Daily Archives: June 28, 2017

Increased Support for Education Crucial to Reaching Sustainable Development Goals, Speakers Tell High-Level General Assembly Event

Education was the key for achieving all 17 Goals in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, but realizing that Goal’s full potential would require increased financing, smarter use of technological …

Baby Warriors on the rampage in Germany

Namibia's under 17 youth football team, the Baby Warriors are riding the crest of a wave at their European tour in Germany.

The team produced another impressive performance, which saw …

Unemployed youth shakes off joblessness with photography

Twenty-eight-year-old Gabriel Kalimbwe Likuranu, popularly known as Kally DW, would not as an unemployed youth let his economic condition devour him but instead took to the art of still photography …

INTERNATIONAL WATCH FOUNDATION SETS UP REPORTING PORTAL FOR NAMIBIA

WINDHOEK, The International Watch Foundation (IWF), a Britain-based charity which seeks to make the Internet a safer place, has launched a national online reporting portal for child pornography for Namibia …

Namibia, China youths dialogue

Namibian and Chinese youths last week dialogued to find means to address issues faced by youths in both countries.

The youths explored possibilities in which they can interactively assist one …

Youth find fair useful

Justina Nekomba Ambuga, a 20-year-old Mechanical Engineering student at the Namibia University of Science and Technology says the Wernhil Park Educational Fair is useful as it informs the youth about …

Unam staff to petition Hangula today

Disgruntled staff members of the University of Namibia (Unam) will today stage a peaceful protest march to the vice-chancellor Professor Lazarus Hangula's office to hand over a petition detailing their …

Goals galore in netball, as rugby ends in stalemate

Otjiwarongo and Etosha Secondary Schools locked horns in a one-sided netball match at Otjiwarongo, with the hosts dispatching the visitors by 42 baskets to 7.

The hosts took an early …