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The relaxed approach by government in policing the law mandating inclusivity and accessible public facilities for all Namibians, particularly for those seeking education, places further pressure on citizens living with disabilities.
President Hage Geingob is delivering on his election campaign pledge of bringing prosperity to Namibia despite the current economic downturn, Geingob’s economic advisor, John Steytler, has said.

Bouyant Tjivera eyes Africa glory

Senior national netball team coach, Mauelle ‘Mansie’ Tjivera, has set his eyes on conquering Africa after leading Namibia to a surprise 54-43 win over Zambia

Namibia’s biggest rugby export urges caution

Namibian rugby international, Lesley Klim, has cautioned his fellow Welwitschias team mates against complacency on the eve of their second Rugby Africa Gold Cup match against Tunisia on Saturday at the Hage Geingob Stadium.
Many public authorities and private parties in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) regard the UK as the front runner in the field of concession,

International lesson for Namibia on PPPs - Part 1

The Public Private Partnership Act of 2017, which was promulgated into law early June 2017 by President Hage Geingob,

Nataniël coming to Namibia

South African singer, songwriter, author, entertainer and entrepreneur Nataniël le Roux referred to simply as Nataniël is lined up for a two performances at National Theatre of Namibia (NTN) in Windhoek next month,

Europe Day celebrated in Namibia

On May 9th, the Delegation of the European Union (EU) to Namibia celebrated Europe Day at the Gondwana Shebeen at the Windhoek Show Grounds.
Although more local female rappers have stepped up in the last several years, many feel that the sexism they face while working in a male dominated industry remains the biggest challenge blocking their success.
The country’s diamond cutting and polishing industry is slowly taking shape and may become a major sector in the near future.
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