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Municipality ransacks Windhoekers’ pockets despite high in?ation

Windhoek residents will have to dig dipper into their pockets as the municipality hikes its tariffs amidst an unforgiving in?ationary environment ...

Unemployment hits Namibian women the hardest

The latest Labour Force Survey report (2016) by the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) shows that female unemployment rate has shot up to 38.3% compa...

Economy to perform well in 2017- BoN

The Bank of Namibia has projected the economy to recover in the coming quarters with 2018 seeing a greater expansion, The Villager can report. ...

Govt pins hopes on performance agreements

  State-Owned Enterprises minister Leon Jooste said that his mandate cannot push public enterprises into a corner and penalise them for no...

MTC improves communication flow with Nampol

  Through its corporate social responsibility, MTC has donated twenty-six smartphones to (26) twenty-six Namibia Police roadblocks ac...

Downgrade fears loom as economy slumps

With the local economy having collapsed into a full blown recession after a contraction of 2.7% year on year, the deepest annual contraction in th...

Sports


Namibia hockey world rankings to improve

Namibia’s all female national hockey team brought a dusty defeat on erstwhile South Af...

Netball gone to the dogs!

Namibia’s netball is limping from a  lack of corporate funding yet the leadership...

NESA to select national players

The Namibia Electronic Sports Association (NESA) is to select two players on 1 July at the &...

Lyn Johns proud of his boys

Last weekend’s 45-43 win of Welwitschia over South Africa’s Falcons at the Hage ...

First time premier netball league player as top goal shooter

The Villager had an exclusive interview with a young lady that recently joint the top netball pre...

Equestrian sport growing fast despite funding challenges

Equestrian sport has grown fast in the past year, record ing 186 riders - 17 men and 179 wom...

Men and Women’s National Hockey teams off to SA

The Namibian men and women’s hockey teams left for South Africa for an intensive training a...

Ice Stock makes inroads in Namibian sport

Ice stock also known as Bavarian Curling, a predominantly European sport has managed to make sign...

Jens Delport wins Wanderers Closed Squash Tournament Cup

The Wanderers Closed Squash Tournament came to a brilliant conclusion with Jens Delport domi...

36 junior archers to compete at the Africa All Star

A 36-member junior archery team has been selected to take part in the Africa All Stars Champ...

Western Suburbs braving against the storm … a tale of sweat, blood and broken bone

Rugby Premier League Giants FNB Western Suburbs are up in arms against rival league teams an...

Junior archers Greece-bound

Three Recurve archers and two compound archers will be leaving for Marathon where the Europe...

More and more boxing champs, less and less money – Tobias

After a night of falling punches which saw Namibia’s boxers infl icting a crunch...

FIFA does not allow governments to interfere in administration - Geingob

President Hage Geingob this week told the newly elected interim committee and various stake ...

Namibia welcomes Hayatou ouster

Former Brave Warriors and football critics have lauded the ousting of long serving African footba...

NHRSA second leg a resounding success

The Namibian Hunting Rifle Shooting Association participants travelled over the weekend to the fa...

Darts to more schools in Khomas

The Khomas Regional Darts Committee (KRDC) plans to introduce the game of Darts as a sports code ...

Archers battle it out in NASP

More that 133 Senior and Junior archers battle each other out in the National Archery in the Scho...

Unpredictable’ Saints in a comfortable start

Despite the Saints’ relatively young players facing off some of the internationally tried a...

No love between NRU and rugby clubs

The sour relationship between Namibia Rugby Union (NRU) and the clubs is turning uglier with...

Gaby Ahrens aims to uplift Namibian athletes

The country’s most decorated trap shooter Gaby Diana Ahrens, who retired last year, is...

Beach volleyball expanding to all regions

The Namibia Volleyball Federation (NVF) is planning to embarkon a five-year strategic plan that w...

NPL sponsorship quest continues…

The Namibian Premier League (NPL) is set to host its extraordinary Annual General Meeting (A...

Rugby on the hunt for new sponsor

The commercial agent of the Namibia Rugby Union (NRU) Sybrand de Beer says the hunt for a po...

2016 sports in retrospect

In the past year Namibia experienced some fine moments in the sports fraternity where local ...

Baby Warriors not yet paid

Five months after winning the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) U-17...

Nam sports blunders in 2016

Namibian sport has experienced its fair share of embarrassing moments this year, ranging fro...

Nam to get own anti-doping agency

The National Sports Commission (NSC) and the Namibia National Olympic Committee are currentl...

Female indoor hockey looks forward to World Cup qualifiers

The head coach of the national female indoor hockey team, Erwin Handura, has expressed satis...

Friends saving northern volleyball

The combined love for volleyball has seen a group of four friends coming to the rescue of th...