Daily Archives: April 10, 2018

Referees cry foul over unpaid dues Goseb accused of preferential treatment

Money matters Football referees are anxiously waiting for their outstanding match fees three weeks after officiating in the Debmarine Namibia Cup. This photo is for illustration purpose only.Carlos KambaekwaWindhoekIt never rains, but only pours for th...

BAS, NFA, SON celebrate International Sport Day

The Basketball Artists School (BAS) Foundation, Namibia Football Association (NFA) and Special Olympics Namibia (SON) last Friday celebrated the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP) with the Fair Play Basketball and Football Tou...

Small-scale sheep farming profitable with good care

An agricultural expert has assured Namibian sheep producers that there can be a very good market for their sheep products and this market has a future growth potential.However, this potential is fraught with difficulties that need to be overcome, such

Unlicensed gambling machine owners face jail

Owners of unlicensed gambling machines now face hefty fines or imprisonment. This is according to the Minister of Environment and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta, in a Motivation Statement of the Gambling and Entertainment Control Bill that was read in Parlia...

MTN Namibia broadening horizons with SME Masterclass

In a bid to bridge the information and communication technology literacy gap, MTN Namibia will be conducting an MTN SME Masterclass, to be offered as a series of engagements targeted at small and medium enterprises (SMEs) from across the country,

Namibian company exports quality dates

During the last January to March harvesting season, Desert Fruit Namibia produced high quality Barhi dates that have recently been exported to Abu-Dhabi, Dubai, Kuwait, Cambodia, Indonesia, Maldives, Singapore, the United Kingdom and Switzerland as wel...