November 21

  • Namibia: The Untold Story of Glamour Football Club, African Stars

    New Era

    African Stars began life as Juvenile Football Club before a group of talented footballers from the Ovaherero and Ovambanderu section threw their weight together as they resolved to... Read more »

  • Namibia: Amupanda - This Is Not a Job-Centric Revolution [interview]

    New Era

    Swapo Party Youth League (SPYL) central committee member Job Amupanda explains his current land activism and his suspension from Swapo. He also tells Toivo Ndjebela about why he... Read more »

  • Namibia: Tsumeb to Avail Residential Land

    New Era

    Whilst there is a national uproar due to exorbitant land prices and escalating rentals, the Tsumeb Municipality has availed about 100 hectares of land to be serviced and developed... Read more »

  • Namibia: Justina Amwaalwa - the 'Mother of Swapo' and Staunch Supporter of the Liberation Struggle (1931 ... )

    New Era

    Justina Amwaalwa is a rarely unknown figure within the mainstream political discourses on fathers and mothers who committed their lives to the struggle for justice and the... Read more »

  • Namibia: SPYL Is Not the Enemy [opinion]

    New Era

    ONE day I visited my grandfather Cde Hausiku Samuel the headman of Sauyemwa. He is a veteran who suffered so much during the colonial era but he is not yet registered. Read more »

  • Namibia: The Electronic Voting Machine Is a Dynamic Tool for the Election Process

    New Era

    THE term electronic voting and also known as e-voting is a term inclusive of many systems and methods of voting. This includes booths equipped with electronic devices, software,... Read more »

  • Namibia: Builder Quits Mass Housing Project

    New Era

    Following reports of Rundu mass housing project workers being unhappy with poor working conditions, Lo-Ammi Trading Construction has quit the mass housing scheme at Rundu. Read more »

  • Africa: Turkey-Africa - Solidarity and Partnership

    New Era

    ON August 19, 2011, under the shining sun of Africa, the plane carrying Prime Minister Erdoğan, his family and a large delegation composed of the different segments of Turkish... Read more »

  • Namibia: Urbanisation Hampers Basic Services At Tsumeb

    New Era

    The copper mining town of Tsumeb has grown tremendously over the past year and the growth can be attributed to employment opportunities presented by mines in the surrounding area. Read more »

  • Namibia: New Car Sales Reach 2 092 in October

    Namibian

    OCTOBER new vehicle sales set a monthly record, the fourth such record this year. Read more »

  • Namibia: Otjiwarongo Mass Housing On Track

    New Era

    Although progress regarding the mass housing project in many towns has been slow due to various reasons, mainly contractors not meeting stipulated deadlines, Otjiwarongo could soon... Read more »

  • Namibia: Getting to the Bottom [column]

    New Era

    I MUST say whilst journalism is a field that is fast becoming very popular compared to a few years back when many regarded it as a "mediocre job", there is a colossal interest in... Read more »

  • Namibia: Job Sparks Talk of a Revolution

    Namibian

    JOB Amupanda is willing to die fighting for land. Read more »

  • Namibia: Witvlei Meat Faces Closure - 200 Jobs On the Line

    New Era

    Witvlei Meat that employs over 200 people and supports 800 others in the sleepy town of Witvlei could face closure by early 2015. Read more »

  • Namibia: Voter Apathy Needs Collective Response

    Namibian

    LAST week's record low turnout of 12,5% of registered voters in the Windhoek West constituency by-election should get everyone worried. Read more »

  • Namibia: Family Faces More Tax Fraud Charges

    Namibian

    FOUR members of the Mutileni family yesterday appeared in court at Oshakati for the third time, facing more charges of tax fraud. Read more »

  • Namibia: High Court Dismisses Poca Challenge

    New Era

    Acting High Court Judge Collins Parker yesterday dismissed an application to condone non-compliance with the relevant provisions of the Prevention of Organised Crime Act 29 of 2004... Read more »

  • Namibia: Namsov Invests N$2,5 Million in Fish Distribution

    Namibian

    FISHING giant Namsov has invested N$2,5 million in fish distribution projects, which will be used for fish vendors, fish fridges, weighing scales, storage and distribution of fish... Read more »

  • Namibia: Rundu - a Shared Town in the Making [opinion]

    Namibian

    RUNDU (also Ruuntu for a place of many people) town could teach the City of Windhoek one or two things about a town/city as a shared space. Read more »

  • Namibia: Murder, She Wrote

    New Era

    AFTER months of relative calm, we have noticed with great concern a new surge in passion killings across the country, with Walvis Bay becoming a new breeding ground for such type... Read more »

  • Namibia: Usakos Town Councillors Re-Elected

    Namibian

    USAKOS mayor Gustav //Garobasen !Hoaeb was re-elected during an election of office-bearers for the town council on Monday. Read more »

  • Namibia: Police Shoot and Wound Taxi Driver

    Namibian

    A YOUNG taxi driver was critically injured after police shot him while attempting to escape a roadblock near Otjomuise yesterday. Read more »

  • Namibia: Chasing the Electoral Wild Goose - Uninspired Voter

    New Era

    I SHALL not say that I am an apathetic voter but surely uninspired I am. And I have just been wondering how many of my fellow voters out there may be as uninspired as I am. Read more »

  • Namibia: Cops Cry Foul Over 'Unfair Promotions'

    New Era

    Some police officers feel promotions in the force are implemented in an unfair manner. Read more »

  • Namibia: Namdeb Reveals 20 Years Production Figures

    Namibian

    DIAMOND producer Namdeb this week revealed its production figures and financial contribution to the economy in the past 20 years. Read more »

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