Namibia - Level 3: Reconsider Travel
Reconsider travel to Namibia due to COVID-19.
Namibia is a southern African country with a moderately developed economy. Facilities for tourism are good and generally increasing in quality. The capital is Windhoek.
State ambassador sheds light on special education in schools
Jamie Torres runs a high needs, highly structured classroom for third through sixth graders on the autism spectrum at Kearny Elementary School.
Namibia: Teacher\'s Polo Fraud Case Struck Off the Roll
A FRAUD case against Fransina Mwetufa, a teacher from Limbandungila Combined School in the Ohangwena region who was also arrested for attempted murder and reckless driving, was struck off the roll on ...
Namibia: Teacher Doubles As Backyard Mechanic
JOHANNES Jacob (23) from Elombe village near Ongwediva in the Oshana region is a teacher with his own auto mechanic workshop at home.
Nantu organises drive-through memorial for fallen teachers
Addressing the bereaved relatives and staff members, Namibia National Teachers Union (Nantu) Otjozondjupa regional chairperson Ichnecuis Kavitjene stated that the teachers? absence will be felt on the ...
Feature: Chinese embassy boosts community gardening project in Namibia
A community gardening project supported by the Chinese embassy in Namibia enhances locals' capacity to sustain, boost and transform food systems. The Youth in Agriculture organisation, supported by ...
Important upskilling for maths teachers to guarantee educational outcomes for learners
An operational partnership between Old Mutual and the education ministry will help more than 400 mathematics teachers to grow their knowledge and prepare to qualify for the Certificate in Advanced ...
How former teacher jailed for abuse of young boys was pillar of community
A former teacher handed a 25-year sentence after abusing young boys was a pillar of his local community. Dr Tyrone Murray Castles, ...
UNAM?s language departments opens refurnished multimedia room
The German, Afrikaans and French Language Departments of the University of Namibia this week inaugurated a newly furnished multi-media room. The room is equipped with a new whiteboard, projector, new ...
We remember: The Star-Tribune asked readers to share their memories of 9/11
The Casper Star-Tribune asked readers to submit their memories of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. On the 20th anniversary of that terrible day, here's a sampling of responses from ...
MTF announces third cohort
MEHAFO AMUNYELAIN its third year, the MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) recently announced their selection of 60 African students who will embark on a 12-month, fully-funded academic ...
Prince William launched Earthshot Prize so he \'could look his children in the eye\' on climate change
Prince William launched the Earthshot Prize so he could look his children in the eye and say he did [his] bit in the fight against climate change, a close aide has said.
Robby Naish: the ultimate windsurfer and water sports icon
Robby Naish describes himself as a boardrider. He won 24 world titles and over 150 windsurfing, kiteboarding, and SUP events. Meet the quintessential waterman.