Daily Archives: June 2, 2017

Star of the Week: Cynthea Martin-Haihambo

Our Star of the Week is businesswoman Cynthea Martin-Haihambo, who last week shared her trying story about being the sole survivor in a horrific car accident that killed four people …

Star of the Week: Cynthea Martin-Haihambo

Our Star of the Week is businesswoman Cynthea Martin-Haihambo, who last week shared her trying story about being the sole survivor in a horrific car accident that killed four people …

Industry Loop: Is Kwaito dead?

A debate recently surfaced on social media about whether Kwaito is dead or alive.

Allow me to add my wisdom to the discussion. Kwaito is not dead. However, the impact …

Local female artists slowly break musical barriers

Windhoek-Being a female artist in Namibia is not as easy as it seems, because it's difficult and at many points very challenging. Most Namibian female artists also find they do …

They wanted to kill ussay service station victims

One of the two men viciously assaulted at the Engen service station in Hochland Park, Windhoek, was scheduled for an operation on his elbow on Wednesday evening at a local …

Glitz and glamour at Third Will launch

The launch of the 3rd Will on Zambezi Magic and DStv Catch-Up on Monday turned out to be a glittery red carpet event with socialites, celebrities and members of the …

Local businesses can contribute to SDGsthrough procurement and CSI

Estimates indicate that an investment of US$2 trillion to US$3 trillion a year will be required to realise the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nations (UN) …

Social Media: The Rise and Fall of Social and Cultural Morality (Part 1)

The proliferation of internet access and an increase in mobile phone subscriptions in Namibia and globally, necessitated assumptions, debates and enabled greater digital participation of youth and adults in the …