THE Ongwediva Annual Trade Fair (OATF) baby competition has proved to be a popular event among mothers, with a recorded 32 baby entries this year.
THIRTY-NINE years ago, German national Folker Berner, equipped a handful of disadvantaged Namibians with the technical know-how to weave elaborate rugs and work for his carpet making business in Omitara.
RESIDENTS of the Evululuko informal settlement desperately seeking to rebuild their lives and homes following the devastating floods earlier this year have accused the Oshakati Town Council of hampering development by denying them building plans.
THE Northern town of Okahoa, in the Omusati region, will soon house a multi-million dollar commercial centre.
WHEN Naylo De Jesus and his best friend, Rabi Medeiros, had a moment of shinning brilliance to open a club that would redefine the way night clubs are perceived in the North, never in their wildest dreams did they think their vision would become a reality.
THE economically thriving town of Oshikango, which has recently been making headlines over land squabbles, is fast becoming a business hub infested with garbage and parasites.
ALTHOUGH Tsumeb remains the only fully developed town in the Oshikoto region, the decision to relocate the Regional Council Offices to the newly proclaimed town of Omuthiya was taken after broad consultations with various stakeholders.
CONVICTION, drive and dedication: It takes all three to survive in an industry where Hip-Hop has seemingly taken a backseat to the ever popular Kwaito genre, according to Jacque Titus, aka J.T.
THE speedy economic growth in the border town of Oshikango has fuelled an ugly scramble for land in the town, largely by Asian entrepreneurs and senior Northern businesspeople.
WITH just over a week to go before the official kickoff of this year’s Ongwediva Annual Trade Fair, hype, flair and glamour has bombarded the residents of the north, as yet another milestone event unfolds in the region.
THE regional court in Oshakati has acquitted northern businesswoman and owner of the popular Santorini Inn, Anita Devenish of charges concerning the illegal execution of a vehicle she allegedly put on auction, without prior permission from the court.
FRUSTRATION, anger and demoralisation are some of the emotions faced by several newly appointed teachers in state-owned schools, who claim they are yet to receive their first salaries from Government since they joined the public education sector early this year.
A RIVER of confusion concerning correct taxi fares is running deep in the northern towns of Namibia as some taxi drivers have begun ripping off dozens of unsuspecting passengers, by charging them N$8.00 per ride.