11-26Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
The ongoing trial into the killing of three Nchindo brothers and their Zambian c...
Fishrot trial could only take a year - Lutibezi

Fishrot trial could only take a year - Lutibezi

2021-11-26Roland Routh
Deputy prosecutor general Cliff Lutibezi has dismissed the claim of Trevor Brock...
Former paramedic guilty of ex-girlfriend’s murder

Former paramedic guilty of ex-girlfriend’s murder

2021-11-26Maria Amakali
The Windhoek High Court found that a former military paramedic, who was on trial...
Covid not a seasonal virus - Shangula

Covid not a seasonal virus - Shangula

2021-11-26Paheja Siririka
Because Covid-19 symptoms are similar to that of flu, many believe it spreads fa...

Sports
Eagles have claws out for Oman and UAE

Eagles have claws out for Oman and UAE

Eagles head coach Pierre de Bruyn is brimming with confidence that his charges will be more than ready to go toe-to-toe with Oman and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) when the much-anticipated Castle Lite Series gets underway today in the capital.
Furious Coleman spits venom at NFA bosses…Gladiators still unpaid

Furious Coleman spits venom at NFA bosses…Gladiators still unpaid

Events at the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Football House in Katutura are on the brink of resembling those of a haunted house, as the association’s leadership is currently embroiled in a fresh dispute with the Brave Gladiators over unpaid wages.
RIP Carlos de Gouveia 1953-2021

RIP Carlos de Gouveia 1953-2021

Unlike many of his peers who confined themselves to the playing field, former Sparta football club’s flying winger-cum-midfielder Carlos de Gouveia was a jack of all trades and master of all. 

Tsjaka to host MTC Summer Cup next month

Awillo, Dynamos cross swords over unpaid monies

Personality of the week - CJ Kotze: Talks coaching career, rugby in Africa and more…

Business
Kenya Airways and SAA to partner on pan-African airline

Kenya Airways and SAA to partner on pan-African airline

Kenya’s national carrier, Kenya Airways, signed a strategic partnership framework this week with South African Airways (SAA), which has been hailed as a key milestone towards co-starting a Pan African Airline Group by 2023. 
Chinese grants total some N$3 billion…another N$936 million yet to be earmarked to projects

Chinese grants total some N$3 billion…another N$936 million yet to be earmarked to projects

Since the Johannesburg Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in 2015, China has completed nearly 20 grant projects in Namibia, valued at approximately N$3 billion.
FirstRand launches FirstJob Internship Programme

FirstRand launches FirstJob Internship Programme

FirstRand Namibia has launched the FirstJob Internship Programme in line with the leading financial services group’s purpose and broader Namibian talent development drive, and especially towards starting to address the cries of the many Namibian graduates without work and professional mentorship.

Unreliable data challenges 4IR task force

Fisheries ministry needs drone cost analysis

LPM accusations appal RA

Courts & Crime
Former paramedic guilty of ex-girlfriend’s murder

Former paramedic guilty of ex-girlfriend’s murder

The Windhoek High Court found that a former military paramedic, who was on trial for gunning down his ex-girlfriend and mother of his child, was guilty of murder with direct intent to kill. 
B1 City trial to resume next year

B1 City trial to resume next year

The fraud and corruption trial of former head of the Roads Contractor Company (RCC), Kelly Nghixulifwa and two of his business associates Anna Ndoroma and Hafeni Nginamwaami, is scheduled to resume on 30 March next year with a status hearing. 
Rape convict fights for his docket

Rape convict fights for his docket

A resident of Otavi who is serving a prison term of 60 years for gang-raping a woman more than a decade ago, wants his police docket.

Treason accused says he was harassed

Father allegedly rapes daughter 

Investigations into court burglary finalised

Entertainment
Industry Loop - YouTube Radio Stations

Industry Loop - YouTube Radio Stations

For some time now, some radio stations have been guilty of playing music directly from YouTube. I know, I know, the ordinary listener honestly couldn’t give a rat’s a** about where the music is coming from as long as they hear their favourites. I know, but as a responsible broadcasting entity, one would think ethical output is top of the agenda.
VM6 presents Christmas concert in Walvis Bay

VM6 presents Christmas concert in Walvis Bay

Renowned Namibian acapella group VM6 will be serenading the Walvis Bay community in a Christmas-themed concert on 11 December.
My makeup business is my mom and dad

My makeup business is my mom and dad

Ndapewa Laina Lukas started her makeup business with difficulty, buying one product at a time until she had all she needed to open Beauty by Laina.

My makeup business is my mom and dad

Mental health conversations - ADHD and Conduct Disorder: commonly diagnosed disorders among children

Namibia Pride Week starts Saturday

National
Opinion - The major tools of leadership

Opinion - The major tools of leadership

This is the second instalment on a series of articles on ‘The Major Tools of Leadership’. This week’s article focuses on “leaders encouraging others”. 
Opinion - Watershedding quality of research in local universities

Opinion - Watershedding quality of research in local universities

One major reason for the young Namibians to venture into the unknown world and jungle to wage the war of liberation was the need to overhaul Bantu Education.
Opinion - Students ombuds, an overdue intervention

Opinion - Students ombuds, an overdue intervention

On 16 October 2015, the former University of Cape Town Ombud, wrote in the Mail and Guardian “Every varsity should have an Ombud”.

Opinion - Namibia can stimulate economic growth and employment by 2022

Opinion - The agony of unemployed graduates 

Opinion - Shades and scars of legalising gay marriages (part 1)

Youth
Stop hiding children with disabilities

Stop hiding children with disabilities

Namibia is addressing the needs of vulnerable communities and persons with disabilities, but something is missing, says member of the Children’s Parliament Rivaldo Kavanga.
Dispatched thoughts - Recognising our heroes and heroines

Dispatched thoughts - Recognising our heroes and heroines

I personally believe everyone who does great and impactful work should get credit for it, because they truly deserve it. It takes a lot to do something that will have an impact on others’ lives or thinking. To me, that’s the noblest work there is.
IUM students take on depression fight

IUM students take on depression fight

Due to an increase in suicides among the youth, two International University of Management (IUM) students have started assisting fellow youth who are struggling with academic and social issues.

#Bring-a-buddy-to-parly a success

NBS ends third  in NSX challenge

Amplifying voices of African youth

 

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