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WINDHOEK – President Dr Hage Geingob has once again hinted at a complete and possibly dramatic overhaul at his next Cabinet reshuffle by declaring 2018 as the year of reckoning. Speaking at the year end press con­ference held at State House yesterday, Geingob noted that while 2016 was the “...

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NSFAF trouble to be outdated

Thursday, December 14, 2017 - 09:00
The Minister of Higher Education,Training and Innovation,Itah Kandji-Murangi, announced that the Namibian Student Financial
Assistance Fund would be dissolved as an independent entity and will now be a directorate under the ministry.

Editorial

AFRICA’S INEQUALITIES IN EDUCATION

Thursday, December 14, 2017 - 09:30
At the dawn of independence, incoming African leaders were quick to prioritise education on their development agendas. Attaining universal primary education, they maintained, would help post-independence Africa lift itself out of abject poverty.

Northern

Tsumeb celebrates Olympic Day

FUTURE OLYMPIANS: Learners enjoying themselves. Photo contributed
Thursday, June 29, 2017 - 12:15
The event, which was organised by the Olympic Committee of Namibia, together with the Municipality of Tsumeb, attracted closed to 41 schools from the Oshikoto Region.

Coastal

Another arrest in Henties mayor case

UNDERHANDED: Herman Honeb. Photo contributed
Thursday, July 6, 2017 - 13:45
A SECOND person was arrested for dealing in stolen goods in a case linked to Henties Bay mayor, Herman Honeb.
Police swooped in on the mayor of Henties Bay about two weeks ago after he was implicated in a case of dealing in suspected stolen goods.

Speed

Affordable cars

THRIVING: Auto Link Namibia (inset) Joe Zhaol, the owner and Managing Director of Auto Link Namibia.  Photo: Zorena Jantze
Thursday, June 15, 2017 - 14:00
Most Namibians marvel at the thought of owning a modern car, however shy away from the prospect as the generally high prices of new car models are bound to leave their pockets empty for unending periods due to debt traps. 

Entertainment

#METOO MOVEMENT HITS NAMIBIA

Thursday, December 14, 2017 - 09:45
WINDHOEK - There are host of reasons why women who report sexual misconduct, including unwanted advances by their bosses, to
groping and forced sex acts, are not believed.