October 29

  • Namibia: Kleophas' Death Could Have Been Prevented

    New Era

    The tragic death of 40-year-old Juliana Kleophas and her newborn baby during delivery at the Katutura State Hospital could have been prevented if due diligence was given to her... Read more »

  • Namibia: New Mall Rises in Grootfontein

    New Era

    Grootfontein's first mo-dern shopping centre in many years is scheduled to open in December, weeks ahead of the Christmas shopping season. Read more »

  • Namibia: To Live Within Boundaries or to Not [opinion]

    New Era

    We live in an era of abundant possibilities and most of us have freedom, more than any other time in the history of human kind. Read more »

  • Namibia: Young Entrepreneurs Showcase Their Products

    New Era

    Young entrepreneur's finalists in Bank Windhoek Bizzkids Competition will exhibit their products and services at the sixth Bank Windhoek Kidz Fun Fair and Family Expo on Friday and... Read more »

  • Namibia: Outreach for Visually Impaired

    New Era

    The Service Centre for the Visually Impaired last week organised a community outreach programme and shared information with the visually impaired, among them children. Read more »

  • Namibia: Schools Compete in FNB Tennis League

    New Era

    The best schools from the Central and Erongo regions competed in the FNB National School Tennis League for the under/10 and u/14 age groups at the CTC Tennis Park in Windhoek last... Read more »

  • Namibia: Popya With Lydia Garises

    New Era

    From Okahandja hails the young and vibrant Lydia Garises who loves to give back to the community with her talents. Read more »

  • Namibia: Young Author Appeals for Sponsorship

    New Era

    A 21-year-old author, Ella Mwaala, who recently published her first poetry compilation tilted Whispers of the sands is appealing for the nation to sponsor her financially to launch... Read more »

  • Namibia: Illicit Trade, Counterfeit Goods Threaten Economy

    New Era

    Illicit trade, along with money laundering has become so common in Namibia that it has increased three-fold, an international customs and excise meeting heard yesterday. Read more »

  • Namibia: Trepper to Focus On Land

    New Era

    Swapo's candidate for the Windhoek West by-election, Georg Trepper, says there is need to formulate a land system that will make land acquisition for first time buyers easier and... Read more »

  • Namibia: SOE Bosses Excited About Proposed Ministry

    New Era

    Frustration and disappointment with the financial performance of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in Namibia may see the establishment of a Ministry of SOEs during the first half of... Read more »

  • Namibia: Two Pedestrians Shot in Armed Robbery

    New Era

    A gang of robbers travelling in a micro-bus last week on Friday shot and injured two pedestrians after they attempted to rob a motorist. Read more »

  • Namibia: Hundreds Lose Jobs As Okorusu Closes Shop

    New Era

    Okorusu fluorspar mine is closing, sending home the 407 employees, while placing the mine in "a period of intensified exploration and metallurgical research and development to... Read more »

  • Namibia: Making Necklaces Out of Watermelon Seeds

    New Era

    Water melon seeds have made headlines for their various uses, chiefly of which are their health benefits in protein and Vitamin B when dried, roasted and eaten as a snack. Read more »

  • Namibia: Germans Eyeing Welwitschias' Scalp in Titanic Rugby Clash

    New Era

    German senior rugby team coach, Hans-Joachin Wallenwein has promised a thrilling match and a win when they lock horns with Namibia's rugby XV, the Welwitschias, in an international... Read more »

  • Namibia: Chevening Applications Process for 2015-16 Still Open Until November 15

    New Era

    The competition for the next Chevening cycle, the 2015/16 Chevening Scholarships, is still open and closes on November 15. Read more »

  • Namibia: Students Wait Long to Submit Loan Applications

    Namibian

    STUDENTS seeking to submit loan applications at the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund in Windhoek for the 2015 academic year had been waiting in long queues for some days. Read more »

  • Namibia: Hardap Tops List of Beneficiaries of Resettlement Programme

    Namibian

    THE Hardap governor Katrina Hanse-Himarwa recently boasted that her region is number one in terms of people resettled under the government resettlement programme. Read more »

  • Namibia: Gunshot Residue Found On Victim's Hands

    Namibian

    FORENSIC test results could support an Aranos area farmer's claim that he was not responsible for firing the shot that ended the life of his wife in their farmhouse in April 2010. Read more »



October 28

  • Namibia: Final Remand for Rhino Horn Suspects

    New Era

    Magistrate Johannes Shuuveni on Monday gave December 12 this year as the final remand date for further investigations in the matter in which three Chinese nationals face charges of... Read more »

  • Namibia: Swapo Accused of Economic Plunder

    New Era

    National Democratic Party (NDP) President Martin Lukato says his party will free every Namibian from economic bondage once elected into power. Read more »

  • Namibia/South Africa: Namibian Footballers Pay Tribute to Senzo After Senseless Killing

    New Era

    The senseless shooting of Orlando Pirates and Bafana Bafana number one shot stopper Senzo Meyiwa has been met with disdain by Namibian footballers plying their trade in the South... Read more »

  • Namibia: GBV Prevalent in the Ohangwena

    New Era

    Gender Based Violence (GBV) tops the number of crimes reported in Ohangwena Region. Read more »

  • Namibia: Demand for Land Purchase Increases

    New Era

    The demand for the purchase of commercial land by previously disadvantaged Namibians surged during July to September this year, according to the lastest quarterly report by... Read more »

  • Namibia: Record Keeping Key to Success in Farming

    New Era

    Appropriate record keeping is a critical success factor in modern farming. As the world degenerates more and more into a global environment and the farmer thus is increasingly... Read more »

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