November 20

  • Namibia: Easy to Campaign for Swapo - Kamwi

    New Era

    Health minister Dr Richard Kamwi says campaigning for Swapo is easy because there are countless success stories regarding the party's achievements at the helm of government. Read more »

  • Namibia: RDP Wants UN to Supervise Elections

    New Era

    Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) information secretary Jeremiah Nambinga says it is important that the United Nations (UN) supervises next week's presidential and National... Read more »

  • Namibia: A Look At Otjinene's New Tarred Roads... and Its Six Women Drivers

    New Era

    When Government decided a few years ago to shorten the route for trucks from Botswana to Grootfontein, en route to Angola and Zambia, it did not overlook Otjinene. Read more »

  • Africa: KTM South Africa Introduces the All-New Class Leading KTM Rc390

    New Era

    The new KTM RC 390 hits the streets of South Africa this November, with a purpose to reflect KTM's fast forward attitude and the company´s DNA in a perfect and global way.... Read more »

  • Namibia: Moses Andreas a Mechanic Turned Businessman

    New Era

    M A Trading Enterprises sits on the outskirts of Ongwediva in what is nowadays known as "old Ongwediva". The owner is Moses Andreas who is assisted by a team of four other... Read more »

  • Namibia: Ba Brace for Tough Task

    Namibian

    Black Africa will need to be at their best to keep African Stars and Tura Magic from derailing their title defence ambitions when they clash in enticing Namibia Premier League... Read more »

  • Namibia: Pupkewitz Motors Buys Otjiwarongo's Von Baum's Motors

    New Era

    The Namibian Competition Commission has approved Pupkewitz Group of Companies' acquisition of Von Baum's Motors. Read more »

  • Namibia: Eino Nangombe Scoops Top Taxi Award

    New Era

    With just three weeks to go before the competition ends, top Taxi Award winner, Eino Nangombe, was a happy man when he received his N$3 000 cash prize from Standard Bank Namibia... Read more »

  • Namibia: Outjo Rape and Murder Evidence Disputed

    Namibian

    A RULING on the admissibility of self-incriminating statements allegedly made by an Outjo area resident facing a charge of murder and multiple counts of rape is due to be delivered... Read more »

  • Namibia: Experience Is Gained

    Namibian

    A complaint from leaders in both public and private sector organisations is that time, effort and money are required to prepare youngsters entering the job market, so that they... Read more »

  • Namibia: Social Security Commission Launches Customer Charter

    Namibian

    THE Social Security Commission has launched its customer service charter which defines the service levels that its customers can expect. Read more »

  • Namibia: Struggle Kids to Protest On Election Day

    Namibian

    A GROUP of 39 'children of the liberation struggle', who are still camping at the Omhito village near Eenhana in the Ohangwena region, are planning to demonstrate on election day. Read more »

  • Namibia: Ster Kinekor Reopens Today

    Namibian

    After a draining reconstruction spanning months, Ster Kinekor's branch in Maerua Mall is finally opening its doors today. Staff were already on site before the opening, overseeing... Read more »

  • Namibia: Online Payment System Would Fuel E-Commerce

    Namibian

    The world is experiencing an information technology revolution that is changing how business and commerce transactions are conducted. Read more »

  • Namibia: Multichoice Defends Programme Repeats

    Namibian

    PAY-Per-View provider, MultiChoice Namibia has defended programme repeats saying it is part of the television environment. Read more »

  • Namibia: Tales of an Experienced Guide and Conservationist

    Namibian

    IF you want to know what's going on when you arrive in a foreign city, ask the taxi driver who picks you up from the airport. Read more »

  • Namibia: //Karas Police Launch Festive Season Operation

    Namibian

    THE //Karas police will come down hard on criminals to ensure they keep the communities safe and free from crime during the festive season. Read more »

  • Namibia: //Karas Governor Calls for Safer Roads

    Namibian

    THE //Karas governor Bernadus Swartbooi has called for improved roads to create a safer environment for motorists in the region. Read more »

  • Namibia: IUM in Fake Degree Scandal

    Namibian

    A LECTURER at the International University of Management was suspended for questioning the circumstances surrounding the awarding of degrees to three students in the Faculty of... Read more »

  • Namibia: Mother's Anguish Over Impregnated Teenager

    Namibian

    THE mother of the 16-year-old school girl who was allegedly impregnated and threatened with a gun by an Oshikoto village headman says the issue distresses her. Read more »

  • Namibia: First Gold From B2Gold Mine Expected in December

    Namibian

    The Otjikoto Gold Mine will commence with the production of gold next month. Read more »

  • Namibia: 1 000 Houses for Osona Next Year

    Namibian

    A GROUND-BREAKING ceremony signalling the construction of over 1 000 houses was held near the Osona Military Base yesterday. Read more »

  • Namibia: Public to Give Input On Child Care and Protection Bill

    Namibian

    MEMBERS of the National Council have referred the Child Care and Protection Bill to its Standing Committees on Gender, Youth and Information, and the Women Caucus for further... Read more »

  • Namibia: Retail Pilot Project Starts December

    Namibian

    TEAM Namibia has started to develop a generic point-of-purchase merchandising campaign; with the view of creating a sustainable competitive advantage for Namibian products. Read more »

  • Namibia: Namibian Team to Face Portugal

    Namibian

    The Namibian Rugby Union has named the 23-man squad to play against Portugal at the University of Lisbon on Saturday for the final match of the Windhoek Draught Northern Hemisphere... Read more »

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