ENVIRO CAMPAIGNERS ... President Hage Geingob, flanked by Armando Pieters, the director and founder of the Clean Up Compaign Project and Soup Kitchen (left) and his vice director Nobot Tomas and other members during their visit to State House.
Language is one of the most powerful tools we have as humans. Without it we could not think thoughts expressible to others, nor could we engage in activities that commonly take place in the society we build ourselves.
Instead of serving at least 66 years before being eligible for parole, serial rape convict Ralph Mzuvukile Mtshibe's sentence was reduced in the Namibian Supreme Court to 66 years.
Through the Mobile Van Laboratory Outreach Programme, Nedbank is transforming the lives of Namibian learners and teachers in the remote parts of the country by 'Making Education Happen' in partnership with the Rössing Foundation and the Ministry of ...
The Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Bernhardt Esau, handed over scholarly information and communication technology [ICT] equipment to 23 schools, both primary and secondary, on behalf of the Namibia Fish Consumption Promotion Trust ...
SHOULD an emergency meeting between the Rehoboth Town Council and NamWater not reap fruits this morning, the town's water supply will be cut off today.
Rundu - A 63-year-old pensioner together with a 28-year-old man were granted bail of N$1 000 each in the Rundu Magistrate's Court on Monday when they each appeared on a charge of possession of controlled wildlife products.
A resident of Aroab, who was accused of ripping open his three-month-old baby's stomach and stabbing his girlfriend with a sheep shears, has been sentenced to five years in prison.
Bank Windhoek has confirmed the appointment of James Chapman as its new chief financial officer, with effect from September 1. Chapman takes over from Philip Oberholzer, who left the employment of Bank Windhoek on July 22 to pursue personal ...
DUTCH airline KLM, which plans to start flights to Namibia in October, says the country's tourism sector has been growing and the growth is expected to continue over the coming years.
Finance Minister Calle Schlettwein says the Namibian economy has performed relatively well in the past years, in part because of sustained budgetary support to economic activities.
The Ovaherero Traditional Authority (OTA) is seriously considering taking the Minister of Urban and Rural Development, Sophia Shaningwa, to court for allowing a rival faction to host a commemoration at the disputed Erf 1755 at Okahandja.
Antifreeze from Chairman Mao Zedong scored first place at the Old Mutual NamJams Schools for Good competition held at the Warehouse Theatre last week.
Community members at King Kauluma have revolted against a church said to be operating illegally in the area, which they have also accused of sodomising schoolgirls who in the past have been camping at the church and in the process apparently missed ...
Her name is Toto. Toto Kamukuenjandje, and you will have to look far to find a more ambitious, self-driven and motivated woman than this farmer, entrepreneur and business person from Aminuis.
Namibia's Paralympians today refused to train and threatened not to participate in the upcoming Paralympic Games over performance bonuses.
'LAWYER' Daniel Tjongarero junior has been working in the legal sector for the past 13 years without an appropriate law degree.
“It always seems impossible until it is done,” the National Unity Democratic Organisation (NUDO) Youth League acting secretary-general,Veparura Kandirikirira, quotes late South African leader, Nelson Mandela adding that it is indeed possible to help ...
The Oshikoto region has benefited from a combined total of N$7.9 million from Namsov through its community trust project for the past two decades stemming from its funding in various areas such as health, education, welfare and natural resources, among ...
The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture is gravely concerned that Grade 10 and 12 certificates issued to learners after each examination are piling up, as owners have not collected them at the examination centres where they sat for exams.