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2014-04-18 Fifty-Fifty Gender Representation Possible
[Gender Links]Windhoek -Nora Schimming-Chase, former Namibian Ambassador and Member of Parliament, has expressed her disappointment with the current situation surrounding the lack of positive and progressive action towards a 50-50 initiative on gender representation in Parliament. She made the remarks at the official opening of the Namibia SADC Protocol@Work Summit held on 14 April.

2014-04-18 Oshana Join Erongo At the Top of Group B
[Namibian]OSHANA beat Khomas 1-0 to join Erongo at the top of Group B.

2014-04-18 Ohangwena Trounce Kavango in Thriller
[Namibian]A second half goal from Isak Titus was enough to secure Ohangwena Region a 2 - 1 victory in a pulsating encounter played in front of an appreciative crowd on Friday afternoon.

2014-04-18 Namibia, SA and Westphalia Fight for Points On Good Friday
[Namibian]Namibia lost 2-1 to Ghana on Thursday evening to set up a thrilling group stage finish on Good Friday where they will face Westphalia, who just need a draw to join Ghana in the final, while South Africa is also still in the mix.

2014-04-18 Zambezi, Kunene in Goalless Draw
[Namibian]Zambezi and Kunene were the first teams to walk on the sloping pitch of The Oscar Norich Stadium at The Namibian Newspaper Cup but both teams failed to hit the net.

2014-04-18 Newspaper Cup Gets Underway
[Namibian]THE Namibia Newspaper Cup officially got underway at the Oscar Norich Stadium in Tsumeb on Friday morning, when the Governor of the Oshikoto region Penda Ya Ndakolo declared the tournament open.

2014-04-17 Theatre Sports Crew Invites Alter Egos Suggestions
[New Era]Windhoek -The Theatre Sports crew invites you to come and suggest original alter ego's for local personalities at the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) Cinema next Thursday.

2014-04-17 Taxi Project Gets Up to Speed With Standard Bank
[New Era]In the effort to support road safety amongst taxis in Windhoek, Standard Bank Namibia has joined in the newly launched Top Taxi Project, which was launched by the Mayor of Windhoek Agnes Kafula in Windhoek last week.

2014-04-17 Some Coastal Students to Get Free NAMAs Tickets
[New Era]Windhoek -The Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) is giving away 400 tickets to students at the coast to ensure that they get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to attend this year's NAMAS grand finale awards ceremony.

2014-04-17 Food and Wine Fest... Re-Pumps Live Into Capital
[New Era]The two days whining, dinning and feasting. This is what the Namibia Food And Wine Festival was all about. And indeed it lived to expectation with those privy to reflecting on it as having been splendid, exciting, mouth-watering and a very sociable occasion for all, especially foodies and music lovers.

2014-04-17 Zambia's Organized Family Launch Album in Namibia This Saturday
[New Era]They have taken the Namibian music scene by storm wooing fans across all tribes in the land of the brave with their captivating live acts as well as their fascinating lyrics.

2014-04-17 Fastest Endure Race Draws Big Turnout
[New Era]Motoring reporter Round three of the Bank Windhoek Namibia National Enduro Series, which concluded in the rolling red dunes of Aranos last weekend, was the fastest race on the Enduro Series calendar in terms of lap times.

2014-04-17 Jackson Wahengo Launches Debut Album At the Warehouse Theatre
[New Era]Namibian Reggae and Shambo artist, Jackson Wahengo is launching his debut 14-track album titled Akutu Hewa next Friday at the Warehouse Theatre.

2014-04-17 Down Music Memory Lane - Ugly Creatures, Namibia's Live Music Brand of All Time
[New Era]One of Namibia's most recognisable live music bands in years gone by, and currently, Ugly Creatures, began life at the Martin Luther High School in 1970 after music crazy boys from the Garden town of Okahandja teamed up to embark on a journey that would capture the imagination of local music followers for years.

2014-04-17 Rauha Is Miss Dapp
[New Era]The cultural festival for the DAPP Outapi Vocational Training Centre is aimed at motivating young ladies to showcase their modeling talents and to open up this fast-growing industry in Namibia to them. The organiser of the cultural festival at the centre, Scholastika Embashu, says the event was meant to celebrate culture since DAPP Outapi VTS is a multi-cultural centre with trainees coming from different tribes and cultural background"We hold these cultural festivals every year and we are happy that Miss C

2014-04-17 Spanish to Drop Our Government
[New Era]Namibian multi-talented artist, Haitota Paulus, popularly known as Spanish, will drop his debut album titled Our Government early next month.

2014-04-17 Fashion Show Displays Creativity, Exquisite Attires
[New Era]The Aesthetic Fusion fashion show at Street Cuisine, Sanlam Building courtyard on Saturday was a spectacle of exquisite creative attires and other fashion accessories presented by a number of designers.

2014-04-17 Camille Rewinds to Screen At the FNCC
[New Era]Windhoek -The Franco Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) brings you the movie screening of 'Camille redoubles' (Camille Rewinds) next Wednesday.

2014-04-17 Schieffer Questions Evidence Used in Conviction
[New Era]Windhoek -Double murder convict Romeo Schieffer wants leave from the court to appeal both his conviction and the 48-year sentence he received in the Windhoek High Court late last year. Schieffer was convicted of killing both his parents Frans and Fransiena Schieffer, both 50 years old at the time of their demise, at their house in Khomasdal on January 18, 2008. Schieffer's lawyer Advocate Winnie Christians said that although a trial judge may have justifiable problems in deciding whether a judgment he had handed dow

2014-04-17 Politics of Development or Greediness and Avarice?
[New Era]Tjiparuro "KAPIKA Royal House chief removed," the New Era daily ran as one of our front-page leads about two weeks ago, presumably being among the few local news media houses to announce to the country, and the world at large, the unseating of the traditional leader, Hikumuine Kapika, who with his people inhabit part of the Epupa constituency in the Kunene Region.

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