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Celine ready for the challenge

1 day - 16 October 2018 | Youth

Leandrea LouwCeline Penda, a grade 11 learner at Namib High School, was chosen as the new junior mayor of Swakopmund recently.Penda has been serving on...

by Yanna Smith

90s babies are killing it

1 day - 16 October 2018 | Columns

Elizabeth JosephGone are the days when we looked forward to the Windhoek Industrial and Agricultural Show at the Windhoek Showgrounds. By ‘we’ I mean the...

by Yanna Smith

Improving ­education with computers

1 day - 16 October 2018 | Youth

Justicia Shipena First National Bank's FirstRand Namibia Foundation Trust handed over ten computers to Mwandindi-Etuwata Amkongo Primary School on 10 October at the ministry...

by Yanna Smith

German, Namibian learners collaborate

1 day - 16 October 2018 | Youth

Justicia Shipena Ten grade 9 learners from Khomas High School were involved in an interexchange programme with ten learners from Bertolt-Brecht-Gesamtschule (Germany) in Windhoek recently....

by Yanna Smith

Mental health a burden

1 day - 16 October 2018 | Youth

Justicia Shipena The World Health Organisation (WHO), in collaboration with the Namibia University of Science and Technology (Nust), celebrated World Mental Health Day under...

by Yanna Smith

Chess academy goes digital

1 day - 16 October 2018 | Youth

Elizabeth JosephTshoopara Tshoopara, better known as Chops, says chess has become one of the most relevant sports in the 21st century.“We want to see it...

by Yanna Smith

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