Monthly Archives: May 2014

Brands, a Solution to Africa’s Transformation [opinion]

“AFRICA is the next China”, “I’m setting my eyes on Africa”, “It’s Africa’s time”.

These are some of the statements made in support of Africa’s turnaround. Whether or not Africa …

Value-Oriented Formal Education, a Need in Namibia

The high cases of rape, theft, suicide, passion killing, road accidents, alcohol abuse, divorce, unethical practices such as corruption, are manifestation of high failure rates in our schools. What are …

Ex-SSC Manager Recounts Avid Lobbying

FIVE of the seven people accused of embezzling a Social Security Commission investment of N$30 million in early 2005 had meetings with SSC managers to promote the inexperienced asset management …

Airnam Braces for Strike

AIR Namibia cabin crew members could go on strike today, following the airline’s refusal to agree on a salary increase, the Namibia Cabin Crew Union (NCCU) has announced.

If the …

On the Spot – Harvesting the Health-Giving Moringa Tree [interview]

New Era journalist at Rundu John
Muyamba interviewed Elizabeth Hilger (EH) the founder of the Theresia’s Orphans and Vulnerable Children Foundation at Mavanze village near Rundu. The one-on-one interview focused …

Actors, Actresses Invited to Audition

The National Theatre of Namibia (NTN) is today inviting actors and actresses to audition for its Theatre Zone project Madhouse.

Madhouse is a story of a married couple who struggle …

Queen Ree Vows to Continue With Accapella Despite Challenges

A new face in the Namibian music industry is vowing to continue and pursue her dream with Accapella.

Queen Ree, as she is affectionately known in her home town of …

Aunty Cathy, Chase and Aunty Rosca Headline Zambesi Solidarity Concert

Aunty Cathy, Chase, Aunty Rosta, KD and TNC crew, Matengu, Khoko and John, Black Mamba and Grandson are some of the artists headlining a solidarity music concert organised by Zambezi …