The first ever “Made in Namibia” business expo has started on Tuesday in the capital with the aim to promote knowledge-sharing and networking among the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and showcase Namibian products by small scale local manufactures. Today is the last day of the expo.
Rössing Uranium is currently in its fifth year of a seven-year waste stripping programme that aims at improving the mine’s production output by 2014.
An incident where a teacher admitted to the assault of a four year-old boy at the United Reforming Church’s Pikkewyntjie pre-primary school in Swakopmund recently was the last straw to break the camel’s back, leaving an entire congregation to sink into an abyss of division and mistrust. Some believe the church has many more skeletons in the closet, including further incidents of assault on children and abuse of power positions.
The Erongo Region’s outgoing police commander, Commissioner Festus Shilongo, has vowed to use his last month at the helm of law enforcement in the region to bring the battle to the criminals instead of waiting for them to target people.
If you park your car wrongly, you will receive the fine our law provides for. If you steal, the prison awaits you.
Every year during stocktaking most government ministries write off chairs, stools and benches. If one checks the condition of these items it turns out that some can still be utilised or only need some fixing here and there.
The universities are always in search of those people to be appointed as chancellors who possess the values, personality characteristics and integrity in addition to academic excellence and administrative experience. Finding the right person to fit into the chancellor’s position is very important, not only in the interest of the university, but also in the interest of the community and nation building, as thousands of students observe this leadership position with high expectations as someone who contributes directly to their future.
Muyongo and other African leaders usually underestimate the intelligence of their followers. It was because of Muyongo that Brendan Simbwaye came back from Zambia to address a meeting at Ngweze township in Caprivi, yet at that time he had already arranged with the South African security officers to apprehend him, so as to pave a way for him to be a leader of CANU in Zambia before merging into SWAPO.
The marriage of well-known music producer Elvo Diergaardt and his wife Lovey, the personal assistant at Gazza Music Production (GMP) is now history. The couple has given up hope on saving their love since Elvo has moved out of the house and filed for divorce.
Strauss Lunyangwe, a.k.a. Mr. Makoya, started his solo music career in 2009. He was initially a member of the now defunct Matongo Family.