Namibia:Youth Book On Sustainable Energy Launched
Earthlife Namibia and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung on Thursday evening launched a book titled "Namibian youth at the forefront of advocating sustainable energy and climate change… Read more »
Namibia:Veteran Media Practitioner Kandetu Launches Book
A book titled 'Timeless Bonds' authored by veteran media practitioner Bob Kandetu was launched on Wednesday in Windhoek. Read more »
Namibia:Local Entrepreneur Writes Business Book
YOUTHFUL entrepreneur Ancle Jayy from Ongwediva has written a book about business mentorship for budding and already established business people. Read more »
July 22, 2016
Namibia:Funding Needed to Keep Rare Books in Namibia
A FUNDRAISING drive to keep a large collection of rare books on Namibia in the country has received a boost with a donation of half a million dollars by gold mining company B2Gold… Read more »
April 13, 2016
Namibia:Omaheke Library Strives to Improve Reading Culture
THE Omaheke regional library intends to introduce programmes and activities for the community in an effort to attract more visitors. Read more »
February 29, 2016
Namibia:'The Girl Without a Sound'
"Once upon a very long time ago, there was a little girl with a fluff of hair, a mouth the shape of a cherry blossom and brown pools for eyes..." Read more »
February 23, 2016
Namibia:FLI Distributes 160 000 Financial Literacy Booklets
Having been initiated in 2012, the Financial Literacy Initiative has distributed 160 573 financial education materials up to September 2015, as well as 100 670 copies of 'Tips and… Read more »
January 19, 2016
Namibia:What Are You Currently Reading?
Dr Wolfram Hartmann - Orumbonde Books Read more »
January 18, 2016
Namibia:'Rehoboth Waar My Hart Is' Leaves the Reader Wanting More
Clarice Gille-Theys is an excellent story teller. Read more »
December 08, 2015
Namibia:Win a Copy of 'An Empty Coast'
'An Empty Coast' is Tony Park's eleventh novel and features the return of two of his most beloved characters, Sonja Kurtz and Hudson Brand. Read more »
Namibia:'My First Book of Namibian Mammals'
Olga Kausch's 'My First Book of Namibian Mammals' is a great tool for both young and older readers to learn about the vast variety of mammals living in our country. Read more »
Namibia:The Unlikely Author, Simon Nakapunda
Meet financial manager and track athlete Simon Omega Hamunyela Nakapunda who also happens to be a writer with four books to his name. The Windhoek-born and bred youngest child of… Read more »
November 24, 2015
Namibia:I Never Knew
There was a certain point in my life when everything was falling apart. There was a moment when my plans were going the opposite way and all I thought of was death. Read more »
November 18, 2015
Namibia:Abenomics and Mugabenomics - Throwing Out the Text Books?
EVERY first year economics student is taught that if the government prints money through its central bank then this will ultimately result in prices rising i.e. inflation. Read more »
November 10, 2015
Namibia:The Publishing Game
The publishing process is a crucial, and frankly, stressful step for aspiring authors who dream of turning their ideas into concrete works of art. There are currently two ways to… Read more »
October 13, 2015
Namibia:Author Profile - Keamogetsi Joseph Molapong
Poet. Writer. Author. Activist. Performer. He is many things, but Keamogetsi Joseph Molapong is not a one dimensional writer. Read more »
Namibia:An Oshiwambo Treasure for Little Ones 'Iinamwenyo'
WITH first books for babies and toddlers being hard to find in major retailers or anywhere else in Namibia, Helvi Itenge-Wheeler's 'Iinamwenyo' is a treasure worth purchasing. Read more »
Namibia:The Tale of Jahohora Told in Two Books
Sometimes our stories are told by the most unlikely tellers. People who happen upon our tales by chance and hear echoes of their own heartache in forgotten realities that stretch… Read more »
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