The Namibian (Windhoek)

Leading independent daily published in Windhoek


March 31

  • Namibia: Locomotive Breaks Down

    A TRANSNAMIB train carrying about 30 passengers broke down twice after experiencing technical problems on Friday morning on its way to Windhoek from Swakopmund. Read more »

March 27

March 16

March 11

  • Namibia: Civic - the One You Wanted

    Manufacturers will typically facelift a model three or four years into its life. It makes sense, then, that Honda has followed the trend and improved its Civic. In true Honda... Read more »

  • Namibia: A Green Point GP? Dream On

    An article in a Sunday newspaper earlier this week painted a fascinating picture of the possibility of a Formula One race, similar to the Monaco Grand Prix, being held in Green... Read more »

  • Namibia: Driving Ecstasy - the New Mercedes-AMG C63 S

    In 1966, Hans Werner Aufrecht and Erhard Melcher were working at the Daimler-Benz Development department on the 300 SE racing engine. Unfortunately, Mercedes pulled out from... Read more »

March 04

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February 25

February 18

  • Namibia: AirNam Audit Report Under Wraps

    A FORENSIC investigation into operations of Air Namibia initiated two years ago appears to have been swept under the carpet, amid allegations that over N$60 million had gone... Read more »

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February 11

January 29

  • Namibia: Love or Hate We Need Them [opinion]

    TAXIS are the bane in the life of many urban dwellers. Some urbanites even refer to taxi drivers as a pain in the proverbial you-know-what. Read more »

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