Essay winners celebrate Day of the African Child with NWR

Thirteen teen Grade 7 pupils from Khomas who won the essay competition themed why tourism is important to Namibia courtesy of Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) were treated to a dream excursion to the Hardap Dam Resort on the Day of

Unam student marks June 16 with pupils

A third-year student at the University of Namibia (Unam), Alexis Wimmerth, was pleased to spend the Day of the African Child with Grade 1 and 2 pupils from the Gammams Primary School over the weekend in Khomasdal.The Day of the

Farmers urged to guard financial assets

Economic cycles consist of good, average and weak times and it is important that every Namibian farmer should know how the chackles of this economic chain fits together and how to prepare and react to each situation.Stressing the importance of

‘Bring youth back into agriculture’ – Pienaar

To get the younger generation back into the agricultural sector and ensure they make a positive contribution towards feeding their own and the world was the 64-million-dollar question Schalk Pienaar of Pupkewitz Holdings tried to answer as guest speake...

Popya with Benedictus Saunders – “Never give up on life, make the best out of your situation”

Benedictus Saunders, 36, born in Luderitz in the //Kharas Region, started his primary school at the Nautilus Primary School in 1992, in Luderitz.Later in 1996, his mother passed away and he moved to Kosis, a small village near Bethanie in

Popya with Benedictus Saunders – “Never give up on life, make the best out of your situation”

Benedictus Saunders, 36, born in Luderitz in the //Kharas Region, started his primary school at the Nautilus Primary School in 1992, in Luderitz.Later in 1996, his mother passed away and he moved to Kosis, a small village near Bethanie in