THE Namibian Eagles romped to a 61-run victory in their final T20 match against the Momentum Multiply Titans on Thursday to win the series 3-1.
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ADVOCATES of free expression on most of the African continent would have understood immediately why Swapo stalwart Kazenambo Kazenambo came nowhere close to being made a national hero by Namibia's ruling executives.
MORE than 4 000 pupils were removed from schools countrywide by their parents last year, while approximately 400 dropped out of school to take care of family members and loved ones, said education executive director Sanet Steenkamp.
TO say Gwen Lister is a respected figure in local media circles would be quite an understatement.
PRESIDENT Hage Geingob yesterday said the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) will never really be fully independent from the executive branch of state due to overlapping government processes ensuring the commission's operation.
TRANSNAMIB chief executive officer Johny Smith says he is being impeded in his duties at the parastatal by board chairperson Sigrid Tjijorokisa – an allegation he made in a letter to minister of public enterprises Leon Jooste.
THE false claims around the origins of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes the Covid-19 disease continue to swirl online.
POLICE inspector general Sebastian Ndeitunga on Tuesday revealed that Namibia has recorded 453 cases of attempted murder with firearms, 919 cases of firearm pointing, and 380 cases of firearm theft in the past three financial years.
THE National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor) has partnered with several companies to build fuel service stations across the country, an arrangement that includes politically connected individuals.
NATIONAL forensics expert Dr Paul Stefan Ludik says that it would cost the country about N$36 million per annum for the next three years to clear the backlog of DNA cases at the institute.
A 28-year-old Zimbabwean committed suicide at Rundu's Kehemu location on Thursday morning.
The executive director in the ministry of information and communication technology, Mbeuta Ua-Ndjarakana, yesterday announced his resignation from the ruling Swapo party.
President Hage Geingob has appointed Basilius Dyakugha as Namibia's new ombudsman.
LOYDT Kazapua will start in goal against Congo on Thursday as first choice goalkeeper Virgil Vries was ruled out of the World Cup qualifier after testing positive for Covid-19 ahead of the match at Orlando Stadium, Johannesburg.
PRESIDENT Hage Geingob yesterday accused some regional governors of conducting themselves as tribal leaders.
RUSSIAN national Valentin Khalin has for years allegedly been selling himself as a businessman with strong connections to Namibian politicians.