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Overcrowded classrooms hinder quality of education

Overcrowded classrooms hinder quality of education

Sharlien Tjambari The Director of Education in Erongo Region Ernfriede Stephanus urged educators at all levels to commit them-selves with the ministry to provide quality service in the education sector to all stakeholders. She said this during the Directors Annual Address last Friday. Stephanus was appointed in December last year. Addressing the teachers, principals and […]

Chinese New Year also celebrated in Namibia

Chinese New Year also celebrated in Namibia

The Chinese New Year was celebrated on Tuesday (5 February). Chinese Namibians and expatriates also joined the celebrations and will continue with festivities into the weekend when it all ends with a colourful lantern festival. The New Year announced the beginning of the year of the pig. Celebrations include colourful street parades across the globe. […]

More learners at Flamingo Primary

More learners at Flamingo Primary

Rudi Bowe With the influx of people to the urban areas learner enrollment increases annually a need for adequate educational infrastructure is needed to create a conductive learning and teaching environment. Flamingo Primary School (FPS) felt the influx in 2016 as there was a shortage of classrooms at the school and forced the school to […]

Pro-Ed Akademie uitslae

Pro-Ed Akademie uitslae

Pro-Ed Akademie het gedurende die afgelope paar jaar gewoond geraak aan ongelooflike Graad 12-uitslae, en die Graad 12’s van 2018 het weereens nie teleurgestel nie. Gedurende die pas afgelope IEB (Onafhanklike Eksamenraad) Nasionale Senior Sertifikaat-eksamen (2018), het Pro-Ed se Graad 12’s (die Engelse en Afrikaanse stroom gesamentlik) die volgende prestasies behaal: · 100% Slaagsyfer (behaal […]

Import vehicle menace……..

Import vehicle menace……..

Walvis Bay residents’ frustrations with import vehicles continue. Follow the recent delivery of a consignment of imported vehicles in the port of Walvis Bay, frustrations were growing. Instead of ensuring the vehicles leave Namibia within the required time frame after being cleared from the port of Walvis Bay, many of the vehicles are parked on […]

2018 IGCSE/A LEVEL RESULTS

2018 IGCSE/A LEVEL RESULTS

International School of Walvis Bay results of the Cambridge International Exams of 2018. IGCSE 115 subjects were written on the International Cambridge IGCSE Exams of which: 1 scored an A* 90%+ 17 scored an A 80%+ 19 scored a B 70%+ 40 scored a C 60%+ with a 100% pass rate! A LEVEL 7 subjects […]

Walvis Bay parkrun turns one

Walvis Bay parkrun turns one

Eileen van der Schyff One year ago, on 3 February 2018 the second parkrun in Namibia was founded in Walvis Bay, hosted by South African Parkrun CEO and running legend, Bruce Fordyce. This Saturday, 2 February marks the Walvis Bay parkrun’s first birthday. Saturday will see a special birthday celebration, and everyone is invited to […]

Moratorium On The Issuance Of Spectrum And Broadcasting Service Licenses

Moratorium On The Issuance Of Spectrum And Broadcasting  Service Licenses

The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) is an independent regulator established in terms of Section 4 of the Commu-nications Act (No. 8 of 2009) (herein after referred to as the Act). CRAN is mandated to regulate telecommunication services and net-works, broad-casting services, postal services and the use and allocation of radio spectrum. In November […]

No new transactions at Natis until license arrears are settled

No new transactions at Natis  until license arrears are settled

floris Steenkamp Vehicle owners with outstanding vehicle registration fees at Natis are in for a rough ride come 1 April this year. Vehicle owners owing Natis will not be able to apply for any new transaction, unless the arrears are fully settled. In a statement last week, the Roads Authority (Natis resorts under this parastatal) […]

Tributes pour in for the late Chief Seth Kooitjie

Tributes pour in for the late Chief Seth Kooitjie

Nama traditional leaders attended a meeting at the house of the late Chief Seth Kooitjie at Narraville over the weekend to discuss funeral arrangements. Chief Kooitjie who was the 39th leader of the #Aonin Topnaar clan died late on Thursday night at the age of 65 from what the family described as an asthma attack. […]