Twelve Students received their qualifications

Jeronimo KateyaTwelve students have received their qualifications on Friday the 25 November at the St. Charles Lwanga Major Seminary in the capital city, Windhoek, under the theme: Seek justice and righteousness in the modern world. The St. Charles Lwanga Major Seminary, has conferred one Bachelor of Art from the Faculty of Theology and five Bachelor’s Degrees from the Faculty of […]

Demonstration Of Caring And Sharing By Tim Ekandjo’s Never Walk Alone Project

By: Jeronimo Nghilunanye Kateya  NKURENKURU| Famous Tim Ekandjo’s project, Never Walk Alone over the weekend donated 1000 pairs of shoes and socks to school-going children at the Nkurenkuru Junior Primary School in the Kavango West region. As a non-profit organization, Never Walk Alone’s initiative was sponsored by Recon Namibia and Beki Kumata Fishing with an amount of N$460 000.  The […]

High Unemployment Rate Because Of Namibian School Curriculum

By Enny Iita President Hage Geingob Says That the Country Is Experiencing a High Unemployment Rate Because Of Namibian School Curriculum. PRESIDENT Hage Geingob blames the Namibian school curriculum for a high unemployment rate. Geingob said this during a meeting with United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) director for eastern and southern regions, Mohamed Moustapha Malich Fall, at State […]


Ports Authority (Namport) through the Namport Social Investment Fund (NSIF) has recently awarded a N$1,5 million scholarship to nineteen students from the Namibian University of Science and Technology (NUST). The Chairperson of the NSIF Ms. Tana Pesant said that Namport through our social investment arm, the NSIF, whose areas of focus include investment in quality education, has been engaging NUST with […]

City Of Windhoek Launched The ICERAC

By Staff Reporter The City of Windhoek (CoW) have launched the Integrated Community Education and Risk Awareness Campaign (ICERAC) at the organization’s headquarters in Windhoek today. According to CoW, the campaign will aim at creating awareness and train local communities on how they can reduce community vulnerability to specific hazards and public safely issues that have the potential to cause […]

Procurement Board Abrogates Nkurenkuru Vocational Training Centre Contract – Sends Stern Warning To Bidders

The Central Procurement Board of Namibia (CPBN) has cancelled the procurement contract of the project `Construction of Nkurenkuru Vocational Training Centre (VTC) in Kavango West Region` with Neu-Olulya Trading CC. “Furthermore, the contractor was given various opportunities to submit catch-up plans on how they would address the slow progress but still failed to implement their catch-up plants, therefore the lack […]