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Man Killed in Argument Over Meat
[Namibian] A 24-year-old man succumbed to his injuries at the Katutura Intermediate Hospital on Friday after he was attacked by four men, apparently in an argument over kapana.
Hangana Seafood Invests a Further N$28 Million
[New Era] Windhoek -An extensive two-year, N$28 million project by Hangana Seafood has given new life to the 'Otter Bank', one of eight vessels owned by the local fishing company. According to Hangana Managing Director Herman Theron, the 'Otter Bank' was recalled from duty in June 2014 to undergo an extensive overhaul.
June Fuel Increases to Hit Consumers Hard
[New Era] Windhoek -Consumers who are already facing massive increases in food prices can brace for more shocks as a rise in fuel prices is sure to push up expenses even more. The Ministry of Mines and Energy on Friday confirmed that as of Wednesday, June 01, petrol prices will increase by 60 cents a litre (c/l) while all grades of diesel will increase by 70 c/l. Once these increases filter down to transport and food prices consumers will have to fork out more to get to work and to put food on the table.
120 SME Trainees Awarded Certificates
[New Era] Omuthiya -At least 120 small and medium enterprises trainees have been awarded certificates following a two-week business training on how to manage and start up a business as well as how to venture into tendering.
Welwitschias 'Embarrassed' By Griffons ... Suffer 101-0 Defeat
[New Era] Windhoek -Namibia's senior rugby team, Windhoek Draught Welwitschias, were humiliated in every possible manner in front of their home crowd by South African provincial outfit The Down Touch Griffons, who defeated Namibia by 101- 0 points at the Hage Geingob Stadium in Windhoek on Saturday.
Injured Maova Out of Warriors Camp
[New Era] Windhoek -Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti has announced the withdrawal of Civics goalkeeper Edward Maova from the national team due to a broken toe he suffered during the first day of training on Thursday, leaving the team with only three goalkeepers.
Nqa Act Amendment At an Advanced Stage
[New Era] Windhoek -The Ministry of Higher Education, Training and Innovation is busy finalising the process of amending the Namibia Qualifications Authority (NQA) Act of 1996 to put an end to the mushrooming of bogus educational institutions in Namibia.
Nam to Be Judged Independently Regarding SA Downgrade
[New Era] It is unclear whether Standard & Poor's (S&P) will cut South Africa's credit rating to sub-investment grade when they announce their review next Friday. Assessment teams from both S&P and Fitch have been reviewing South Africa's credit rating since last week, and expectations are that they might opt to delay a downgrade until December.
Poor Cosafa Cup Marketing Due to Thin Budget - Kambatuku
[New Era] Windhoek -The recent dissatisfaction expressed by local sport enthusiasts over the poor marketing of this year's Cosafa Castle Cup, to be hosted by Namibia from June 11-25, was yesterday finally justified by Cosafa Cup Local Organising Committee (LOC) chairperson Roger Kambatuku, who admitted that the infertile marketing is due to budget constraints.
The Dogg Commits to Sexual Reproductive Health
[New Era] Windhoek -Award winning artist, The Dogg, whose real name is Martin Morocky has committed himself to spreading the message of sexual reproductive health through his music.
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