Daily Archives: June 20, 2017

Mediwell Holdings Engages Palewater Advisory Group as It Seeks Growth Alternatives

NEW YORK, June 20, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Mediwell Holdings (Pty) Ltd a Johannesburg-based Healthcare services Company, announced today that it has entered into an advisory agreement (the “Advisory

Nothing fishy about Durant’s first NBA championship

Windhoek-When the National Basketball Association (NBA) finals' most valuable player (MVP) Kevin Durant first announced his move from Oklahoma City Thunder to the dominant Golden State Warriors during last year's …

Deeds Office registers only few leaseholds

Windhoek-Only a handful of leaseholds out of nearly 5,000 resettlement farmers are registered at the Deeds Office while already enjoying the privileges of the resettlement programme.

A Legal Assistance Centre …

Namibia looks to learn from Zimbabwe

Rundu-Governor of Kavango East Region Dr Samuel Mbambo recently headed a 35-member team comprising of delegates from his office, state-owned enterprises and farmers on a study tour to Mashonaland West …

Namibian-born Hardwick keen to emulate Force legend

Windhoek-Namibian-born Wallabies flanker Richard Hardwick has set his sights on filling the shoes of retiring great Matt Hodgson after re-signing with the Western Force for the 2018 Super Rugby season.…

Baby Warriors off to a good start in Germany

Staff Reporter-Namibia's under-17 football team, the Baby Warriors have acclimatized well in Germany and got their German tour off to a great start when they won their first game 3-1 …

Green light shines for aquaponics nutrition and employment project

Windhoek-Droughts in recent years and the apparent changes in climate are a driving force behind an exciting new agricultural project called Aquaponics for Improved Nutrition and Employment.

Costing more than …

Overall trade for Q1 2017 declines 16.6%

Windhoek-The most recent figures from the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) indicate the country's trade deficit for the first quarter of 2017 was estimated at N$3,185 million. This deficit was attributed …