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Gunners staying grounded - Jacob

Mighty Gunners striker Asser Hara-Ramseb in action in an earlier encounter against African Stars.

MIGHTY Gunners are quietly going about their business as they bid to translate their steady progress over the past few years into silverware, veteran forward Pinehas Jacob says.


Mighty Wanderers host struggling United

National captain Jan Frylinck in action for Wanderers

THE Namibia 50-over Cricket Premier League resumes this weekend with Wanderers hosting United in their derby on Saturday, while CCD Tigers host Windhoek High School Old Boys on Sunday.


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From The Twittersphere

@bratzkilla: Me serving face in the mirroe after crting for three hours straight.

Our hearts go out to Zimbabwe and Kenya who are in the midst of terrible crises, forcing social media shutdowns and isolation from the world. In the midst of this, tweeps kept things lighthearted.


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Amta top brass overpaid

PUBLIC enterprises minister Leon Jooste has proposed that the Agro-Marketing and Trade Agency (Amta) should review the salaries of its managers because they have been overpaid since 2013.read more

No textbooks for new curriculum – principals

STAFF REPORTERS

SOME schools are photocopying materials for teachers to use with the new curriculum because there are no books yet, despite the education ministry announcing the planned changes about five years...read more

Shaningwa rejects call for her to resign

SWAPO secretary general Sophia Shaningwa has rejected a call by a lecturer at the party's school for her to resign, saying the person making the demands did not vote for her.read more

Father charged with rape of own daughter

A man charged with having raped his biological daughter over a period of three years has made his latest pretrial appearance in the Windhoek High Court, where he is due to stand trial.read more

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Goats killed by 'mysterious beast'

KILLED … Villagers blame the attack on the goats on 'mysterious animals'.  Photos: Contributed

RESIDENTS of Uukwanambwa and Amuteya villages in the Onyaanya constituency, Oshikoto region, are left looking for answers after close to 30 goats were killed and their blood allegedly sucked out by unknown predators this month.

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Amta top brass overpaid

Amta top brass overpaid

PUBLIC enterprises minister Leon Jooste has proposed that the Agro-Marketing and Trade Agency (Amta) should review the salaries of its managers because they have been overpaid since 2013.

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Elephants damage Telecom cable near Khorixas

Photo: Scientific American Blogs

TELECOM Namibia on Friday morning issued a statement saying that a "herd of elephants has left customers without fixed and mobile services after having partially damaged the fibre cable between Omatjete and Khorixas” on Thursday afternoon.

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No textbooks for new curriculum – principals

No textbooks for new curriculum – principals

STAFF REPORTERS

SOME schools are photocopying materials for teachers to use with the new curriculum because there are no books yet, despite the education ministry announcing the planned changes about five years ago.

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A medical doctor from Goreangab

Melka Nekongo

RUTH KAMWI

Sometimes she used to attend school on an empty stomach, but Melka Nekongo, who hails from one of Windhoek's poorest neighbourhoods, never gave up her dream of becoming a doctor.

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Health passports shortages persist

Ben Nangombe

PATIENTS in most parts of the country are being asked to bring notebooks, or else their medical records will be written on pieces of paper as state hospitals continue to grapple with a shortage of health passports.

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