[Namibia Economist] A group of young creatives have joined forced to start production on a new local feature film that will be shot entirely in Namibia. The film tells the story of a young female preacher who criss-crosses the desert to preach to a dwi...
[Namibia Economist] The global technology leader, Rosatom, successfully concluded its first Science Festival Week in Egypt. It was co-organised by the Russian Centre for Science and Culture, and took place in Cairo and Alexandria from 21 to 25 February.
[Namibia Economist] The Gondwana Collection Namibian has turned the Gondwana Travel Centre in Windhoek in to an all-in-one hub for travel and safaris in Namibia as from 1 March.
[Namibia Economist] An outbreak of Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) in Eiseb in the Otjombinde constituency, Omaheke Region was recently announced by the Directorate of Veterinary Services (DVS).
[Namibia Economist] The domestic economy is expected to recover to a growth rate of 2.7% in 2021, from a deep contraction of 7.3 % in 2020, the Bank of Namibia said in their Economic Outlook update for February.
[Namibia Economist] Triennial, a collaborative initiative of the National Art Gallery of Namibia and Bank Windhoek, which will be engaging a global audience through virtual platforms as the electronic catalogue this year, received 277 submissions.
[Namibia Economist] The deputy minister of health, Dr. Esther Muinjangue on Monday revealed that the ministry is currently conducting targeted COVID-19 testing in schools for students and staff in regions that currently have a high number of active COV...
[Namibia Economist] The founding president, Dr. Sam Nujoma is doing well and there is absolutely nothing that should be of concern to citizens in terms of his health, the presidency said in a statement on Monday.
[Namibia Economist] The MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) recently introduced its very first Acting for Camera Masterclass in partnership with the world-renowned AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts.
[Namibia Economist] Southern Africa Innovation Support Programme (SAIS) and Seedstars recently announced the second batch of fifteen startups that are part of the Investment Readiness Program (IRP) 2019-2020.