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D-Jay Leaves Izinyoka
[Namibian]A DISATISFIED D-Jay has left Izinyoka after four years with the label, claiming that his music career was becoming stagnant.
Celebrating Ernst Van Biljon's 43 Years of Choral Excellence
[Namibian]ONE of Namibia's most sought-after and respected choir conductors will be celebrated next week as those he has influenced gather to honour his legacy.
UDF Confident of More Parliamentary Seats
[Namibian]UNITED Democratic Front (UDF) president Apius Auchab says he is confident his party will get more seats in parliament next year.
Keetmans Municipal Worker Fights Demotion
[Namibian]KEETMANSHOOP municipal manager Josef Rooi has lodged a case of unfair labour practice with the Office of the Labour Commissioner against his employer, alleging he was "demoted without any just cause".
Telecom Ignored Workers On System
[Namibian]TELECOM Namibia opted to buy a faulty N$100 million billing system despite having been advised not to do so by its workers.
Idle Warriors Worry Mannetti
[Namibian]Ricardo Mannetti is "very worried" about Brave Warriors regulars who continue to see little or no action at club level, which has forced him to call up a host of novices for the next week's friendly international against Swaziland.
Namibia As the Titanic
[Namibian]IN 1912, one of the biggest maritime tragedies struck and 1516 lives were lost due to a locked-in mentality that the Titanic was unsinkable.
Good Rains Predicted for Namibia
[Namibian]SOUTHERN African climate experts expect Namibia to experience a normal to above-normal rainy season from next month to March next year.
Seibeb Excels in France
[Namibian]Namibian cyclist Costa Seibeb recently excelled abroad when he won the Best Young Rider title at the Tour de Tarentaise in France last week.
Meatco Launches New Meatma Brand
[Namibian]THE Meat Corporation of Namibia launched a new brand called Meat Marketing Africa (Meatma), as well as an outlet to sell its meat products on Thursday.
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