April 17

  • Farm for Success Like a Businessman - Mukuahima

    Namibia Economist

    Namibia's Small holder farmers need to view themselves as businessmen rather than emerging food producers to fully leverage the support of the financial services industry and... Read more »

  • Scrap Colonial Taxi Ranks - Nujoma

    Namibian

    JUSTICE minister Utoni Nujoma has urged the municipality of Windhoek to get rid of commuter loading zones and implement a grand master plan to tackle woes faced by taxi drivers. Read more »

  • Hundreds Pay Respects to Intamba

    Namibian

    HUNDREDS of mourners, among them political leaders and other dignitaries, attended a memorial service in honour of the late Namibian Ambassador to Egypt, Andrew Anyanya Intamba, at... Read more »

  • ECN Extends Objection Period

    Namibian

    FOLLOWING requests from several political parties and members of society, the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) has extended the period in which the voters' register will be on... Read more »

  • Politicians Not Above the Law

    Namibian

    AS A nation we are quite aware of the escalating levels of poverty and the fast disappearance of the middle class, so that in a few years, we will only be left with the rich and... Read more »

  • Road Crash Claims Four Lives

    Namibian

    FOUR people were killed when an Iveco bus and a truck collided on Tuesday night, while 23 others sustained slight to moderate injuries. Read more »

  • Mining Students Without Job Attachments

    Namibian

    ONE should be considered fortunate to have received a scholarship in this country. As a parent it is a relief seeing your son or daughter getting a scholarship. Read more »

  • Martin Heita Resigns From RDP

    Namibian

    RALLY for Democracy and Progress (RDP) Central Committee member Martin Heita has resigned as a member of the country's main opposition party. Read more »

  • Offbeat - 18 April 14 [opinion]

    Namibia Economist

    As I sit and think about it, aside from a bunch of Aztecs who no longer exist and had a very faulty calendar, most of the end-of-the-world prophecies come from the USA, where they... Read more »

  • Show Your Mettle, Says Former Newspaper Cup Star

    Namibian

    FORMER Oshikoto Region striker Alfred Ndyenge has urged players to raise their standard of play while advancing their own ambitions at The Namibian Newspaper Cup. Read more »

  • Brave Warriors to Face Newspaper Cup Shadow Team Called Up

    Namibian

    Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti has called up a fairly young team to take on the 2014 Namibian Newspaper Cup Shadow team on Sunday, 20 April at the Oscar Norich Stadium in... Read more »

  • The Namibian Newspaper Cup Teams

    Namibian

    Thirteen teams will battle it out for the honour of the best footballing region in the country over the Easter period. There will also be exhibition matches featuring the Brave... Read more »

  • Reddig to Join African Archers in China

    Namibian

    NAMIBIAN archer Xander Reddig will join archers from Egypt, Libya and Benin at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China in August, following the Bank Windhoek Youth African... Read more »

  • Hockey's Potential Needs to Be Realised

    Namibian

    LAST weekend Namibia hosted the Africa Indoor Hockey Cup with a place at next year's World Cup in Germany awaiting the winner. Read more »

  • Let the Festivities Begin!

    Namibian

    BY this time on Friday, the much anticipated 14th edition of The Namibian Newspaper Cup will have begun in earnest. Read more »



April 16

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