Stunning Performances At Senior National Athletics
[Namibian] ATHLETICS fans were treated to some outstanding performances at the Senior National Athletics Championships in Windhoek on Saturday.
Unam Beat Falcons to Remain Unbeaten
[Namibian] UNAM maintained their lead at the top of the Rugby Premier League log as well as their unbeaten status after beating Reho Falcon 36-15 in Rehoboth on Saturday.
Namibian Carried Drugs From Brazil to South Africa
[Namibian] THE Namibian woman who was denied bail in a South African magistrate's court on Tuesday will formally apply on 25 April.
Namibia 9th in Continent's Investment Destination Rankings
[Namibian] NAMIBIA has been ranked the 9th most attractive economy for investments flowing into Africa.
Mother Denied Bail Over Child's Death
[Namibian] ZENOBIA Seas (32), the woman accused of killing her daughter at the coast, failed in her formal bail application at the Swakopmund Magistrate's Court yesterday.
'Tourism Sector Will Employ 64 000 By 2022'
[New Era] Ongwediva -Namibia's tourism sector will grow vigorously and would employ 64 160 people by 2022, according to predictions contained in the drafted Fifth National Development Plan (NDP5).
Cabinet Approves Marine Pollution Contingency Plan
[New Era] Windhoek -Cabinet has approved the new draft National Marine Pollution Contingency Plan (NMPCP) to better deal with marine pollution, not only from oil spills in Namibian waters but also from hazardous and noxious substances.
Schools Expel 96 Over-Aged Repeaters
[Namibian] TWO schools in the Kavango East region have expelled 96 over-aged Grade 10 and Grade 12 repeaters. Kavango East education director Fanuel Kapapero told The Namibian yesterday that the expelled pupils were attending Shamangorwa Senior Secondary School and Mayara Combined School.
Community Fears That Bestiality Suspect Might Attack Kids
[New Era] Windhoek -Residents of Damara Location in Katutura are living in fear that a man known for having sexual intercourse with dogs in the area might turn to children to quench his insatiable thirst for sex.
Six to Stand Trial for Conspired Murder
[New Era] Windhoek -The trial date is set for the woman who confessed to have conspired and hired men to kill her husband in Windhoek's Goreangab area in 2015.
Housebreak-Ins Now Rife
[New Era] Windhoek -Residents in Katutura and Khomasdal do not inform the police to keep an eye on their properties when they travel over the holiday, the City Police has said.
Zinc Mine Workers Down Tools
[New Era] Rosh Pinah -Production at the Rosh Pinah Zinc Corporation's mine came to a standstill yesterday after workers refused to work, saying they are fed up with the management's failure to address their concerns.
Chinese Firm Employees Try to Smuggle in Cigarettes
[New Era] Walvis Bay -Three employees of China Harbour Construction Company (CHEC), which is currently busy with the expansion of the Port of Walvis Bay, were caught red-handed by customs officials while trying to smuggle in Chinese cigarettes through the local airport last Friday.
Mariental Municipality to Help Illegal Squatters
[New Era] Mariental -Mariental Municipality will have to raise funds to provide services, such as sewage reticulation and electricity for residents who illegally constructed structures on municipal land in areas such as Takarania and Nuwe Lokasie.
Police Constable Sentenced to 25 Years
[New Era] Windhoek -Police constable Justin Munsu Simataa, 31, was sentenced to 25 years behind bars in the Windhoek High Court yesterday for gunning down Canadian-born Firmino Fabrice Mael outside a Windhoek bar four years ago.
From Airtime Vendor to Bible Seller
[Namibian] WHEN Zimbabwe's economy collapsed some years back, many of the country's citizens were left unemployed, and with very few economic opportunities.
Low-Level Stall Probable Cause of Plane Crash
[Namibian] NO INDICATIONS that a mechanical defect or malfunction was the cause of the plane crash in which three pilots were killed at Hosea Kutako International Airport early last year could be found during the official investigation of the accident.
Namibian Drug Mule Arrested
[Namibian] A NAMIBIAN woman was denied bail in a South African court on Wednesday after she was arrested for possession of cocaine worth N$2 million.
U-10 Cricket Team Hosts Namibia
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Under-19 side will host the Namibia Under-19s for five youth one-day international matches scheduled for Harare next week. The series is set to start with the first game on Monday with the second match pencilled in for the following day. Both matches will be played at Harare Sports Club, which will also host the third match next Thursday. Action will move to Takashinga Sports Club when the two sides clash in the fourth youth ODI on April 29, before the fifth and final match of the series playe
From Maggot to the Dining Table
[Namibian] AFTER visiting his farm recently to find out how potential fly farming producers are trained, The Namibian asked Netcor founder Johan van der Merwe to explain in detail what this type of farming entails, and how beneficial it is to the animal feed industry.