culture and art

culture and art

Computer scientist turns heads abroad

Computer scientist turns heads abroad

Africa-Press - Namibia. Namibia, and more broadly Africa, can position itself to reap the benefits of artificial intelligence if it equips tomorrow’s workers with...
Tourism sector bounces back

Tourism sector bounces back

Africa-Press - Namibia. With its unique mix of wildlife, spectacular scenery and diverse cultures, Namibia is in high demand for international visitors during the...
Kasi Vibe Festival opens up to teenpreneurs

Kasi Vibe Festival opens up to teenpreneurs

Africa-Press - Namibia. To make the bi-annual Kasi Vibe Festival better and more inclusive, the team has decided to include younger business-oriented entrepreneurs. This is...
Faulty wheelchair impedes graduate’s job hunting

Faulty wheelchair impedes graduate’s job hunting

Africa-Press - Namibia. Emilie Shimbali Seeking employment is no easy task and requires one to visit numerous companies to drop off your CV and if...
Students want more internet data access

Students want more internet data access

Africa-Press - Namibia. The University of Namibia yesterday announced it was addressing concerns raised by students over restrictions imposed on their internet data usage. The...
Sunshine college beats the odds

Sunshine college beats the odds

Africa-Press - Namibia. Veteran educationist Bollen Khama has commended Sunshine Private College – the new kid on the block in the Namibian higher education...
Ncube scoops Vice-Chancellor Award

Ncube scoops Vice-Chancellor Award

Africa-Press - Namibia. Margareth-Rose Kangootui Michelle Ncube, a media studies graduate, walked away with the Vice-Chancellor’s Award at the School of Humanities, Society and Development...
Ombudsman concerned over harmful traditional practices

Ombudsman concerned over harmful traditional practices

Africa-Press - Namibia. THE Office of the Ombudsman has condemned practices perpetrated against children, including rape, molestation, teenage pregnancies and child labour. Ombudsman spokesperson Aurelia...
DRC school project children to adopt seedlings during school holidays

DRC school project children to adopt seedlings during school holidays

Africa-Press - Namibia. Good Food Namibia planted two moringa trees with children from the DRC School Project and Community Centre at Swakopmund on Thursday...
Rundu Campus SRC calls for data restrictions to be lifted

Rundu Campus SRC calls for data restrictions to be lifted

Africa-Press - Namibia. Student representatives of the University of Namibia’s Rundu Campus are pleading for the removal of data restrictions that were implemented when...