Windhoek Observer

Suzy Eises praises Bra Hugh!

At the National Theatre of Namibia, this Saturday night (August 25th), you must go see Saxophone diva Suzy Eises in concert, doing a homage to the late Brother Hugh Masekela.

First Lady a calm voice in the GBV storm, Part 2

Over several years, the entire country has been rocked repeatedly by ever-escalating gender based violence (GBV) horror stories reported in the media, witnessed personally or ‘known’ in our communities and families.

Are the police trained and ready?

Recently, there have been two ‘police vs citizens’ clashes that have raised concerns. 

Inflation expected to continue upward trajectory

Namibians can expect the cost of living to continue to increase for the rest of the year going into Christmas, a local economist has predicted.

RDP appoints Bezuidenhout as interim leader

The Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) has appointed Steve Bezuidenhout as president, replacing Jeremiah Nambinga who resigned on Thursday.

First Lady, a calm voice in the GBV storm (Part 1)

Over several years, Namibia has been rocked by ever-escalating gender-based violence (GBV) horror stories reported in the media, witnessed personally or ‘known’ in our communities and families. 

Engen Namibia appoints new MD

Liquid fuels and lubricants marketing company, Engen Namibia, has appointed Christian Li as its new Managing Director.

Rinelda’s Diary: Workshops are key

Why is it that local artists like to complain about not getting enough free opportunities to better their craft?

Engen Usakos and Orano Mining happy with tourney

Organisers of the recently hosted sports tournament in Usakos said they are happy with the two-day event that featured several football and netball teams from the region.

Tight security for MTC music fest

Namibia’s biggest mobile operator, MTC, has assured music lovers that they will be able to safely enjoy the 081Every1 Festival scheduled for August 11 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium. 


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