Youth

More hope for deaf children

1 week ago - 12 November 2019 | Youth

In its 30th anniversary year, the Association for Children with Language, Speech and Hearing Impairments of Namibia (CLaSH) completed a new building on the premises of NISE’s School for the Hearing Impaired. Based on an...

Fairy godmother waves her wand

1 week ago - 12 November 2019 | Youth

Ester KamatiMatric farewell is one night that leaves lasting memories and is a much-anticipated event for most learners. After having worked on matric farewells for a good three years, it dawned on Renee van Wyk...

Serving the community

1 week ago - 12 November 2019 | Youth

In most parts of Namibia, young people who aren’t pursuing studies are wandering the streets in search of jobs. In such cases, vocational skills come to the rescue. One small enterprise that is giving young...

Maltas assists Havana

2 weeks ago - 05 November 2019 | Youth

In partnership with Come Namibia Photographers, the Maltas Club team visited the Havana informal settlement and handed over clothing items as well as schoolbags to community members. “Volunteerism is a way through which I try...

A beacon of hope

2 weeks ago - 05 November 2019 | Youth

Justicia Shipena Due to lack of work experience, many young people struggle to enter the labour market, hence the Namibia University of Science and Technology (Nust) introduced the Work Integrated Learning (WIL) course,...

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Regstelling

2 weeks ago - 05 November 2019 | Youth

Op 28 Oktober 2019 het The Zone in die berig “Terug na die begin” verkeerdelik berig Mej. Namibië het besoek by Hoërskool Delta afgelê, pleks...

Hupstoot vir navorsing oor kleinste kat

2 weeks ago - 05 November 2019 | Youth

Justicia ShipenaAus Motors het op 31 Oktober 'n voertuig ter waarde van N$260 000 aan die Namibië Universiteit vir Wetenskap en Tegnologie (Nust) in Windhoek...

Learners awarded for academic excellence

2 weeks ago - 05 November 2019 | Youth

Leandrea Louw The next awards ceremony was slated for yesterday, where all outstanding arts learners were awarded. Half honorary colours were awarded to...

Learning made fun

2 weeks ago - 05 November 2019 | Youth

Pre-primary learners at Narraville Primary School in Walvis Bay visited the Namibian Pie Company last week. The company produces about 7 000 pies a...

Saying farewell to our HODs

3 weeks ago - 29 October 2019 | Youth

By Jemimah Mangaba It is a sad time for Academia Secondary School as we bid farewell to two of our very own teachers, parents, mentors...

Green.

3 weeks ago - 29 October 2019 | Youth

By: Timmy Kahiha Grass is green, so is my school uniform but what about my soul?Choosing growth over pain isn’t anything near keeping your lips...

AN AWARD TO SUCCESS

3 weeks ago - 29 October 2019 | Youth

By Jemimah MangabaOn the 25th of September 2019, Academia Secondary School hosted their annual Prize giving ceremony at the school hall, the event was hosted...

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Gimtasties!

1 day - 19 November 2019 | Sports

Mariselle StofbergDie gasheer van die Securitas Privaatskole Sportnaweek (PSN) 2020 is Tsumeb Gimnasium en die reëlings is getref vir dié jaarlikse hoogtepunt. “Volgende jaar...

by Mariselle Stofberg

Make way for the PillowChick

1 day - 19 November 2019 | People

Ester Kamati Julia Ndeilenga has turned her love for décor into a thriving pillow business, with her merchandise now decorating Nictus’ shelves in Windhoek.Walvis Bay...

by Ester Kamati

The ball is in your...

1 day - 19 November 2019 | Sports

Elizabeth Joseph “On top of that we will continue providing up-skilling opportunities to our coaches and umpires to improve netball in the Khomas region,”...

by ELIZABETH JOSEPH

Stronger together

1 day - 19 November 2019 | Sports

Bridging the Gap is a tournament for u17 netball and u15 football boys, created by Debmarine using sport as a tool to reach the country’s...

by Mariselle Stofberg

The Zone asked learners what...

1 day - 19 November 2019 | Opinion

Anna Jannell SemI would definitely choose to have a photographic memory. I wouldn’t have to study and memorise notes at all, because I’d always think...

by Ester Kamati

Yes, I am upset!

1 day - 19 November 2019 | Columns

Ester Kamati“Why are black women so angry?” some may ask, as if we don’t have the right to be. I am still amused by the...

by Ester Kamati

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