THE Namibia Gymnastics Federation is again in turmoil and divided into two factions, says Namibia Sports Commission chief administrator Freddy Mwiya.
Rundu-based fashion designer Santia Poroto, who owns Santia Poroto Clothing, is slowly making a name for herself in the fashion industry.
BRUSSELS (Belgium) â Britain and the European Union reached a last-ditch Brexit deal yesterday, just hours before an EU summit that is expected to give it a seal of approval.
THE Ministry of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development in collaboration with United Nations Development Programme launched Namibia's capacity-building programme for the promotion of entrepreneurship and micro, small and medium-sized enterprises on Wednesday.
BOXING returns to the Blairgowrie Recreation Centre in Randburg on Sunday with a six-bout bill headed by a cruiserweight 10-rounder between Akani 'Prime' Phuzi and Vikapita 'Beast Master' Meroro, which is expected to produce some hot sparks.
Anime is an exciting genre with vivid graphics, vibrant characters and wondrous themes.With that said, I don't often find myself a fan of everything, but once in a while, something comes along that grabs my attention.
For as long as I can remember, there have always been jaffles. Pocket sandwiches stuffed with minced meat, tomatoes and onions and cooked over the flame of a primus stove using a jaffle pan. It was a staple at most public events: School athletic meetings, church bazaars, rugby tournaments, farmers markets and fundraisers. Together with sosaties and koeksisters, jaffles were the street food icons of my youth.
KENYAN president Uhuru Kenyatta has rejected the 2019/20 budget demanding that lawmakers remove a cap on commercial lending rates, a senior lawmaker and a local daily said yesterday.
'Cocaine Godmother' is the story of Griselda Blanco, one of the most dangerous women on earth. Her name is hardly recognised, but in the drug world, she was a historic figure who pulled off some of the most skilful schemes to peddle cocaine. The late Colombian drug lord was nicknamed the 'Black Widow', and for good reason â she was responsible for over 200 deaths.
ZIMBABWE has cancelled a deal struck with South African logistics group Transnet and its partner to recapitalise state-owned National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ), citing a failure to meet timelines and funding issues, a government official said.
THE number of new vehicles sold this year continues dipping, hitting the lowest it has been for almost 10 years.
THE Development Bank of Namibia has grown from a N$125 million asset base to N$9,5 billion, a significant milestone in the 15 years of its existence.
FBI Agents Holden Ford, Bill Tench and Dr Wendy Carr return in 'Mindhunter''s second season. Steering the conversation somewhat away from season one's parade of infamous serial killers chillingly reliving their most heinous deeds to zoom in on 'The Atlanta Child Murders', the series uses the methodology and serial killer profiles generated in previous episodes to hunt a man murdering black children in Atlanta in the late 70s.
IT IS three years since 12-year-old Serenity April took her own life. Time may have moved on, but her mother Tessa April has not.
TROUBLED by lower government bond and treasury bill yields, investment managers, pension funds and insurance companies globally are opting to invest in riskier and less liquid securities to earn the required returns.
SIX places will be up for grabs at next year's T20 World Cup when the final qualifying event starts in Dubai this weekend and Namibia will fancy their chances of making the cut after an impressive season.
THE market for non-certified charcoal producers will soon shut closed as international consumers demand that producers adhere to certain standards to ensure that no desertification and exploitation of workers take place.
The closure of one of Namibia’s most iconic venues has had me in my feels for a while now. An institution that carried arts on its back for close to 30 years. How did we get here? How did we get to a point where an ...Read more on https://neweralive.na
WINDHOEK – Namibian entertainment journalist, Michael Kayunde, will go on an information tour to Germany themed “Jazz from Germany”, which will see him attend the 50th German Jazz Festival in Frankfurt next week....Read more on https://neweralive.na