Education

Goodbye, for now

2 days ago - 12 November 2019 | Education

The Deutsche Höhere Privatschule Windhoek (DHPS) bid farewell to 44 Abitur graduates who are entering a new phase of their lives.The event not only marked the end of the young people’s school career, but above...

Education Ministry receives books

2 days ago - 12 November 2019 | Education

Yolanda Nel The First Rand Foundation donated books to the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture to the value of N$50 000 on Tuesday. According to Mazinza Ndala, librarian at the Education library services, said...

New classrooms for CLaSH

1 week ago - 06 November 2019 | Education

Celebrating its 30th anniversary, The Association for Children with Language, Speech and Hearing Impairments of Namibia (CLaSH) completed a new building on the premises of NISE’s School for the Hearing Impaired.The new building consists of...

UNIC supports ‘One Child, One Book’ campaign

4 weeks ago - 16 October 2019 | Education

The United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) Windhoek handed over books valued at N$12 000 to the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture (MoEAC), through the Namibia Library and Archive Service (NLAS) this week.With a shortage...

Pikkie Paradys word mondig

1 month - 03 October 2019 | Education

Gerine HoffMet 21 jaar agter die rug, is Pikkie Paradys pre-primêre skool nou volwaardig mondig.Wat in 1998 as ’n droom vir Florene Louw begin het, is nou – saam met Yvette Kruger – bewaarheid en...

Creating leaders of the future

1 month - 01 October 2019 | Education

A group of 20 newly appointed Learner Representative Council (LRC) members from ten government schools in the Khomas region, got the chance to build to...

Ready to read

1 month - 30 September 2019 | Education

Schools in Gobabis ended the National Readathon Week with reading and spelling activities in the town on Friday. The event is a weeklong campaign run...

Four more Namibians to study in Japan

1 month - 24 September 2019 | Education

Four Namibian scholars who received scholarships from the Japanese government to complete their postgraduate studies there, visited the Japanese ambassador to Namibia, H.E. Hideaki Harada...

A century for Waldorf schools

1 month - 20 September 2019 | Education

This year Waldorf schools around the globe celebrate the opening of the first Waldorf school in Stuttgart, Germany, a century ago and schools in Namibia...

ADB’s Felipe visits NUST

1 month - 20 September 2019 | Education

Earlier this week the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) in collaboration with the Bank of Namibia (BoN), hosted a public lecture titled If...

Fridays ARE for the future

1 month - 19 September 2019 | Education

The Deutsche Höhere Privatschule (DHPS) in Windhoek is challenging learners and other activists to join around 100 students in the #FridaysforFuture global strike on Friday...

Keeping DREAMS alive

1 month - 19 September 2019 | Education

The Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) had its annual HIV/AIDS Awareness and Wellness Campaign last week, themed Knowledge is power.The event aims to...

Education

I spy with my little...

2 months ago - 09 September 2019 | Education

The third year UNAM Entrepreneurship Class recently paid a visit to Optic Exclusive to learn more about their daily operations. At the same time the...

Literacy day celebrated worldwide

2 months ago - 06 September 2019 | Education

In an effort for governments, civil society and stakeholders to highlight improvements in world literacy rates, International Literacy Day is celebrated on 8 September every...

Select fellowship for NBS’s Katrina

2 months ago - 29 August 2019 | Education

John HaufikuKatrina Simon-Agolory, a lecturer at Namibia Business School (NBS), has been named one of only ten 2019 Paul R. Lawrence Fellows by the Case...

Spelling Bee creates a buzz

2 months ago - 25 August 2019 | Education

Linea Kapofi won N$5 000 in Sanlam and Unam’s third tertiary Spelling Bee, ahead of Rossy Tjiriange (N$2 500) and Helena Ilovu (N$1 500) recently.The...

Take stress in stride

2 months ago - 25 August 2019 | Education

Charine Glen-Spyron and Albin Jacobs The world is becoming more competitive. Society has created a fear in us that if we are not highly...

Art students hone business skills

2 months ago - 25 August 2019 | Education

Vague, a new performing arts group emerged as victors after taking part in a three-day Arts Entrepreneurship Workshop.Hosted by Bank Windhoek and the College of...

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