July 29

  • Namibia: Namibia, Germany Sign N$1 Billion Agreement

    Namibian

    THE National Planning Commission and Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany yesterday signed agreements on financial and technical cooperation worth 73,2 million euros... Read more »

  • Namibia: Kandara's Widow Testifies in Avid Trial

    New Era

    The wife of the late Lazarus Kandara, Christophine Kandara, yesterday took the stand in the ongoing theft and fraud trial involving her husband's company - Avid Investments. Read more »

  • Namibia: Winter Supplementation Info Days Extended to NCAs

    New Era

    Agra ProVision's hugely popular farmers' days under the theme Winter Supplementation in conjunction with Feedmaster is now moving to the Northern Communal Areas (NCAs) where... Read more »

  • Namibia: Fin4ag Conference - Revolutionising Finance for Agri Value Chains

    New Era

    CTA hosted a conference on the promotion of inclusive finance models for farmers in Africa in Nairobi, Kenya, from July 13 to 17. The conference consisted of two parts. The first... Read more »

  • Namibia: Farmer Tjirimuje Raises the Brahman Stud Bar

    New Era

    Justus Tjirimuje of the farm Omusorokuumba has set the bar high for all black Namibian commercial farmers when he recently purchased some of the very best White and Red Brahman... Read more »

  • Namibia: Dairy Role Players Urged to Help Direct Economy

    New Era

    Role players at all levels in the local dairy should help to position Namibian Dairy Producers Association in such a way that has a maximum impact on the strategic direction the... Read more »

  • Namibia: Omongua Breeders Returns to Capital

    New Era

    She has become known as the 'Florence Nightingale of mentally challenged Namibians due to her relentless caring for such people despite her own physical disability. Read more »

  • Namibia: SPYL's Ngurare in the Hot Seat

    Namibian

    LAST Friday saw The Namibian hosting its very first multimedia question and answer session with Swapo Party Youth League Secretary Elijah Ngurare in the hot seat. Read more »

  • Namibia: Discrimination Claims Hit Reserve Bank

    Namibian

    THE Bank of Namibia has been accused of discriminating against a disabled employee amongst other issues pointing to poor labour relations at the institution. Read more »

  • Namibia: Langer Heinrich Produced Record 2 537 Tonnes in June Quarter

    Namibian

    PALADIN Energy's Langer Heinrich mine in the Erongo Region produced 2 537 tonnes of uranium, in the quarter ending June this year. Read more »

  • Namibia: Former Keetmans CEO Drops Labour Case

    Namibian

    THE former Keetmanshop municipality chief executive officer, Paul Vleermuis, has abandoned his legal challenge in which he demands reinstatement. Read more »

  • Namibia: Early Sex Increases Cancer Risk

    Namibian

    GIRLS who engage in sexual activities at a tender age-between nine and 13 years - risk getting the human papilloma virus which has been identified as the main cause of cervical... Read more »

  • Namibia: Mrs Kandara Recounts Payments to Avid Figures

    Namibian

    THREE of the people charged with the embezzlement of an investment of N$30 million of the Social Security Commission in 2005 received cash payments on instructions from the late... Read more »

  • Namibia: Okuryangava Creche Burns Down

    Namibian

    A PRE-SCHOOL that housed about 150 children burned down in the Okuryangava informal settlement in Windhoek yesterday. Read more »

  • Namibia: Windhoek Gets 12 Liquor Licences Per Month

    Namibian

    THE Khomas Liquor Licence Committee is giving out 12 licences per month on average in Windhoek, and has issued about 85 since January this year. Read more »

  • Namibia: Unam Students Boycott Exam

    Namibian

    STUDENTS at the University of Namibia yesterday refused to sit for a human resource management examination following complaints that they did not cover the material in the paper. Read more »

  • Namibia: Namibia Loses Iconic Artist

    Namibian

    INTERNATIONALLY renowned visual artist Susan Mitchinson passed away last Monday, 21 July. Read more »

  • Namibia: Pregnant Woman Strangled to Death in Aminuis

    Namibian

    A 25-YEAR-OLD pregnant woman was allegedly strangled to death by her boyfriend at the Otjongombe village in the Aminuis Constituency of the Omaheke region on Saturday morning. Read more »

  • Namibia: Bridging Capital Is Vital for SME Sector

    Namibian

    LACK of access to finance, particularly bridging capital for small and medium enterprises in Namibia, remain major obstacles, but a small fund management company has in the past... Read more »

  • Namibia: Dairy Industry Survives Crisis

    Namibian

    THE dairy industry has survived one of the worst crises the past year, according to Japie Engelbrecht, the chairperson of the Dairy Producers Association. Read more »



July 28

  • Namibia: 'Naked and Afraid' Filmed in Namibia

    Namibian

    The American reality television series 'Naked and Afraid' has filmed a recent episode in Namibia. Each programme pairs two new contestants - a man and a woman - and places them in... Read more »

  • Namibia: Invincible FC Extends Khomas Dominance

    Namibian

    Invincible Football Club's players are living up to their name after winning the Khomas Youth League for the fourth consecutive time on Saturday. Read more »

  • Namibia: Ishitile Wins Second Bronze Medal for Namibia

    Namibian

    Para-athlete Lahja Ishitile won Namibia's second medal at the Commonwealth Games on Monday evening when she came third in the women's 100m T12 final. Read more »

  • Namibia: Walvis Bay Beat Hts in Thriller

    Namibian

    Last weekend saw the final match of the first part of the 2014 FNB Classic Clashes being held in Walvis Bay. Read more »

  • Namibia: Erongo Red Wants Sole Mandate

    New Era

    The Erongo regional electricity distributor, Erongo Red, wants to be the sole supplier of electricity in the Erongo Region. The CEO of Erongo Red, Robert Kahimise, said it is high... Read more »

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