Category Archives: Arts & Culture

Empire State Building to be lit in bluegreengold in celebration of World Wildlife Day

New York, Feb 28 The Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Behati Prinsloo, Model and Global Ambassador for Save the Rhino Trust

There is a need to keep Air Namibia sustainable as it remains the top airline to carry tourists into the country, Minister of Environment and Tourism

There is a need to keep Air Namibia sustainable as it remains the top airline to carry tourists into the country, Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Pohamba Shifeta, has said. Speaking at the launch of the 2018 tourist

Air Namibia remains top conveyor belt for tourism: Shifeta

There is a need to keep Air Namibia sustainable as it remains the top airline to carry tourists into the country, Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Pohamba Shifeta has said. Speaking at the launch of the 2018 tourist

UN Faces Many Challenges as It Prepares to Mark 75th Anniversary

GENEVA - Preparations for the observation of the United Nations' 75th anniversary are underway as the world body's ability to maintain global peace and security appears ever more tenuous. The United Nations was founded in the

King Tee Dee arrested for drunk driving

Musician King Tee Dee known as Dogg was on Saturday night arrested while driving under the influence of alcohol in the capital.Namibian Police Force's spokeperson, Chief Inspector Kauna Shikwambi told Nampa on Sunday, that the Dogg collided with anothe...

Congo Authorities Say Ebola Survivor Falls Ill Second Time

GISENYI, RWANDA - An Ebola survivor has fallen ill with the disease for a second time in eastern Congo, the Congolese health authorities said on Sunday, saying it was not yet clear if it was a case of relapse or

Kenya Building Collapse Toll Hits 10 but 2 Survivors Found

Kenyan rescuers digging through the rubble of a six-story building found two survivors alive Sunday, two days after it collapsed in Nairobi, as the death toll rose to 10.When the survivors of Friday's building collapse were found Sunday morning, a

The American Holiday Africa Has Adopted: Black Friday

JOHANNESBURG - Forget Thanksgiving. In Africa, consumers are forgoing the turkey dinner and family drama. Instead, they are, in huge numbers, celebrating the bonanza that comes the day after: Marketing website Black Friday Global estimates that Black F...