Movember - Beards Celebrate Men's Support for Cancer Awareness
[Namibia Economist] The Cancer Association of Namibia announced this Friday, 02 December 2016, the close of the MOVEMBER campaign, describing it as a huge success. Paratus Telecom supported the campaign as main sponsor with a very substantial N$100,000 contribution.
Cricket Team Wins in Namibia
[The Herald] Trent Jayden's unbeaten 59 powered Zimbabwe Under-19s to a seven-wicket win over Namibia Under-19s in the first of the two-match Twenty20 series between the two sides at Windhoek's United Ground yesterday. Zimbabwe won the toss and sent the hosts to bat first and Albert van der Merwe and Lohan Louwrens opened Nambia's batting with promise, putting on 33 in just under three overs, before Louwrens (11) was caught by Jayden off a Kundai Tigere delivery.
Beach Volleyball Signs Landmark Partnerships
[Namibian] The Namibian Volleyball Federation (NVF) has announced a landmark partnership with Refuse Solutions and The Dome Swakopmund.
A Long Wait Ends for Namibia
[CAF] The Brave Warriors of Namibia have managed to fight their way up in the FIFA Coca-Cola World Rankings from 118th in October to 98th in November. It is the first time they can boast to being one of the best 100 teams in the world since November 2001, when they had the same position.
Namibia Aims for 50/50 Gender Balance Before 2030
[Namibian] NAMIBIA aims to implement the 50/50 policy in line with the Southern African Development Community Protocol on Gender and Development before the set deadline lapses in 2030.
Chaka Chaka Records for W/Bay Charity
[New Era] Award-winning South African songstress and Unicef Goodwill Ambassador, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, is currently recording a song in Walvis Bay with the Walvis Sunshine Centre that cares for 108 disabled and mentally challenged children.
Rising Star Jaleel On His Debut Album 'Ever Sins Eve'
[Namibian] OGOPA Butterfly's rising R&B star, Jaleel, best known for his hit song 'Block Block' which is already making waves on radio, stole the show on Tuesday at the official launch of his new album 'Ever Sins Eve'.
Namibia Has Fond Memories of Castro, Cubans
[Focac] Windhoek -Namibians adore the late Cuban leader Fidel Castro here in Namibia where a street was named after him in the capital Windhoek.
Murder Convict Opens Up
[New Era] Windhoek -Murder convict Manuel Alberto da Silva on Friday spoke about his unstable past that led to the coldblooded murder of his girlfriend and mother of his child on New Year's Eve 2003.
Rhino Horn Smuggling Probe
[Namibian] THE Namibia Airports Company is investigating how a Chinese national carrying 18 rhino horns went through the security points at the Hosea Kutako International Airport.
Karas Has Massive Untapped Solar Potential
[New Era] Keetmanshoop -Karas Governor Lucia Basson says if the region's massive solar potential is harnessed and unlocked //Karas has the potential to supply electricity to the entire Namibia and could even produce surplus power for export to other countries.
Crowning of Miss Plus Size Set for Friday
[New Era] Windhoek -The second edition of the Miss Plus Size International beauty pageant is set to take place at the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre on Friday.
Suspects in Wildlife Trade Case Vanish
[New Era] Windhoek -A Chinese and an Indian national arrested with four other suspects in connection with illegal trade and possession of wild life products, worth N$598 000, are nowhere to be found.
Smuggled Rhino Horns Detected At Airport
[New Era] Windhoek -An investigation is being conducted into how and why security personnel at Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA) allowed 28-year-old Zhiwei Ye, a Chinese national, to board a plane to Hong Kong via Johannesburg after rhino horns were detected in his luggage.
Leaders Hail Historic Role of Castro
[New Era] Windhoek -President Hage Geingob this week remembered the late Cuban leader, Fidel Castro, by reflecting on the Cubans' role in the historic Battle of Cuito Cuanavale in Angola, widely regarded as the hammer blow that broke the back of South African military aggression and forced the apartheid regime to the negotiation table.
Windhoek Loses Hundrends of Millions in 3 Years
[Namibian] THREE City of Windhoek departments lost over N$1,7 billion between 2012 and 2014, reports by the auditor general indicate.
New Customer Care System From FNB
[New Era] Windhoek -FNB Namibia recently revealed their new customer care system, which is designed to streamline compliments, complaints and queries logging and management. "This, however, is not all on the customer service front," says national service manager Linda Shininge.
Diabetes Awareness Inadequate
[New Era] Windhoek -Despite killing 24 people every minute worldwide, there is an inadequate awareness of diabetes amongst Namibians, a medical doctor has told New Era.
Tips for SMEs This Holiday Season
[New Era] Windhoek -Many businesses experience a decrease in trading activity during the holiday season. Due to this, some SMEs temporarily close their businesses during the holidays to allow their staff to take a well-deserved rest.
Coastal Residents Walk for Road Safety
[Namibian] ABOUT eight hundred residents from different coastal church denominations teamed up on Saturday to walk from Swakopmund and Walvis Bay to Dolphin Beach.