Digital Fraud Recorded Data

By: Samuel Daniel Digital fraud suspected in Namibia has increased in the second quarter of the year 2022 with 36%, compared to the last one of 2021 in contrast to a 14% decline. Information provided by Trans Unions shows that the rate of suspect digital fraud attempts from Namibia decreased across several sectors.  It has also shown an increase in […]

N$48.6 Billion Increase By Domestic Economy

By Samuel Daniel AccoAccording to the information revealed by the Namibian Statistics Agency, Domestic Economy has expanded to N$48. 6 billion in the second quarter of 2022 in the sectors of retail, agriculture and manufacturing. In 2022, the economy has shown a slight growth of N$5.4 billion in comparison to last year where it was at N$43.2 billion. Manufacturing sector […]

T20 Cricket World Cup trophy visited Walvis Bay town

By Samuel D Daniel On Tuesday, the International Cricket Council Men’s T20 landed in Walvis Bay. The deliverers of the trophy visited the town aiming to promote the upcoming men’s T20 World Cup competition that will begin this year in October. The competition will take place in Australia. The trophy was presented at  schools in Walvis Bay, Kuisebmund and Narraville […]

Match of the day: Okalongo Social League

By Staff Reporter The community of Okalongo and the surrounding areas were, over the past weekend, stunned as two giants of the Okalongo Social League, Big Elephant FC and Diadora FC locked horns. Big Elephant emerged victorious as they defeated Diadora 2-0. Big Elephant also managed to escape the relegation zone while Diadora sinks into the relegation zone. The current […]

Nashenda appointed as new IMBESA president

By Staff Reporter On Monday, 26 September 2022, the Inter-Regional Meeting of the Bishops of Southern Africa (IMBISA) has elected Most Rev. Archbishop Liborius Ndumbukuti Nashenda O.M.I as their new president. At a fully packed event filled with cultural and religious performances at Safari Hotel, Dom Josè Manuel Imbamba of Angola was installed as vice president and Bishop Rudolf Nyandoro […]

Dependence Syndrome In Africa, A Questioned Phenomenon Since 1963

Jeronimo Kateya Paraphrasing one of his earliest eloquent speeches, Kenyan Pan Africanist, PLO Lumumba, philosophically questioned the unquestioned question: What would have happened if Mwalimu was to rise up and see the dealings of the African current state of affairs? What would have happened if Kwame Nkrumah was to rise up just to consciously perceive the contradictions to his vision? […]