Art Council Signs Ten New Partners

[New Era] Windhoek -The National Art Council of Namibia (NACN) has signed an agreement with ten new partners to establish partnerships with a variety of organisations.

[New Era] Windhoek -The National Art Council of Namibia (NACN) has signed an agreement with ten new partners to establish partnerships with a variety of organisations.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Developer Circles Windhoek Platform to Be Launched

[Namibia Economist] Developer Circle, a community driven program that’s free to join and open to any developer will launch the Developer Circles Windhoek from Facebook on Saturday morning at the NBII Mobile lab, NUST.

[Namibia Economist] Developer Circle, a community driven program that's free to join and open to any developer will launch the Developer Circles Windhoek from Facebook on Saturday morning at the NBII Mobile lab, NUST.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

A Shining Light So That They Always Know Where They Are

[Namibia Economist] One hundred Grade 10 and 12 learners from the One Nation informal settlement who attend Augustineum Secondary school this week each received a solar lamp to make sure they can study in the evening for the last few remaining subjects…

[Namibia Economist] One hundred Grade 10 and 12 learners from the One Nation informal settlement who attend Augustineum Secondary school this week each received a solar lamp to make sure they can study in the evening for the last few remaining subjects in this year's national examinations.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Inflation On the Rise

[263Chat] Significant price increases have been noted throughout the country during the month of September according to a survey by the Zimbabwe Statistics Agency ( Zimstats)

[263Chat] Significant price increases have been noted throughout the country during the month of September according to a survey by the Zimbabwe Statistics Agency ( Zimstats)

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Shareholder Linkages Give Bank a Global Reach in Capital Markets

[Namibia Economist] Standard Bank Namibia’s impact on investment banking as lead or co-arranger of many capital investment deals, has again been recognised by EMEA Finance at its recent 10th African Banking Awards. This is the second time the bank’s In…

[Namibia Economist] Standard Bank Namibia's impact on investment banking as lead or co-arranger of many capital investment deals, has again been recognised by EMEA Finance at its recent 10th African Banking Awards. This is the second time the bank's Investment Banking division receives the accolade.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Former MP Mwilima’s Health Condition Deteriorating in Jail

[New Era] Allow us to inform you on an issue that seeks your indulgence on the condition of Geoffrey Mwilima, a former member of parliament, who is at Windhoek Correctional Facility.

[New Era] Allow us to inform you on an issue that seeks your indulgence on the condition of Geoffrey Mwilima, a former member of parliament, who is at Windhoek Correctional Facility.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Genocide Legal Fees, Barking Up the Wrong Tree

[New Era] As the saying goes, “whom the gods want to destroy they first make crazy”. One cannot but wonder whether the latest altercations in the media on the issue of genocide and specifically the N$40 million legal fees of foreign lawyers are not poi…

[New Era] As the saying goes, "whom the gods want to destroy they first make crazy". One cannot but wonder whether the latest altercations in the media on the issue of genocide and specifically the N$40 million legal fees of foreign lawyers are not pointers to the effect that the gods/ancestors of the Ovaherero, Ovambanderu and Nama are out to destroy someone. Particularly seeing the public spat, and play to the gallery, whatever gallery, by two apparatuses of the government. But with hindsight one cannot also BUT d

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Police Arrest 140 People Over ‘Bloodsuckers’ Craze

[Nyasa Times] A well-coordinated operation comprising police officers from Blantyre, Limbe, Kabula, Chileka, Manje, Mbayani and E – Company from Zomba has netted about 140 people for causing mayhem in Chileka, Kachere and Machinjiri areas in Blantyre u…

[Nyasa Times] A well-coordinated operation comprising police officers from Blantyre, Limbe, Kabula, Chileka, Manje, Mbayani and E - Company from Zomba has netted about 140 people for causing mayhem in Chileka, Kachere and Machinjiri areas in Blantyre under the pretext of hunting for blood suckers, Inspector General of the Malawi Police Services, Lexten Kachama told reporters on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi