Daily Archives: June 19, 2017

School of Medicine advisory board commissioned

Windhoek-The advisory board of the University of Namibia's (Unam) School of Medicine was inaugurated and commissioned on Friday as part of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Unam and the …

Learners cautioned against teenage pregnancy

Tsumeb-Pupils have been cautioned to guard against teenage pregnancy and to focus on their education, so that they can have a better future.

This was a precaution from Minister of …

Profit comes out from hiding

Local hip-hop singer, Panash Pieters, best known as Profit, is not new to the music industry.

Many have seen him performing alongside well-known rap and hip-hop acts such as Jericho …

Namibians hot on the dance floor

Pretoria-The pair of Sonja Keil and Charlotte Ann Taylor from Swakopmund took part in the Pole Dance Competition, Pole Art SA, in Pretoria recently � the first-ever Namibians to launch …

The North says farewell to ya Toivo

The moods at Ondangwa Trade Fair grounds on Friday kept shifting, as one moment it was sombre and the next the crowd would burst into uncontrollable laughter. At times though …

Fitch affirms Namibia BBB- investment grade rating

Fitch Ratings has today affirmed Namibia's Long-Term Foreign- and Local-Currency Issuer Default Ratings at 'BBB-' with a Negative Outlook. In a statement issued today Fitch Rating says: The 'BBB-' rating …

Try Again send Arrows packing Goals galore in Debmarine Cup

The Last 16 of the Debmarine Namibia Cup produced few surprises, with Tseiblaagte outfit Try Again manufacturing a shock 3-2 triumph over premiership side Eleven Arrows, while Unam FC also …

New twist in MTC/NPL sponsorship saga NFA committee cold-shouldered

The marathon sponsorship negotiations between the beleaguered topflight football league, the Namibia Premiership (NPL), and its principal financial backer, MTC, has taken another dramatic turn.

New Era Sport is in …