Daily Archives: February 15, 2017

Ondangwa to host sustainable development workshops

Ondangwa-In response to the high unemployment rate and the need for youth economic empowerment, Ondangwa Urban Constituency in collaboration with various stakeholders will for the first time host small and medium enterprise (SME) workshops geared towar...

Ondangwa to host sustainable development workshops

Ondangwa-In response to the high unemployment rate and the need for youth economic empowerment, Ondangwa Urban Constituency in collaboration with various stakeholders will for the first time host small and medium enterprise (SME) workshops geared towar...

Boxing Board clears the air over Meroro’s fitness is Tobias biting off more than he can chew?

Windhoek-The Namibia Professional Boxing and Wrestling Control Board (NPBWCB) has set the record straight over its functions on boxers' level of fitness ahead of high-profile international bouts.The commission remains steadfast in its commitment towa...

Parliament urged to pass life-changing laws

Windhoek-President Hage Geingob yesterday urged members of parliament (MPs) to rededicate themselves and engage in respectful debates regarding the 40 bills to be tabled this year, so as to pass laws that are aimed at improving the lives of Namibians.T...

Geingob breaks silence on new landless movement

Windhoek-President Hage Geingob yesterday challenged the newly-formed Landless People's Movement - who held public gatherings in protest over ancestral land - to come up with tangible proposals, acceptable within the context of a united, free and recon...

Inexperienced harvesters a threat to !nara

Utuseb-Inexperienced harvesters are a threat to the !nara plant that is endemic to the Namib Desert and that provides a livelihood to the Topnaar who use it as a herb and as food .The !nara, which is the main

NAMIBIA SEEKS CO-OPERATION WITH CHINA, UN ON FOOD SECURITY

WINDHOEK, Namibia is seeking to continue its co-operation with China and the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) in promoting food security, says FAO country representative Babagana Ahamadu.He told Xinhua that given the success of t...

Police explain legalities around Jack Huang

Windhoek-Following the publication of an article about the departure at Hosea Kutako International Airport over the weekend of Jack Huang - who is free on N$1 million bail pending the conclusion of a court case - the police responded to