Daily Archives: August 7, 2015

Forgotten genocide: Namibia's quest for reparations (Al Jazeera)

August 7, 2015

Nanso suspension from NYC lifted

WINDHOEK: The suspension of the newly elected leaders of the Namibia National Students Organisation (Nanso) from taking part (participating) in all the activities of the National Youth Council (NYC) is finally over. The suspension of the student body was lifted

Fifty-five new Peace Corps volunteers from US arriving in Namibia to help country strengthen its education sector

WINDHOEK: Fifty-five new Peace Corps volunteers from the United States of America are arriving in Namibia on Sunday to help the country strengthen its education sector. A media statement issued by the United States Embassy in Windhoek on Thursday said

AR and govt land deal a temporary saving grace: FNB

WINDHOEK: The recent deal between government and the Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement will only act as a temporary saving grace for land, averting a crisis and appeasing potential investors to the Namibian market. First National Bank (FNB) Namibia Holdings Limited

Sports club for people with disabilities established at Windhoek

WINDHOEK: A sports club for people with disabilities called Mariental Winners Sport Club was established at the town on Tuesday, under the guidance of the Namibia Paralympic Committee (NPC) management. The aim of the club is to bring together people

27 NamPol members who served in war torn Darfur in Sudan under UNAMID welcomed back to Namibia

WINDHOEK: A group of 27 Namibian Police Force (NamPol) members who served in war torn Darfur in Sudan under the United Nations–African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) were welcomed back to Namibia yesterday. The officers were deployed in October 2013.

Court temporarily nullifies Nanso suspension from NYC

_: The High Court this morning granted an interim interdict setting aside the suspension of the Namibia National Student’s Organisation (NANSO) as an affiliate of the National Youth Council of Namibia (NYC). High Court Judge Shafimana Ueitele ordered that the

African music legend “Tuku” is back in the City

Windhoek: One of the top leading Zimbabwean musical legends, Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi is expected to be back in the land of the brave to perform at the Winter Festival Concert, hosted at the Zoo Park Amphitheatre in the capital tomorrow.