The Namibian (Windhoek)

Leading independent daily published in Windhoek


May 06

  • Namibia: Prinsloo is 'Homeward Bound'

    PHOTOGRAPHY enthusiasts are invited to Karel Prinsloo's photo exhibition 'Homeward Bound', which opens at the Goethe Centre's auditorium tonight at 19h15. The exhibition will be... Read more »

  • Namibia: Rudolf Kamburona Buried

    FORMER politician Rudolf Kamburona, who died of cancer on 20 April 2015, was laid to rest on Monday at the Otjimanangombe village, about 200km north-east of Gobabis in the Omaheke... Read more »

  • Namibia: Warriors Eye Cosafa Progress

    BRAVE Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti says improving on the previous edition's showing is the primary objective for Namibia when their latest Cosafa Cup adventure begins in South... Read more »

  • Namibia: Indongo Toyota and Omulunga Radio Set Off On a Journey

    Indongo Toyota have recently entered into an agreement with Omulunga Radio, which sees the business giant sponsoring the station with two brand new Toyota Etios sedan vehicles. Read more »

  • Namibia: Germany Must Own Up - Rukoro

    THE OVAHERERO Traditional Authority on Saturday threatened to exercise its rights should the German government refuse to apologise and pay for the genocide by 2 October this year. Read more »

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