Namibia

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Apr 23rd, 2014
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 WINDHOEK- The Hope Village in Katutura where 90 infected and affected children through HIV/AIDS as well as suffering severe abuse and neglect are living has received N$35,776 form the Bilateral Fund the British High Commission through the Orange Babies who administer their finances, and purchas...
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Apr 23rd, 2014
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By Selma Neshiko   Proudly from the indigenous San group, Emma Emcy Areses completed her high school at Outjo Secondary School in the  Kunene region in 2003, and then moved to Windhoek to find a job.   Born in  Otjiwarongo in the Otjozondjupa region, Emma is the oldest of three si...
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Apr 23rd, 2014
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By John Muyamba RUNDU – The Rundu Vocational Training Centre (RVTC) is hard at work with plans for the annual open day career fair where current tarinees exhibit their acquired technical skills to the public, along with exhibitions of training fields offered by the training centre to aspiring a...
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By Pinehas Nakaziko ONDANGWA- Aune Johannes, from the Nangolo Senior Secondary School has been crowned  Miss High School North 2014, while Magdalena Haipumbu from the Nehale Senior Secondary School became First Princess, and Mirjiam Nangolo from Erundu Senior Secondary School Second Princess. Th...
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By Sabina Elago WINDHOEK- The Polytechnic of Namibia (PoN)’s  Department of Architecture and Spatial Planning has received a N$45 000 from the First National Bank (FNB) Foundation for the publication of abook on the department titled Legacies of a Colonial Town that was exhibited...
By IAfrica
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Apr 23rd, 2014
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BY Hilma David Last week we discussed the signs that a potential partner has abusive traits. Well, this week let us talk about getting out of an abusive relationship. I am sure that no one wants to be in an abusive relationship but some people find themselves in one. I also believe that we know [&hel...
By IAfrica
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Apr 23rd, 2014
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By Clemence Tashaya EENHANA –Though this time is aimed at giving children a rest from the ever busy classroom routine, holidays should not break the chain of learning. Parents should use this moment to take part in the teaching learning process of their children, a variety of programmes can be ...
By IAfrica
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Apr 23rd, 2014
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By Dr Risco Mutelo It is essential to be familiar with the characteristics of biometrics systems in order to better understand how to think objectively about each type and make rational decisions about purchasing and using the technology. Any human anatomical or behavioural trait can be used as a bio...
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Apr 23rd, 2014
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By Clemence Tashaya EENHANA – When a number of pupils are asked what they would like to be when they grow up, many spontaneously mention “ lawyer”, “architect”, “medical doctor”,  “pilot” or a “professor.” This big five profession...