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NNFU: Don’t slaughter Meatco yet

NNFU: Don’t slaughter Meatco yet

2023-02-03Edward Mumbuu
It is an open secret that Meatco finds itself between a rock and a hard place, g...
Govt repackages Covid loan scheme…only 1.3% of N$500 million utilised

Govt repackages Covid loan scheme…only 1.3% of N$500 million utilised

2023-02-03Maihapa Ndjavera
In November 2020, the Bank of Namibia launched a Covid-19 SME Loan Scheme with N...
Suspicious unmanned drone confiscated at Lüderitz 

Suspicious unmanned drone confiscated at Lüderitz 

2023-02-03Albertina Nakale
The Namibia Defence Force yesterday confirmed they confiscated a sophisticated s...
MTC charged up for Aweh court clash

MTC charged up for Aweh court clash

2023-02-03Roland Routh
A Namibian man, who claims to be the inventor of MTC’s multiple Aweh concept, is...
Lack of data blamed for school challenges

Lack of data blamed for school challenges

2023-02-03John Muyamba
Rundu Rural constituency councillor Paulus Mbangu has said Kavango East, specifi...

Sports
Opportunity to bounce back – Jacobs …exciting league fixtures this weekend

Opportunity to bounce back – Jacobs …exciting league fixtures this weekend

Dolam-based outfit Orlando Pirates gaffer Woody Jacobs has said last weekend’s back-to-back defeats are now water under the bridge, as they are determined to redeem themselves with possible away victories against Julinho Sporting and Life Fighters this weekend. 
Namibia in tough World Cup clashes this weekend

Namibia in tough World Cup clashes this weekend

Namibia’s senior women’s indoor hockey team head coach Erwin Handura has expressed great confidence in the readiness and ability of his charges ahead of this weekend’s opening Indoor World Cup matches in Pretoria, South Africa.
Remembering departed sport icons: Atanasius ‘Steps’ Nickel (1954-2023) and Uncle Joey Helgan (1933-2023)

Remembering departed sport icons: Atanasius ‘Steps’ Nickel (1954-2023) and Uncle Joey Helgan (1933-2023)

The author came to know Atanasius ‘Steps’ Nickel up close during our musical escapades in the beautiful Copper Town of Tsumeb back in the day, and we became close buddies to the extent that our friendship blossomed into brotherhood over the years. 

Financial hiccups leave basketballers hopeless…as Namibia withdraws from qualifiers

America’s Davis calls out Nakathila…mega fight in the offing

Records broken at Bank Windhoek Long Course Gala

Business
No tolerance on corrupt civil servants – Schlettwein

No tolerance on corrupt civil servants – Schlettwein

Agriculture, water and land reform minister Calle Schlettwein has cautioned that theft and vandalism of water installation remain a matter of great concern in the ministry. 
Namibia drops one place on global corruption index

Namibia drops one place on global corruption index

Although Namibia’s score remained unchanged at 49 on the 2022 Corruption Perceptions Index, the country actually fell one spot to 59 on the global indicator of public sector corruption. 
Green hydrogen value chain an opportunity for locals

Green hydrogen value chain an opportunity for locals

Like many other countries on the continent, Namibia is plagued by energy poverty, which poses an obstacle to the economic growth and development of Namibia and her people. 

CEO OF YOUR CAREER with Ipupa Fadeyi - How to catapult your career in 2023

Weak, uncertain global outlook key risks to domestic economy

International ride-hailing service launches in Namibia 

Courts & Crime
Mother of slain girl heads to High Court

Mother of slain girl heads to High Court

The trial of the biological mother of a nine-year-old girl who was killed and her body burned allegedly by her and two co-accused, was transferred to the High Court by magistrate Dawid Mukuyu on Tuesday.
Mbok corruption trial to start in June

Mbok corruption trial to start in June

The trial of Cameroonian-born businessman Antoine ‘Tony’ Mbok and his co-accused Daniel David Nghiwilepo is set to resume on 12 June before Windhoek High Court Judge Nate Ndauendapo.
Arandis murder suspect released

Arandis murder suspect released

A suspect, who was arrested over the weekend for the murder of Caroline Joshlyn Gaweses, who was found dead on Saturday morning in Arandis, has been released.

Knife killer sentenced to seven years

Family puzzled by Ethiopia filicide accused’s demands 

Fishrot accused fight for assets

Entertainment
Cooler Box session No2

Cooler Box session No2

Amor Events and Marketing company is hosting yet another heartwarming gathering on Sunday at the Palm Tree Park in Windhoek. 
Mavutu Conversations - Happy new year 

Mavutu Conversations - Happy new year 

This year is no different; we are still talking about women-related issues and everything surrounding women. I hope 2022 was a great year for every one of you readers.
Female filmmakers soak up Jo’burg film scene

Female filmmakers soak up Jo’burg film scene

Filmmakers Ndakalako Shilongo and Othilia Tutu Mungoba relish the opportunity granted to them to attend the Jo’burg Film Festival and later assist in the creation of the Namibian chapter of the Sisters Working in Film and Television (SWIFT).

Uncommon sense - The bliss of nothingness

 Nascam board accused of bullying employees

Industry Loop - 2022 was...

National
Opportunity to bounce back – Jacobs …exciting league fixtures this weekend

Opportunity to bounce back – Jacobs …exciting league fixtures this weekend

Dolam-based outfit Orlando Pirates gaffer Woody Jacobs has said last weekend’s back-to-back defeats are now water under the bridge, as they are determined to redeem themselves with possible away victories against Julinho Sporting and Life Fighters this weekend. 
Namibia in tough World Cup clashes this weekend

Namibia in tough World Cup clashes this weekend

Namibia’s senior women’s indoor hockey team head coach Erwin Handura has expressed great confidence in the readiness and ability of his charges ahead of this weekend’s opening Indoor World Cup matches in Pretoria, South Africa.
Remembering departed sport icons: Atanasius ‘Steps’ Nickel (1954-2023) and Uncle Joey Helgan (1933-2023)

Remembering departed sport icons: Atanasius ‘Steps’ Nickel (1954-2023) and Uncle Joey Helgan (1933-2023)

The author came to know Atanasius ‘Steps’ Nickel up close during our musical escapades in the beautiful Copper Town of Tsumeb back in the day, and we became close buddies to the extent that our friendship blossomed into brotherhood over the years. 

Cooler Box session No2

Mavutu Conversations - Happy new year 

Female filmmakers soak up Jo’burg film scene

Youth
Converting plastic into bricks

Converting plastic into bricks

When Ladislaus Shikerete saw people still use plastic bags despite the plastic bag levy introduced in Namibia in August 2019, he decided to turn plastic waste into profitable products.
Opinion - Finding myself again

Opinion - Finding myself again

The number of people on anti-depressants, mood stabilisers, anxiety medication and any other mental health-related medications is just shocking! Not to mention those who are dealing with mental health issues in silence. The statistics are appalling! 
Peom - More than a cry

Peom - More than a cry

Unam student wins big at Hackathon 2022

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Kunene youth attend camping workshop

 

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