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PSCE Surprisingly Picks Up Despite Tight Monetary Policy
[New Era] Windhoek -The latest Bank of Namibia (BoN) monthly statistics indicate a surprising increase in private sector credit extension (PSCE)
Event's Organisers Again!
[New Era] Events organisers must stop booking entertainers based on friendship and fanship. Book an entertainer based on three factors; a) Professionalism, b) Relevance and c) Genuine Talent. Let us attempt at dissecting these three factors.
NUST Hosts First Ever Fashion Show
[New Era] Windhoek -The Namibian University of Science and Technology (NUST) is hosting its first ever student fashion show at the NUST engineering building tonight.
Khomasdal Thé Place to Be Tonight for Percy's First Anniversary Show
[New Era] Windhoek -Exactly forty-six years ago, in 1970 to be precise - a fairly unknown gap-toothed male soul singer arrived in Cape Town, South Africa for a series of live gigs in Cape Town and Johannesburg.
Welwitschias in Search of First Currie Cup Win
[New Era] Windhoek -Still in search of their first win in the ongoing Currie Cup tournament, Windhoek Draught Welwitschias interim mentor John Williams has announced his 22-man squad that will travel to Ermelo, South Africa to confront Pumas Steval for their 5th round clash on Saturday.
Totems Are Key to Restoration of Lost Identities
[New Era] The so-called Dark Continent has gone through a tremendous evolution in terms of culture, religion and politics. Africa is well known for dreadful things: the black genocides, slavery, wars, hunger and everything that condition black people to a brutal lifestyle for such is the meaning of blackness.
Tribute to Football's Forgotten Man - Dennis 'Ou T' Eiseb (1956 - 2016)
[New Era] Death has struck again. Another talented athlete has been taken away from the football fraternity as Namibians woke up to the sad news that a former footballer has exited the game of life.
CAN to Open Theatre Season With Laaste Karretjie Graf
[New Era] Windhoek -Despite a few initial minor creative and casting problems, the first play in this year's theater festival of Committed Artists of Namibia, the Afrikaans play, Die Laaste Karretjie Graf, is now ready and poised to be staged on May 27 and 28.
Is the Sports Commission Still Serving Its Mandate?
[New Era] Just as South Africans were up in arms condemning their Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula for withdrawing the rights of their rugby, cricket, athletics and netball bodies to bid to host international tournaments due to their lack of transformation - I on the other hand was truly inspired by Mbalula's bold move which then forced me to embark on a "fact-finding" mission.
Birth of the African Court of Justice
[New Era] The institution of international law has been gathering momentum since the end of the First World War and the establishment of the League of Nations. Since then, the development of the international criminal justice system has been fast-tracked, mainly by international regimes such as the International Court of Justice (ICJ), including the International Criminal Court (ICC) which has become an abomination of the application of international law.
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