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Zimbabweans Poorest, Survey Finds, But Who's the Wealthiest?
[Namibian] NAMIBIANS are the third wealthiest people in Africa, according to an April 2017 report by Mauritius' AfrAsia Bank and Johannesburg-based market research firm New World Wealth.
Fish Farm Empowers Youth
[Namibian] THE Fonteintjie community fish farm at Keetmanshoop, a town where social problems associated with unemployment are rife, has brought hope for a brighter future for locals.
Stunning Performances At Senior National Athletics
[Namibian] ATHLETICS fans were treated to some outstanding performances at the Senior National Athletics Championships in Windhoek on Saturday.
Unam Beat Falcons to Remain Unbeaten
[Namibian] UNAM maintained their lead at the top of the Rugby Premier League log as well as their unbeaten status after beating Reho Falcon 36-15 in Rehoboth on Saturday.
Namibian Carried Drugs From Brazil to South Africa
[Namibian] THE Namibian woman who was denied bail in a South African magistrate's court on Tuesday will formally apply on 25 April.
U-10 Cricket Team Hosts Namibia
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Under-19 side will host the Namibia Under-19s for five youth one-day international matches scheduled for Harare next week. The series is set to start with the first game on Monday with the second match pencilled in for the following day. Both matches will be played at Harare Sports Club, which will also host the third match next Thursday. Action will move to Takashinga Sports Club when the two sides clash in the fourth youth ODI on April 29, before the fifth and final match of the series playe
From Maggot to the Dining Table
[Namibian] AFTER visiting his farm recently to find out how potential fly farming producers are trained, The Namibian asked Netcor founder Johan van der Merwe to explain in detail what this type of farming entails, and how beneficial it is to the animal feed industry.
Mother Denied Bail Over Child's Death
[Namibian] ZENOBIA Seas (32), the woman accused of killing her daughter at the coast, failed in her formal bail application at the Swakopmund Magistrate's Court yesterday.
Third Treason Trial Ends With 10-Year Jail Term
[Namibian] THE third Caprivi high treason trial, which has been taking place in the Oshakati High Court over the course of more than six years, ended this week in an effective prison term of 10 years.
'Tourism Sector Will Employ 64 000 By 2022'
[New Era] Ongwediva -Namibia's tourism sector will grow vigorously and would employ 64 160 people by 2022, according to predictions contained in the drafted Fifth National Development Plan (NDP5).