Neff Supports Swakop Land Grabbers
[Namibian]REPRESENTATIVES of the Namibian Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) drove from Windhoek to Swakopmund on Friday to pledge their support toward the land grabbing at the coastal town, which started on Wednesday.
Once a Politician Always a Politician - Namwandi
[New Era]BEING at the helm of the Ministry of Education for 22 months as minister, Dr David Namwandi, who is number 89 on the Swapo list for its candidates for the National Assembly shared some of his major achievements with senior New Era journalist, Albertina Nakale, in a wide-ranging interview on some of the highlights and the challenges facing the country's education system.
The Slow Death of Swift Justice in Namibia
[Namibian]ALARM bells started ringing for the criminal division of Namibia's High Court early this year. The alarm has not stopped sounding yet.
[Namibian]SADLY this is our final printed edition for 2014. Namibians will have to wait until 5 January 2015 to get their hands on the first edition of their favourite paper of the new year.
Shokonawa's Status Under the Spotlight
[New Era]Namibia's self-proclaimed internationally acclaimed long distance runner, one Gabriel Shokonowa, is at it again!
Jazzy Suzy Is Back
[New Era]Namibian Jazzist, Suzy Eises, is back in the country volunteering in Kenya for 18 months.
Oshikango Set for Foreign Invasion
[New Era]The usually business boozing northern town of Oshikango, holed up on the Namibian/Angolan border will be a hive of activity tomorrow night when a significant chunk of the country's leading professional boxers climb in the ring to trade leather against foreign opponents in crucial career-defining bouts.
Exit Leaves Eenhana Fans Craving for More
[New Era]David Shikalepo popularly known as Exit, one of the much acclaimed Kwaito artists in Namibia brought the curtain down here on the 2014 Castle Lite Summer Parties promotion held at a popular waterhole, Trust Bar, with a five star performance on Thursday night supported by Boet, S4shoo, LMT and Nestor Fly Bek.
B 1 Dates Katima This Festive Season
[New Era]The Zambian renowned artist, Bruce Simbwalanga, better known in music circles and on stage as B 1, tomorrow shares the stage with Katima Mulilo local artists in the Ngweze Community Hall to celebrate this year's festive season in style.
Africa Must Boycott Racist Russia
[New Era]The decision by the Russian Football Union to ban an African footballer, Gabonese midfielder Guelor Kanga on the books of FC Rostov for three matches for having shown an offensive gesture towards fans who racially abused him, calls for serious scrutiny.
Hotshots to Raise Funds for Cancer Patients
[New Era]The 2014 Big Brother Hot Shots housemates plan fundraising for cancer patients at the Windhoek Central Hospital.
Nama Designs Adorn Cultural Festival
[New Era]Whilst we try to preserve our natural resources and protect our national heritage, many cultural groups have jumped to the opportunity to reap economic benefits from their respective cultural cuisines and clothing.
Fifteen Local Designers to Grace Fashion Show
[New Era]Fifteen fashion designers from all over Namibia are to host a memorable fashion show, The 2015 Fashion Show, on December 27 at Bennies Entertainment Park in Ongwediva.
Traditional Medicines Feature At Festival
[New Era]A traditional healer from the bZambezi region, Dr Chiboto displayed a variety of herbal and traditional medicines.
Multichoice Unlocks a New World
[New Era]Windhoek -Sport, movies, series and so much more is now available anytime, anywhere, thanks to DStv Now, a new App across Africa that allows subscribers to watch Live TV, enjoy DStv Catch Up and view the TV Guide from their mobile phones and tablets.
Multichoice Has Unveiled Single View DStv HD Decoder
[New Era]Windhoek -MultiChoice last Friday unveiled yet another innovation milestone in Namibia with the launch of its first HD single view decoder. The DStv HD Decoder delivers great HD signals and Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound accessible to DStv subscribers. It replace the existing standard definition single view decoder.
IUM Cleared of False Allegations
[New Era]Windhoek -Following recent media reports about allegations of improper issuance of qualifications and improper conduct by officials of the International University of Management (IUM), the institution appointed an internal investigation committee to probe the claims.
Tribalism Remarks Irk Patient
[New Era]A female patient has lodged a complaint of tribalism with the Keetmanshoop State Hospital after a medical rehabilitation officer allegedly made derogatory remarks.
Putin Keen to Work With Geingob
[New Era]Isolated president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, has expressed keen interest in working with Namibian president-elect Dr Hage Geingob who will take over the country's presidency in March next year.
2015 Must Be Beginning of a New Beginning
[New Era]AS the year 2014 comes to a close thus heralding 2015, one cannot be sure what this year has been all about and if there is anything to be excited about except for one's unfulfilled resolutions and dreams that eluded us.