September 19

  • Namibia: Mass Housing's Biggest Casualty

    Namibian

    IN THE 1980s, as Namibia was painstakingly inching towards national independence and the apartheid regime was coming to terms with the fact that oppressing people was... Read more »

  • Namibia: Learners Paid to Attend School

    New Era

    TOV HIV/AIDS Orphans & Vulnerable Children Organisation has proved that paying children to go to school does pay off as the grades of most learners have sky rocketed since the... Read more »

  • Namibia: Desert Jewels Are Clearly Below Par

    New Era

    Another defeat for the Namibian senior netball team left the Desert Jewels rooted to the bottom of the six-nation Africa World Cup qualifiers, underway in Gaborone, Botswana. Read more »

  • Namibia: Supplementary Registration a Success in the North

    New Era

    With a day left before the end of the supplementary registration of voters, ECN regional coordinators in Oshana, Ohangwena and Omusati described the exercise as successful. Read more »

  • Namibia: Rising HIV Infections Threat to Coastal Economy

    Namibian

    AT least 1 282 Namibians tested HIV-positive last year in the Erongo region alone, a figure which the Namibia Network of AIDS Service Organisations (Nanaso) says may hurt economic... Read more »

  • Namibia: Accidents Cost N$14 Million Per Month

    Namibian

    THE Motor Vehicle Fund chief executive officer, Rosalia Martins-Hausiku, says road accidents costs in the country have risen from N$8 million to N$14 million per month and at least... Read more »

  • Namibia: Swapo Confirms 'Pot' Probe

    Namibian

    SWAPO secretary general Nangolo Mbumba yesterday confirmed that the party will investigate events surrounding the party's electoral college that was held last month. Read more »

  • Namibia: Development Agencies Urged to Apply for Funding

    New Era

    The Social Security Commission has called on deserving, innovative, community-based and driven projects and schemes with the potential to create employment to apply through its... Read more »

  • Namibia: Mediclinic to Spend N$216 Million On Upgrades

    Namibian

    THE JSE-listed Mediclinic Southern Africa is spending N$216 million on upgrading its hospitals in Windhoek, Otjiwarongo and Swakopmund. Read more »

  • Namibia: Meet the Tenderer Leonard Awaseb [interview]

    New Era

    Although mostly sub-contracting work from big companies at this stage, L.W. Awaseb Engineering cc is striving to become a leader in the construction and engineering industry in the... Read more »

  • Namibia: Staff Shortage Could Affect New Curriculum

    Namibian

    THE DEAN of Education at the University of Namibia says the worsening teacher shortage in schools could compromise the implementation of the new curriculum for junior primary level... Read more »

  • Namibia: //Karas On Alert for Congo Fever

    Namibian

    THE Keetmanshoop State Hospital principal medical officer, Dr Davies Nkalamo, said the regional health authority will take preventative measures to avoid the spread of Congo... Read more »

  • Namibia: Swapo Satisfied With 'Pot' Outcome

    New Era

    Amidst claims of unhappiness and rejection of the ruling party's recently held Electoral College; the party yesterday claimed that all participants have accepted the results. Read more »

  • Namibia: Police Make Stocktheft Breakthrough

    Namibian

    THE Erongo police anti-stock theft unit recovered and returned 33 cattle to their rightful owners and arrested three suspects in two separate incidents this week. Read more »

  • Namibia: Namibian Youth Can Change Things

    Namibian

    AMERICAN social activist Jason Rzepka says Namibian youth have the power to change things for their own benefit and for that of the country. Read more »

  • Namibia: Women Brainstorm On GBV

    New Era

    More than eighty women recently gathered at the Benguela Community Hall to discuss gender-based violence (GBV) related matters. Read more »

  • Namibia: Darlings of the Diamond Empire [analysis]

    Namibian

    A NAMIBIAN empowerment scheme aimed at supplying rough diamonds worth billions of dollars to beef up the local diamond industry appears overwhelmingly to serve the interests of... Read more »

  • Namibia: Namibian Cricket Prepares for Challenges Ahead

    Namibian

    As the world cricket order continues to shift with more powers being vested in the ICC's 'Top Three' members - India, England and Australia - the future of the smaller nations is... Read more »

  • Namibia: From Deutsch Südwest to Mandated Territory

    Namibia Economist

    This week, one hundred years ago, marks the beginning of the first contact between the military forces of the then Union of South Africa, and local German troops. Deutsch... Read more »

  • Namibia: The Credit Bureau Regulations in a Nutshell

    Namibia Economist

    Outlining the framework under which credit bureaus will effectively operate, the Bank of Namibia this week in response to questions posed by the Namibia Economist stated that new,... Read more »

  • Namibia: Execution Discipline [column]

    Namibia Economist

    Background I have now discussed the innovation themes of generating useful ideas and choosing the best ideas to implement. This is the "sexy" part of innovation. The hard part is... Read more »

  • Namibia: First Three Big Brother Hotshots

    Namibia Economist

    Big BrotherAfrica fans will no longer have to wait until the launch of the show on 5 October 2014 to meet the Big Brother Hotshots housemates. M-Net and series producers Endemol SA... Read more »

  • Namibia: No Bail in City Murder, Rape Case

    Namibian

    AN ATTEMPT to be granted bail after spending nearly three months in police custody has ended in failure for a South African citizen facing charges of murder and rape in the... Read more »



September 18

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