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Omaheke Swapo court case dismissed

Omaheke Swapo Party delegates to the congress who were dragged before the High Court in an attempt to prevent them from attending congress emerged...

Tempers flare in parly over fuel-storage saga developments

The exoneration of the National Planning Commission permanent secretary, Leevi Hungamo, from the fuel storage saga torched a storm in parliament t...

NSFAF management must fall- Kavekotora

Rally for Democracy and Progress’ Mike Kavekotora has called for the immediate firing of the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund...

Calle destroys macro-economic projection critics

Finance minister Calle Schlettwein has stood his ground and shot back at criticism that he has made wild economic projections that are not realist...

Nam population at 2.3 million - NSA

The Namibia Statistics Agency has announced that Namibia's population now stands at an estimated 2, 324, 388 for 2016. This was announced a...

Restricted items at the 6th Swapo Party congress

The Swapo Party has informed all delegates to the elective congress this Thursday that it will not allow weapons and electronic recording devices ...

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NSFAF management must fall- Kavekotora

Rally for Democracy and Progress’ Mike Kavekotora has called for the immediate firing of t...

Omwaalu Mathematics project launched

Namibian Mathematics Institute and FNB Namibia launched the Omwaalu Mathematics Project in Gobab...

MoF to transfer N$295 million to NSFAF

The Namibian Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ola...

18 schools built in nine years

The Ministry of education has only constructed 18 schools in the last nine years. Constructio...

VTC students take part in WorldSkills competition

Vocational training students are currently participating in the WorldSkills competition in Abu D...

600 thousand Namibians bene?t from Adult Education

600 thousand Namibians have so far enrolled and bene?ted from the Adult Education in the past 25...

Vocational training graduates to enter job markets

  The Minster of Higher Education Training and Innovation Itah Murangi-Kandjii said that...

Unam launches centres at the coast

The Institute of Marine Engineering and Maritime studies and the Centre for Mining and Metallurgi...

Over 8 000 primary schools constructed

The Ministry of Education Arts and Culture (MEAC), has constructed 8 787 primary schools in the l...

LetÔÇÖs Complement government in STEM education- Sebulon David

Barak Obama’s Young African Leaders flagship program beneficiary David Sebulon ...

Higher education prioritises entrepreneurship skill

Higher Education ministry has introduced a Student Entrepreneurs Programme (SEP) to encourage lea...

Flood affected pupils get tents

Over 27 000 Namibian pupils from the northern and north eastern parts of the country will bene...

WVTC students left out by budget cuts

Windhoek Vocational Training Centre’s (WVTC) Principal Paulus Haukongo has said his institu...

NUST to get a taxi rank

The Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) has received the green light from st...

Ministry targets better Grade 10/12 results

Despite a massive teachers’ strike that threatened to disrupt this year’s examin...

Brighter days for learners

To expand the learning potential of leaners and enable them to work without any limits First...

Welwitchia School for intergrated learning embrace challenges

Welwitchia School for Intergrated Learning has shown tremendous results after reports of clo...

NQA accredits five institutions

The Namibia Qualification Authority (NQA) has accredited Centre (HRDC), Welwitchia Health Tr...

Government hiding behind learners - NANTU

The Namibian National Teachers’ Union (NANTU)) secretary general Basilius Haingura has...

Education bill highlights ICT in schools

Namibia’s revised and drafted bill of the Education Act of 2001 highlights technology ...

Kunene gets ready for 1st higher learning institution

The Kunene region might soon get its only institution of further learning as government moot...

Government blamed as VET sector woes mound

As anomalies in the Vocational Education and Training sector mounds, the academia last week ...

NQA moots law to abolish bogus colleges

The Namibia Qualification Authorities (NQA) is planning to introduce a law that will only al...

Education Indaba convened

  The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture convened a three-day high-level confe...

Students fail to collect certificates

  The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture has a total of 250 991 grade 10 and 1...

Govt warns private Schools

  The Ministry Of Education, Art and Culture has raised concern over Private School...

FNCC to host Grassroots Slam Poetry for learners

  The Franco Namibia Cultural Centre (FNCC), in conjunction with Grassroots, will h...

Education Ministry hires 3 667 temporary teachers

  The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture (MoEAC) has hired 3 667 relief teache...

783 inmateÔÇÖs enrolled in educational institutions

Atotal of 783 inmates are currently enrolled at educational facilities to upgrade or further thei...

Namsov donates to Gunichas Primary School

Namsov Community Trust’s unstoppable corporate social responsibility drive saw a donat...