DAR ES SALAAM - Tanzanian president John Magufuli has gifted the national team players with parcels of land as a token for qualifying to the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
MOTORISTS and other fuel consumers have paid more than N$6,4 billion in taxes to government agencies over the past three years.
AN OSHAKATI couple yesterday dumped their black household goods, including leather sofas, because they are “demonic”.
WINDHOEK residents have failed to reduce their use of water since January this year, adding to fears that the city's taps could run dry.
AMTA will suspend the importation of controlled crops – butternuts, cabbages and onions – between April and August as local production is expected to improve.
A THREE-YEAR-OLD boy was among seven people who died over the weekend, according to the police.
THE trial in which former elections chief Philemon Kanime and two co-accused were prosecuted on charges of voter registration fraud dating back 11 years is set to be revived, following a successful appeal by the state against the acquittal of the three accused more than five years ago.
OSHAKATI, 26 MAR (NAMPA) – Students of the University of Namibia's Hifikepunye Pohamba campus on Monday protested against the granting of bail to Paulus Nghipulenga, who stands accused of murdering a student from the same campus.
A PUPIL from Walvis Bay has encouraged his peers to continue pursuing their education, despite setbacks in life.
THE executive director of United Nations (UN) Women, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, has called on the media industry to ensure that there are policies in newsrooms which empower women to be leaders and decision-makers.
DESPITE allowing for flexibility and change of scenery, truck driving may not be the ideal profession for those who struggle to work in solitude.