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The Temptations Review live in Windhoek

The Temptations Review

LEGENDARY R&B and soul maestros, The Temptations Review will grace Namibia with good old music from the Motown era, which has thrilled generations since the 70s and has stood the test of time globally.


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@Kondja: Didn't see a single Independence Day celebra- tions tender being advertised.

The Independence Day celebrations took Twitter by storm this weekend as scores of proud Namibians waved their flags high at the Independence Stadium. Paratroopers landed safely, citizens were motivated for another year on the road of prosperity, but others felt more could be done for the nation. In other news, Daniel Caesar has been put on the Black Twitter blacklist.


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Biosecurity can prevent avian flu

INFO SHARING ... South African veterinarian Frank Travers shares information on poultry diseases with Namibians during the 'Poultry Information Day' in Windhoek last Wednesday.

MARIA SHAANIKA

SOUTH African veterinarian Frank Travers has urged local poultry farmers to use biosecurity to prevent chickens from getting infected with avian influenza.


Shifeta urges businesses to uplift tourism

Pohamba Shifeta

TJIPENANDJAMBI KUHANGA

ENVIRONMENT minister Pohamba Shifeta called on the business community to support tourism initiatives, as the sector has the potential to spur economic development and growth in Namibia.


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NAC executive fights for job

SONJA SMITH

THE reinstated Namibia Airports Company commercial services manager Toska Sem is once again fighting for her job after she was found guilty on four charges.read more

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N$700m pensioners money at risk

GIPF to sue SA company

LAZARUS AMUKESHE

THE Government Institutions Pension Fund is suing the South African company, Steinhoff Holdings International, for possible losses of around N$700 million invested in the company since 2014.

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NAC executive fights for job

Toska Sem

SONJA SMITH

THE reinstated Namibia Airports Company commercial services manager Toska Sem is once again fighting for her job after she was found guilty on four charges.

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Youth service employees concerned about salary delays

Onesmus Upindi

PAULINA NDALIKOKULE

SOME employees of the National Youth Service said they are concerned about the constant salary delays with the latest announcement that they will not be getting their salaries today as expected due to a technical error.

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Education an important catalyst for growth

Itah Kandjii-Murangi

TJIPENANDJAMBI KUHANGA

HIGHER education minister Itah Kandjii-Murangi has advised providers of training to focus on empowering trainees with skills that would elevate their quality of life, strengthen the country's skills capacity as well as maintain a good reputation and integrity of Namibia's education system.

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Leadership division threaten Nimt future

Eckhart Mueller

TWENTY-SEVEN Namibian Institute of Mining and Technology (Nimt) senior managers including the executive director Eckhart Mueller have passed a vote of no confidence against the board of trustees.

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