Superior Small Stock a Highlight At Boer Goat Auction

[New Era] Windhoek -Four of the big small stock breeding local guns stepped onto the Agra/Bank Windhoek ring last Friday for the sixth annual Goat Production Auction, which was once again a feast of superior quality animals.

[New Era] Windhoek -Four of the big small stock breeding local guns stepped onto the Agra/Bank Windhoek ring last Friday for the sixth annual Goat Production Auction, which was once again a feast of superior quality animals.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Farm Murder Accused Denies Guilt

[New Era] Windhoek -Eben Cloete, 38, a former employee at the Neudamm Experimental Farm near Windhoek yesterday categorically denied he broke into the house of his lover and mother of his child and killed her.

[New Era] Windhoek -Eben Cloete, 38, a former employee at the Neudamm Experimental Farm near Windhoek yesterday categorically denied he broke into the house of his lover and mother of his child and killed her.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Young Artists Overwhelm Judges With Sheer Talent

[Namibia Economist] Etuna Amwaalwa, a grade 9 learner of Etosha Secondary School submitted the winning entry in the Pick n Pay Heroes Campaign art competition, bagging a cool N$10,000 for his school. He received his prize from the Mayor of Tsumeb, Her …

[Namibia Economist] Etuna Amwaalwa, a grade 9 learner of Etosha Secondary School submitted the winning entry in the Pick n Pay Heroes Campaign art competition, bagging a cool N$10,000 for his school. He received his prize from the Mayor of Tsumeb, Her Worship Veueza Kasiringua.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Dynamos Memorial Match Flops

[The Herald] THE DeMbare9 Memorial match against Yadah which sought to raise funds for the families of nine fans who perished in an accident last year, flopped after under 700 supporters paid to watch at the National Sports Stadium on Friday evening. T…

[The Herald] THE DeMbare9 Memorial match against Yadah which sought to raise funds for the families of nine fans who perished in an accident last year, flopped after under 700 supporters paid to watch at the National Sports Stadium on Friday evening. The cheapest ticket was $2.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Floods – Villagers Still Need Assistance

[The Herald] Zimbabwe, like the whole of Southern Africa, suffered the effects of Cyclone La Nina and the predicted Cyclone Dineo in the same period spelt doom for the country. Cyclone Dineo, however, downgraded to a tropical storm bringing relief acro…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe, like the whole of Southern Africa, suffered the effects of Cyclone La Nina and the predicted Cyclone Dineo in the same period spelt doom for the country. Cyclone Dineo, however, downgraded to a tropical storm bringing relief across the country. To most the downgrade meant that the worst had been averted and life would continue after a few episodes of windy downpours.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Presidential Aspirants Begin Nomination Process

[New Times] The countdown to the 2017 Presidential Election got underway, yesterday, with aspirants beginning submission of their nomination papers to the National Electoral Commission (NEC).

[New Times] The countdown to the 2017 Presidential Election got underway, yesterday, with aspirants beginning submission of their nomination papers to the National Electoral Commission (NEC).

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

The Names We Give to Our Dogs, Children

[The Herald] Some 20 or so years ago, a man who did the grounds at our family property generated endless mirth for us because of the way he related to Togo, the dog. Togo had this habit of often disappearing and turning up when least expected. When aft…

[The Herald] Some 20 or so years ago, a man who did the grounds at our family property generated endless mirth for us because of the way he related to Togo, the dog. Togo had this habit of often disappearing and turning up when least expected. When after his disappearances, Togo eventually re-appeared all contrite with pleading eyes and with his tail between the legs, Nyashanu as he was popularly known, would berate the poor dog in almost human terms. He spoke to the dog as to a fellow human.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe