Blast notifications – scheduled blasting

Blast notification on the road upgrade to dual carriagway between Windhoek and Okahandka; TRI/6 section 4A The Roads Authority wishes to notify all members of the public and, in particularly, road users of the blasting operations scheduled to take place on TR1/6 (WindhoekOkahandja road), between kilometer 15.8 and kilometer 20.1 on Wednesday, 16 May 2018…

Team Namibia going for Gold!

On the 25th and 26th of May the Namibian Karate Team will be participating in the AUSC Region 5 Karate Championships in Gaborone, Botswana. This year’s team boasts a total of 75 athletes from numerous regions throughout the country, and will be the largest karate team to ever represent Namibia at an International event. Accompanying…

“Eat what you want day” May 11th 2018

Many people spend time stressing over their diet, and what they should or shouldn’t eat, mainly because today’s world is filled with magazine covers sporting perfectly toned, perfectly tanned models that constantly make us feel inadequate. The various health food fads that seem to come and go every few weeks definitely don’t help, either—as it…

Expo’s vital for strengthening local economy

Annual expos and trade fairs that are hosted by various local authorities across the country are vital for the socio-economic development of those communities, and as such require all stakeholders support to make them a success. These were the sentiments that were recently shared by Standard Bank’s Rundu Branch’s Manager, Muahala Ya-Kalimbo, when she and…

FNB Holds Innovation Conference

FNB Holdings recently hosted a four-day Innovation Conference coinciding with the International Innovation and Creativity Week. The conference focused on process optimization and trained internal Innovation Champions. “Known for being the most innovative bank in Africa, FNB believes in bottom-up innovation because it is fueled by the many ideas initiated by our own employees and…