Daily Archives: October 18, 2017

Swimming sensation Nakaleke breaks 15-year-old record

Windhoek-Namibia's young swimming wunderkind Eliphas Nakaleke again hogged the headlines over the weekend when he smashed a 15-year-old national record set in 2002 by Hardes Louw, which stood at 42.10.…

Horses to gallop at Kobos Exciting racing event in the offing

Rehoboth-The usually laid back village enclave of Farm Kobos, holed up in Hardap Region will come alive when the farmers converge on the historical settlement with their respective thoroughbred race …

Informal settlements not going away – VP Iyambo

Swakopmund-Chasing away squatters and demolishing illegal settlements would never solve the problem of informal settlements, Vice-President Nickey Iyambo told a gathering of local and regional authority leaders in Swakopmund on …

Another wave of medicine shortages hits state hospitals

Windhoek-There is a shortage of various medicines, including allergex syrup, an antibiotic medicine used to treat children, at various state facilities countrywide, New Era learned this week.

Health and Social …

Enduro race ends on high note

Farm Elisenheim-This year's Bank Windhoek National Enduro Championship, co-sponsored by Hemco Paint, Solsquare, reached a climax in fine style at Farm Elisenheim on Saturday.

Close to 70 riders lined up …

‘Struggle kids’ exempted from recruitment process

Windhoek-The children born in exile during the liberation struggle, informally called 'struggle kids', who graduate from vocational training centres, will not be required to apply, or go through the normal …