Sowing into the future

3 weeks ago - 18 June 2020 | Youth

The Namibia National Students Organisation (Nanso) in the Oshana region recently set up a vegetable garden at Dr Frans Aupa Indongo Special School in Okandjengedi.The...

Pick n Pay retrenchment can...

3 weeks ago - 18 June 2020 | Business

Pick n Pay, a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group and employer of 1931 employees at its 22 retail stores across Namibia, has...

Kamfer’s powerful planning

3 weeks ago - 18 June 2020 | Banking

Jeane Kamfer has proven that with determination and perseverance, anything is possible if you believe in who you are and what you can do. Kamfer...

The power of the pen...

3 weeks ago - 18 June 2020 | Youth

I Am The Key Children Media invites children between the age of 7 and 16 to enter the second Namibia Children Writing Competition before 30...

Trip Travel lends a helping...

3 weeks ago - 18 June 2020 | Education

With online learning demanding schools to react promptly to technology, schools were left with no choice but to pull all strings together. Trip Travel, which...

Stronger together

3 weeks ago - 12 June 2020 | People

Bendelene van Wyk is the senior administrator at the Swakopmund regional office of the Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF). She strives to create opportunities...

Business leadership during a crisis

4 weeks ago - 12 June 2020 | Business

MBO MENA LUVINDAO Merriam-Webster defines a crisis as "an unstable or difficult time or state of affairs". It is unplanned or uncontrolled change. During times...

Face-to-face learning to resume earlier...

4 weeks ago - 10 June 2020 | Education

The resumption of face-to-face learning is set to commence soon after Dr Itah Kandjii Murangi, who is the Minister of Higher education, Technology and Innovation...

Higher education ministry to subsidise...

1 month - 08 June 2020 | Education

Through partnership with the Namibia Student Financial Assistance fund (NSFAF), students who’s parents’ incomes fall below N$350 000 per year and those who are identified...

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