Nedbank Women in Media Conference a Success

The second edition of the Nedbank in Women in Media Conference took place on Saturday, 14 May, under the theme ‘Alike in so many ways’. The conference was organised to commemorate World Press Freedom Day, as well as to try to foster a strong network amongst Namibian women working in the media industry. This year’s…

Old Mutual Namibia awards 20 internships

Old Mutual Namibia announced on Thursday that it has awarded internship opportunities for the next six months to 20 graduates who have completed their studies at various institutions of higher learning throughout the country. Accounting, auditing, commerce, communications, economics, finance, information technology and marketing graduates were chosen from a pool of over 400 applicants. The…

MTF class of 2023 applications now open

MultiChoice announced on Tuesday that it is accepting applications from young aspiring film and television content creators for its world-class film and television training programme, which will begin in October 2022. The MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) Academy, now in its fifth year, has invited 60 aspiring film and television content creators from Southern, West and…

Khomas holds low-key Cassinga commemoration

The Khomas Regional Council (KRC) on Wednesday held an unspectacular event in remembrance of Cassinga Day at the national Heroes Acre in Windhoek. On the day, Khomas governor Laura McLeod-Katjirua laid a wreath in memory of those who paid the ultimate prize with their lives 44 years ago as well as those who survived the…

Masilingi’s injury not as bad as we thought: Botha

Henk Botha, who coaches sprinter Beatrice Masilingi, has said the injury she picked up over the weekend is not career-threatening and she will be back on the track soon. Masilingi competes in the 100 metre (m) and 200m sprints. She sustained an injury while representing Namibia at the Gaborone International Meet over the weekend. In…