July 28

  • Namibia: African Stars Suspended From League for Two Full Football Seasons

    New Era

    Katutura football glamour team, African Stars was on Friday expelled from the country's flagship league, the MTC Namibia Premier League (NPL), for two full football seasons and... Read more »

  • Namibia: 'Art in Unity' At Woermannhaus Art Gallery in Swakopmund


    An energetic, skilful team of artistic young women and men will fill the space at the Woermannhaus Art Gallery with their captivating and diverse works of art. Read more »

  • Namibia: Kaaronda Fends Off Unam Libel Claim


    TRADE union leader Evilastus Kaaronda has successfully defended a defamation case in which four top managers of the University of Namibia were suing him for N$1 million. Read more »

  • Namibia: Etosha Transport Closes Shop


    ONE of Namibia's largest transport companies, Etosha Transport, intends closing shop soon but has allayed fears that more than 200 workers will lose their jobs. Read more »

  • Namibia: Walvis Plans to Build 40 000 Houses

    New Era

    Walvis Bay plans to lay the foundations for 30 000 plots to construct 40 000 new houses by the year 2030, the same year Namibia aims to have become prosperous and industrialised. Read more »

  • Namibia: SLR Consulting Extends Service


    GLOBAL environmental group, SLR Consulting, which has offices in Swakopmund and Windhoek, has acquired CCA Environmental, a South African specialist consultancy firm. Read more »

  • Namibia: HH, Nehova Bury Hatchet


    THE Rally for Democracy and Progress appears to have decided to do away with internal divisions which threatened to destroy the country's main opposition party ahead of the... Read more »

  • Namibia: Benson Wins Bronze in Glasgow


    Johanna Benson won Namibia's first medal at the Commonwealth Games when she came third in the Para-sport Long Jump in Glasgow on Sunday afternoon. Read more »

July 27

  • Namibia: Suburbs Hammer Polytech


    Polytech were no match for Western Suburbs in their Rugby Premier League match on Saturday, as the defending champions cantered to a 79-0 victory. Read more »

  • Namibia: Naidjala Too Sharp for Hilongwa


    Immanuel Naidjala retained his WBO Africa bantamweight title with a unanimous points decision over Joseph Hilongwa at a packed Windhoek Country Club in the early hours of Sunday... Read more »

July 26

  • Namibia: Fredericks' 20-Year Old Record May Linger

    This Day

    When Africa's most decorated sprinter, Frankie Fredericks set a new Commonwealth Games record in 1994, little did anyone know the record will stand a 20-year old test. With Usain... Read more »

  • Namibia: Shapaka Loses in Boxing


    Namibia got off to a losing start in boxing at the Commonwealth Games on Friday, when Immanuel Shapaka lost his flyweight fight against Simon Nzioka of Kenya. Read more »

July 25

  • Namibia: African Stars Banned From NPL for Two Years


    African Stars have been expelled from the Namibia Premier League for two football seasons, the league body announced on Friday morning. Read more »

  • Namibia: Petrol Workers Strike Enters Fourth Day

    New Era

    The strike in the petrol industry continued into its fourth day yesterday but the Association of Service Station Owners (ASSO) chairperson Rupert Harmse is adamant the strike is... Read more »

  • Namibia: Hosea Kutako Open Again


    HOSEA Kutako International Airport is operating again as before. Air Namibia got special permission to land and fly their Airbuss A330 again, four days after the airport was... Read more »

  • Namibia: Fresh and Glam Magazine to Launch

    New Era

    Fresh and Glam Entertainment will be launching its monthly magazine Fresh and Glam, featuring luxurious fashion shoots, practical shopping pages, exclusive celebrity interviews,... Read more »

  • Namibia: Tales of the Legends - Hennie Dawies, Football Wizard

    New Era

    Hendrik Dawid was born in Tsumeb in 1954, and grew up in the football crazy Nomtsoub residential area. As a youngster, he used to be a noted athlete who excelled in both the middle... Read more »

  • Namibia: Kudurista Release Debut Album

    New Era

    Kashani Tutaleni known as Sheffy and Shanyenge Tylves as Six Boy, who operates with the stage name Kudurista, has released their debut album titled Kwaziwa Okokule. Read more »

  • Namibia: School Hosts Kwaito Session

    New Era

    The Bank Windhoek Theatre School is tomorrow a centre of attraction on the entertainment calendar when local talents feature in the first ever thrilling Kwaito Session. Read more »

  • Namibia: Energy 100FM, Radio Wave Now On GOtv

    New Era

    GOtv Subscribers will enjoy an extended line-up of music, news, business, technology and sports programming as they now have access to tune in on Energy 100FM and Radio wave on... Read more »

  • Namibia: Double Debut for Windhoek Rhythmic Club

    New Era

    It will be a display of grace, flexibility and strength. The Windhoek Rhythmic Club (WRC) host its first competition ever in its newly built hall, the FNB National Qualifying... Read more »

  • Namibia: Namibia Readies for Historic World Squash Showpiece

    New Era

    The draw for the individual men and women World Junior Squash Championships is out, with Namibia fielding 11 top players to compete against some of the world's best from 10-21... Read more »

  • Namibia: Exhibit to Reflect the 1904-8 Past

    New Era

    Nicola Brandt's to exhibit her first solo show, The Earth Inside at the National Art Gallery of Namibia next Thursday. Read more »

  • Namibia: Nanzyboy Responds to Feuds

    New Era

    Local rapper,Aron 'Nanzyboy' Nanzimbogo who dropped a single titled 'Knowledge Katti' three months ago fired off at haters to his recently released remix of the single featuring... Read more »

  • Namibia: Chikune, an Upcoming Afro Jazz Sensation

    New Era

    Despite being new on the music scene, the young female singer who plies her trade by the name of Chikune, seems to have a remarkable talent of infusing her appealing and contagious... Read more »

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