Headlines – 7 to 11 January

+++ 11/01 – Results of grade 12 students in NSSC exams slightly better than last year +++ 11/01 – 1,500 inhabitants of settlement Elisenheim in the north of Windhoek since Tuesday without electricity +++ 10/01 – Namibia to expect rather little rainfall during this...

Headlines – 31 December to 4 January

+++ 4/01 – Lüderitz up in arms against apparently illegal transshipment of manganese ore +++ 4/01 – Namibian police reject criticism of name for Operation Hornkranz against crime +++ 3/01 – Bold robbery on the beach of Swakopmund on New Year’s Day: Three men...

Headlines – 24 to 28 December

+++ 28/12 – Holiday season disappointing for many accommodations, restaurants and providers of activities in Swakopmund +++ 28/12 – Namibian blood transfusion service needs 500 units of blood to guarantee supply until the New Year +++ 27/12 – Fishery inspectors on the...

Headlines – 17 to 21 December

+++ 21/12 – Experts warn: High schools will urgently need to be prepared for new regulations concerning class eleven transfer in the coming year +++ 21/12 – State telecommunications company MTC wants to contribute to road safety with a new “Don’t text and...

Headlines – 11 to 14 December

+++ 14/12 – Contrary to the general economic crisis in Namibia, tourism sector continues to grow: 2.1 percent more tourists in 2017 than in 2016 +++ 14/12 – According to statistics agency NSA, Namibia’s economy slips from recession into depression: 10...

Headlines – 3 to 7 December

+++ 7/12 – International Monetary Fund sees biggest risks to Namibia’s creditworthiness in debts of state-owned enterprises and municipalities +++ 7/12 – Namibia Airports Company must submit an action plan by March to improve safety at the International Airport...