Okahandja mayoral aspirant takes aim at her detractors

December 14th, 2018
Okahandja Deputy Mayor and mayoral aspirant, Sophia Uupitha, has ...

UNAM hikes tuition fees for 2019 ….As management award themselves bonuses

December 14th, 2018
The cash strapped University of Namibia has announced a 6 percent ...

Namibian economy in a coma

December 14th, 2018
Namibia’s economy is now in a state of depression following 10 ...

Mutorwa defiant on Meatco

December 07th, 2018
Former Minister of Agriculture, Water and Forestry, John Mutorwa, ...

Shaningwa faces test of authority ...as Regional Swapo District executives refuse to follow her directives

December 07th, 2018
Combative SWAPO Secretary General, Sophia Shaningwa, faces a real ...

MPs want defence budget increased

December 07th, 2018
National Council legislators have called for an increase in the ...

Schuckmann tipped for NAC CEO post

November 30th, 2018
Cabinet has approved the appointment of Werner Schuckmann as Chief ...
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    Sports: 2018 highs and lows
    • Friday, 14 December 2018

    Namibia, a country with a relatively small population of just 2,4 million, had a positive year in terms of achievement on the continent and the world at large in sport codes such as football, athletics, rugby, boxing, chess, hockey and archery.

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  • Salute Boxing Academy gets MTC backing
    • Friday, 14 December 2018

    MTC this week re-affirmed its support for sport development in the country when it adopted Salute Boxing Academy as the second stable to receive its financial support.

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