Windhoek Observer

Sanlam awards bursaries

Sanlam last week handed over six bursaries to young deserving Namibians as part of its corporate social responsibility initiative.

Early retirement to save millions, costs GIPF billions

The Namibian government could save N$670.5 million in personnel related expenditure if it moves ahead with plans to implement early retirement for civil servants between the ages of 55-59 years, financial services company, First Capital Namibia has said.

Namra deadline shifted

It has emerged that the bureaucratic process of government procurement has stalled the appointment of the much-awaited Commissioner to head the planned, Namibia Revenue Agency (Namra).

Exercises for better sex

Getting physical can ramp up the pleasure for you and your partner.  Any activity that gets your heart beating faster and you breathing harder, from brisk walking to cycling, can boost blood flow -- including to your nether regions. That’s a plus for both genders: stronger erections for men, and greater arousal for women according to a University of Texas study.

Preparations are going well - Mannetti

Brave Warriors head coach Ricardo Mannetti said preparations for the crucial Africa Cup of Nations Cup (AFCON) final qualifying match against Zambia in Lusaka are going well, so far.

KASU’s Independence Cup starting Saturday

The first round of the annual Katutura Sport Union (KASU) Independence Cup tourney will start at Ella du Plessis High School and the Khomasdal Stadium in Windhoek on Saturday.

Nakathila to face Kovacs in April

Current World Boxing Organization (WBO) Junior Lightweight champion, Jeremiah “Low Key” Nakathila, will face Zoltan Kovacs from Hungary on the 20th April at Windhoek Country Club for the WBO Junior Lightweight Global Title.

We are behind you, Uutoni tells Brave Warriors

Minister of Sport, Youth and National Service, Erastus Uutoni on Thursday paid a courtesy call on the Brave Warriors during a training session in Windhoek.

SADC marks International Women’s Day

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) joined the rest of the world in commemorating International Women’s Day under the theme; “Think Equal, Build Smart, Innovate for Change.”

#BalanceforBetter Banking this Women’s Day

This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is #BalanceforBetter, “What better way to ensure better balance as a woman than to have control over your own finances and family life?” says Elzita Beukes, FNB Communications Manager.


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