[Namibian] NAMIBIA'S heavy dependence on South Africa for fresh fruit is expected to end by 2025 as Stampriet's Roots agricultural project plans to produce 35% of Namibia's fresh fruit and vegetables by then.
[Namibian] THE Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine, which the Chinese government promised to Namibia as a donation, has not received emergency use clearance from the World Health Organisation (WHO).
[Namibian] THE National Assembly (NA) will this month consider a motion to discuss the possibility of amending constitutional provisions prohibiting civil servants from participating as candidates in national elections.
[Namibian] FASHION designer and lifestyle enthusiast Melisa Poulton will combine her love of fashion, entertainment and food with the House of Poulton Gin Cocktail Picnic Party set to debut later this month.
[Namibian] After being postponed last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Miss Namibia 2021 is ready and raring to go.
[Namibian] America and European whistleblower organisations yesterday launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds towards the medical treatment of Fishrot whistleblower Jóhannes Stefánsson.
[Namibian] The University of Namibia's School of Medicine can take in only 80 new students in a year, the school's associate dean, Fillemon Amaambo, said on Monday.
[Namibian] Sophia Nangolo (24) has been selected to represent Namibia at this year's Miss Philanthropy Africa pageant.
[Namibian] Evidence heard in a bail application by former minister of fisheries and marine resources Bernhard Esau and his son-in-law Tamson Hatuikulipi in July last year showed that the state appears to have a strong case against them, a judge conclud...
[Namibian] The Anti-Corruption Commission needs N$30 million in additional funding in the financial year starting April to execute key investigations, such as the Fishrot scandal, or else it will be forced not to investigate some aspects of it.