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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Last weekend, 20 frustrated Namibian students at the Loudima Institute for Technical and Vocational Training opted to leave the institute on Saturday morning. The students walked 100 kilometres from the institute in the Kitaka area...
Namibia Grade 12

Due to "unbearable academic and living conditions", twenty-one Namibian students have prematurely ended their studies at Loudima Institute for Technical and Vocational Training in Congo-Brazzaville and returned home on Saturday. Several students who went to...
Solidarity leg selfies posted on Djema Sofia's Facebook page

The Minister of Education, Arts and Culture Katrina Hanse-Himarwa has condemned teachers who steal government time to take selfies in classrooms with their mobile phones. While cellphones are not allowed during teaching and learning hours,...
yali programme namibia

14 Namibian youths who were selected to represent Namibia at the Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) at the Regional Leadership Centre in Pretoria, South Africa, this month are said Learning a lot from the...
suicide

Some Namibian students of the Loudima Institute for Technical and Vocational Training in Congo-Brazzaville have threatened to commit suicide if the Namibian government does not expedite their return back home. The threats follow numerous concerns...
unam students

The Assistant Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the Katima Mulilo Unam Campus Dr Bennett Kangumu has raised concern over the alarming increase in the number of pregnant students on campus. Dr Kangumu who also doubles and Director of the institution...
science and tech

Some talented and imaginative programmers in Namibia last week, got a chance to showcase their work at the international software conference held in Windhoek. Supported by the Cardiff University's Phoenix project which teamed up with...
unam students

Operations at the University of Namibia (Unam)  are now back to normal after the High Court ruled in Unam's favour against the protesters. This comes after Tuesday's lockdown by the Namibia National Students Organisation (Nanso) at the...
unam students

Namibia University of Science and Technology Student representatives have asked students enrolling this year not to register pending a possible reduction in registration fees. The registration fees at the university are N$3 500 per semester,...
unam students

The University of Namibia has announced that come registration 2016, their fees will increase by 7,5%. Unam spokesperson, John Haufiku, said management initially wanted to increase the fees by 10% but reduced it to 7,5%...

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