Daily Archives: October 13, 2020

eXp World Holdings Expands its Residential Real Estate Network to South Africa

–eXp Realty’s Innovative Business Model Allows Local Real Estate Agents to Invest In Their Futures– BELLINGHAM, Wash., Oct. 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — eXp World Holdings (Nasdaq: EXPI), the holding company for eXp Realty, one of the fastest-growing residential and

New $90 Million Global Challenge to Fund Bold Solutions to Address Systemic Inequities

Racial Equity 2030 seeks to scale transformative ideas that will improve the lives  of children, families and communities across the globe. BATTLE CREEK, Michigan, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation announced the launch of Racial Equity 2030,

Third time lucky for Airport Eagles in DAD MAN football series

It was third time lucky for Airport Eagles Football Club when they won the DAD MAN Football Series after they defeated a stubborn Young Generation FC 3-2 in penalties after a one-all stalemate on Sunday. The match played at the

Ohangwena governor asks youth to behaveOhangwena governor asks youth to behave

Ohangwena Region Governor, Walde Ndevashiya has called on young people in the region to refrain from being undisciplined and insulting and disrespecting leaders if they are to be successful in their lives. Ndevashiya, who was speaking during his youth engagement

Clubs resign from NPL

Ten Namibia Premier League (NPL) clubs have officially resigned from the league to officially join the yet to be established Namibia Football Association (NFA) Top Tier League. Speaking on behalf of the clubs at a media conference in Windhoek following

OPM rejects claims that Government servers were hacked

The Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) has rejected claims that Government servers were hacked last week as reported in local media and speculated on social media platforms. In a media statement on Monday, OPM Chief Public Relations Officer, Rhingo

Outgoing British High Commissioner bids farewell to Geingob

Outgoing British High Commissioner to Namibia, Kate Airey bade farewell to President Hage Geingob at State House on Monday. Airey was appointed as the British High Commissioner to the Republic of Namibia in November 2017 and started in January 2018.

Government allowed increase in violence against women: Smit

The government has allowed and even facilitated the increase of violence against women and girls throughout its 30 years in power, Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) Member of Parliament Nico Smit has said. Smit in a media statement on Monday said