TWENTY Khoe residents of Western Caprivi, recruited with the blessing of the Deputy Minister in the Office of the President, Royal /Ui/o/oo ,and a senior official in the officeof the Vice President, Ben Gubaro, are stranded in Windhoek with their employer, Retired...



WBF to review ‘Tyson’’s fight

Thursday, June 30, 2016 - 16:15
Boxer Betuel “Tyson” Uushona is no longer the same boxer he was in 2004when he beat retired boxer Paulus’ Ali’ Numbembe to win his first boxing crown, the Namibian Welterweight title.


The Generation War

Thursday, June 30, 2016 - 17:00
now have to support 4,3 old people, and by 2050, every 10 working age individuals will have to support 7,1 retirees. In the US, every 10 workers now have to support 2,2 retirees, and that will double to 3,7 retirees by 2050.


Youth maintains Tsumeb’s clean record

Thursday, June 30, 2016 - 16:30

A group made up of the local youth of Tsumeb is showing that unemployment needs not be the end all for the jobless as they embarked on a business venture to keep the cleanest town in Namibia spotless.


Namibia/Angola sign fishing agreements

Thursday, June 30, 2016 - 16:45
The Governments of Namibia and Angola will henceforth pool their resources to ensure the sustainability of its marine resources through better management and controlled development.


Find serenity at Pupkewitz Auto

Thursday, June 30, 2016 - 16:30
Pupkewitz has launched their first, out of ten envisaged second-hand dealerships in Windhoek with the purpose of enlarging their footprint in second-hand vehicle dealings with a difference.