Namibian chefs struggle to make it

Some local chefs say that Namibia does not have a climate conducive for a successful career as a professional in their field. 

Namibian beauty products are increasingly being used as ingredients in beauty products made by multinationals such as L’Oréal and many others,

Namibian authors struggle

The local publishing industry in Namibia is small and authors struggle to sell their books. 

Namibian bowlers off to Wales

The eyes of the Lawn Bowls world will be in Cardiff & Vale next week for a 10 nations’ test match.

Namibian rugby needs foreign coach: Jones

Former Welwitschias coach in the SuperSport Rugby Challenge and Currie Cup, Lyn Jones, strongly feels that Namibia’s team still needs an expatriate coach who can take the national team to greater heights.
Pandu Nghipandulwa (26) is a talented and committed young man who has taken it upon himself to make a difference in society through his Youth Mentorship and Development program. 

Namibian boxers improve rankings

Walter “The Executioner” Kautondokwa has received a much needed boost of confidence ahead of his World Boxing Organisation (WBO) Africa middleweight title defence on 20 March after moving from number six last year to number three this year, according to the latest WBO rankings.

Namibian housing value drops 10pct – IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), which has in the past warned that the housing market in Namibia is a bubble waiting to burst if not controlled, this week said the value of houses in Namibia ‑ which it says are overvalued ‑ has dropped by 10 percent compared to 2015.

Real men don’t hurt women

It seems like Namibian men can’t take break ups with their women and that is why there is so much domestic violence.  Why can’t men realise that there is nothing guaranteed in life, not even relationships?

Namibian women fightback against GBV

Over a thousand women have so far benefited from self defence classes offered by feminist and women rights organisation, Sister Namibia, in a quest to fight gender-based violence (GBV) in the country.
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