Two Dangerous Fugitives Rearrested
[New Era] Windhoek -An intelligence-driven investigation by the police culminated in the rearrest yesterday morning in Windhoek of two dangerous fugitives who had escaped from the Gobabis Police Station holding cells.
Namibia Technically On the Brink of Recession - Kavari
[New Era] The Namibian economy finds itself at a critical and precarious juncture, as the days of 5 to 6 percent growth rates - spurred on by accommodative fiscal and monetary policy - are no more.
Access to Information a Luxury for Some - Tweya
[New Era] Windhoek -Minister of Information and Communication Technology Tjekero Tweya has reiterated government's commitment to ensuring access to information, but believes it is a sad reality that many Namibians do not have access to information because of their socio-economic status.
Top SA Retailers to Open Doors in Otjinene
[New Era] Windhoek -The recently proclaimed Otjinene Village in the Omaheke Region will soon house top South African retailers, including Shoprite, Pep Stores and Style.
Spyl Must Welcome Back 'Swapo Four' - Khomas Youth
[New Era] Windhoek -The Khomas branch of the Swapo Party Youth League (SPYL) has urged its national youth leadership to officially welcome back the so-called 'Swapo four' - Dr Elijah Ngurare, Job Amupanda, George Kambala and Dimbulukeni Nauyoma - who survived being kicked out of the ruling party for good.
Teachers Give Govt Ultimatum Over Wage Demands
[New Era] Windhoek -Teachers in Khomas Region yesterday vented their anger over what they termed 'delaying tactics' by government regarding their wage demands, and have given their employer until today to finalise the strike rules.
I Won't Interfere in Zim Affairs, Says Namibia's Geingob
[News24Wire] Namibian President Hage Geingob has refused to criticise President Robert Mugabe, saying that his country would not interfere in Zimbabwe's national affairs, a report said on Wednesday.
Sisterpads Quiz Night Highlights Culture
[New Era] Windhoek -As part of Heritage Week, the Quiz Night for SisterPads at the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) tomorrow night focuses on Namibian and international cultural heritage.
Hard Work Earns Grade 12 Learner Academic Award
[New Era] Hard work, commitment and perseverance are what earned Elizabeth Malakia, a Grade 12 learner at the Angra Pequena Senior Secondary School, the Dux award for 2016.
Booze At Trade Fairs Worries Church Youth
[New Era] Windhoek -The Church of Africa Youth League has called for a reduction in alcohol sales at trade fairs and expos across the country.
Tribute to the Late Politician Shihepo
[New Era] The late Aaron Shihepo, pictured at a time he served as Swapo deputy secretary of foreign affairs during the Swapo Consultative Conference on Namibia's independence held at Kabwe, Zambia, October 1988.
Financial Services Firm MMI Holdings Invites School Leavers to Apply
[New Era] Windhoek -Leading financial services group MMI Holdings Namibia is recruiting school leavers and jobseekers for its innovative new Cadet Trainee Leadership Programme.
'Struggle Kids' Help Commendable
[New Era] President Hage Geingob was again shoved into the spotlight this week after his leaked letter to Labour Minister Erkki Nghimtina became a social media sensation.
U.S. Trip Has Its Positives
[New Era] A lot has been said about President Hage Geingob's trip to the USA, where he is to, amongst others, address the 71st session of United Nations General Assembly.
Teachers, We Need Urgent Consensus
[New Era] Government and teachers are at crossroads regarding clashing perspectives on the educators' salary hike.
Namibia to Focus Relations With Seychelles in Fishing and Tourism - New High Commissioner
[Seychelles News Agency] Victoria -Namibia will focus bilateral cooperation with Seychelles on the fishing and tourism industries, the newly accredited High Commissioner said.
New Namibian High Commissioner to Seychelles Accredited
[Government of Seychelles] New Namibian High Commissioner to Seychelles, H.E. Mr. Veiccoh K. Nghiwete presented his credentials to President James Michel at State House this morning.
Neglected Academic Subjects - the Root Cause
[New Era] The recently conducted National Conference on Agriculture, Life Science and Biology has prompted the writing of this opinion piece. At the very onset, I would like to bestow a vote of appreciation and admiration to individuals whose mindset crafted the realisation of such a long overdue national conference on neglected subjects. Thanks to the leadership.
Nanso Acts Against Noise Pollution During Exams
[New Era] Windhoek -The Namibian National Students Organisation (Nanso) Khomas regional executive committee is taking action against noise pollution emanating from shebeens, especially in Katutura, during the national examination period for grades 10 and 12.
Meta Has the Crowd On Their Feet
[New Era] Windhoek -Upcoming hip hop artist Meta delivered a stunning performance on Friday night at Acoustic Friday at the Franco Namibian Cultural Centre.