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Leadership Lessons From Mujica, Pohamba
[Guardian] At a time Nigerian politicians baffle and even scare in their bid to grab power at all costs, the exemplary leadership of two immediate past presidents, Jose Mujica of Uruguay and Hifikepunye Pohamba of Namibia, provide an auspicious interlude for leaders to have a rethink about their models of development.
What Happened to Earth Hour in Windhoek?
[New Era] While some of the major cities in the world observed Earth Hour, a period between 20h30 and 21h30 on Saturday when they switched off lights in demonstration of their commitment to caring for the planet in sustainable business activities, very few businesses in Namibia took notice.
Namibia Rejects Freedom Without Economic Might
[Daily News] NAMIBIA'S Presidentelect, Dr Hage Godfried Geingob, took office early this week with a determined declaration to turn democracy into an environment conducive to nation wealth and an idyllic state to fight ignorance and unemployment.
Gendev Fishing Group Announces CEO and Board
[New Era] The newly formed Gendev Fishing Group has announced the appointment of well-experienced Pau Iilonga as chairperson of the group, while Volker Paulsmeier has been appointed Chief Executive Officer.
Fillemon Moongo Laid to Rest
[New Era] Former DTA vice president and parliamentarian Fillemon Moongo was laid to rest at the Oniipa cemetery on Saturday.
Land Reform Can Help People Out of Poverty - Kameeta
[New Era] Minister of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare Bishop Zephania Kameeta has said government, under the Ministry of Land Reform, would have to go back to the drawing board and hold constructive national dialogue to review achievements and challenges regarding the land question.
Three Bridges to Link Namibia and Angola
[New Era] Namibian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, and Angolan Minister of External Relations, George Chicoty, on Friday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the two countries to build three bridges across the Kavango River.
Walvis Bay to Host Official May Day Celebration
[New Era] The National Union of Namibian Workers (NUNW) is to host this year's official celebration of May Day, also known as International Workers' Day, on May 1, at the Kuisebmond Stadium in Walvis Bay.
Dead Snake 'Resurrects' From Grave
[New Era] The dead snake killed by schoolgirls and later buried by a witchdoctor, and which allegedly caused the schoolgirls to slither like snakes, has disappeared from a shallow grave were it was buried.
Nestor Tobias Upbeat Despite the Hitman's Defeat
[New Era] Following the successful hosting of the annual Independence Boxing Bonanza in Windhoek recently, the MTC Nestor Sunshine Boxing and Fitness Academy was impressed with the way the boxers acquitted themselves.
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