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5 December 2023

Release me, Shanghala tells court

FORMER Cabinet minister and minister of justice Sacky Shanghala urged the Windhoek High Court at the Windhoek Correctional Facility to release...

More men die than women

THE Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) has revealed that more men die yearly than women. According to the agency’s ‘Mortality and Causes of Deaths’ report released...

Short-term employment visas at home affairs headquarters, online only

The Ministry of Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety and Security says recent media reports that short-term employment permits are now available at various border posts...

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Namaf defends tariff decision

The Namibian Association of Medical Aid Funds (Namaf) remains resolute in its stance to uphold the standard tariffs of 2023, despite criticism over a...

Men encouraged to seek help

Namibian men have been asked to seek help when they are facing challenges or are emotionally under pressure. This came during the third national men’s...
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Kenyan marathon aces Kipchoge and Kiptum to go head-to-head in Paris

Two-time Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge and world record holder Kelvin Kiptum were on Monday named in Kenya's provisional marathon team for next year's...

Clinical Stars take charge

African Stars remained at the top of the Debmarine Namibia Premiership log after thrashing Young Brazilians 10-0 on Saturday, but FC Ongos and Khomas...



Treason charge awaits terrorism accused

A Grootfontein resident arrested on charges under Namibia’s 2014 anti-terrorism law will also be charged with high treason, a prosecutor said in the Windhoek...

School secretary, pupil get N$1 000 bail for examination papers theft

A school secretary (31) from Leinge Private School and a pupil (17) from Oneheke Combined School in the Omusati region, who were arrested on...

School secretary, pupil arrested at Omusati for stealing national exam papers

A school secretary (31) from Leinge Private School and a pupil (17) from Oneheke Combined School in the Omusati region were arrested on Monday...

Police officers under investigation for assault, theft

An unspecified number of police officers at Otjiwarongo are under investigation after allegedly assaulting a man and stealing his money on Sunday. The incident happened...
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Namibia strengthens ties with Venezuela

Namibia and Venezuela last Thursday signed an agreement on trade and economic cooperation in an effort to strengthen ties. The agreement was signed by industrialisation...

Namfisa, Cran join forces for sector advancement

The Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (Namfisa) and the Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (Cran) have signed a collaborative agreement aimed at amplifying the...

Thieme honoured with prestigious award in Times Square

Ohlthaver and List (O&L) Group executive chairperson Sven Thieme was awarded the international executive chairman of the year award by the International Association of...

The Importance of Farmers Keeping Rainfall Records

The central, north-central, eastern, southern, and north-eastern regions of Namibia have received some showers, marking the beginning of the 2023/24 rainy season. Farmers often get...
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Energy Centre

Energy Centre

New albums to put different spin on holidays

This week we highlight some of the recently dropped...
Energy Centre

Geingob courts billions for green hydrogen

President Hage Geingob has asked world leaders to invest billions into Namibia’s efforts to make its green hydrogen initiative a reality, as well as...

Local consumption of charcoal still minimal

Namibia’s charcoal exports accounted for 12,5% of total agricultural exports on average from 2009 to 2018. From 2009 to 2020 its exports have contributed some...



New albums to put different spin on holidays

This week we highlight some of the recently dropped...

‘Avatar 3’ will be in post production for two years – with last film in series set to drop in 2031

James Cameron will spend two years on “post production” for ‘Avatar 3’. The 69-year-old filmmaker has given an update on the upcoming movie - which...