OLAF opens entries for 2nd edition

The National Theatre of Namibia (NTN) and Goethe-Institut Namibia on Tuesday announced an open call for artistic works for the second edition of the annual Otjomuise Live Arts Festival (OLAF), set for Windhoek later this year. The festival, scheduled for 14 to 22 October, aims to bridge life and the arts in the city by…

Nedbank Namibia sponsors 41st annual medical congress

The Annual Medical Congress hosted by the Medical Association of Namibia (MAN) took place earlier this month at the Village in Windhoek. The congress, sponsored for the second time by Nedbank Namibia, concentrated on this year’s theme: “Controversies in Medicine.” The two-day plenary session opened the floor to seasoned healthcare and medical experts presenting on…

Namibia’s Dance Ambassadors concur Barcelona International Dance Competition

The national team of DanceSport Namibia recently competed in the Barcelona International Dance Competition. Teams of twelve countries from four continents competed in this 3-day event with more the 140 different choreographies and more the 14 hours of dance in the competition. The countries represented were Albania, Belgium, France, Germany, India, Italy, Namibia, Oman, Slovakia,…

Old Mutual honours Business Interruption Claims

Old Mutual Namibia (OMN) on Tuesday announced that it will now accept valid business interruption claims under the respective policy conditions, based on its own legal interpretation. This comes two years after the State of Emergency was declared when the COVID-19 pandemic caused a wave of severe financial losses for Namibian businesses. These losses, according…

NBL wins at DLG awards

Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL), a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group, has received the ‘Award for Constant Product Quality’ from the Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft (DLG) Test Centre Food for the 15th time on Thursday. The organisation has been in the agriculture and food industry for 137 years. According to Christian Mueller, NBL Manager for…

Namibia commemorates World Creativity and Innovation Day

Innovation is critical for unlocking the country’s economic potential, and innovation, creativity and mass entrepreneurship can provide new impetus for economic growth and job creation. This was said by Faustina Caley, Deputy Minister of Education, Arts and Culture, during the capital’s commemoration of World Creativity and Innovation Day on Thursday. The goal of the day…