Monthly Archives: November 2012

Int. E-learning Africa Conference here next May

WINDHOEK: The local organising committee of the 8th International E-Learning Africa Conference slated for Windhoek next year, are attending the 18th International Online Educa Berlin (OEB) in Germany.

The International E-Learning Africa Conference to take …

President says Namibia has surpassed targets set by MDGs

WINDHOEK: President Hifikepunye Pohamba says Namibia has already achieved important milestones and in some areas, the country has surpassed the targets set by the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

Speaking at the fifth Swapo-Party congress that …

Nanso president accused of compromising students’ interest

ONGWEDIVA: Namibia National Students’ Organisation (Nanso) president Timotheus Angala is being accused of compromising the interest of students with his personal interest. Making the accusation are disgruntled members of the Nanso National Executive Committee (NEC), …

Air Namibia pilots’ strike ends

WINDHOEK: Striking pilots who caused Air Namibia losses of about N.dollars 65 million over a period of nearly two weeks of their industrial action, returned to work on Thursday. The Air Namibia management and members …

Cost inflation to bite miners’ results in 2013:Fitch

WINDHOEK: Mining cost inflation will have a more visible negative impact on mining companies’ 2013 results than in the last couple of years, Fitch Ratings warned this week. The global ratings’ agency blamed this on …

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