Social Issues

Giving hope to the destitute

6 days ago - 18 August 2019 | Social Issues

Walvis Bay • Leandrea Louw The Promiseland Trust, established in Walvis Bay in 2009, feeds more than 2 500 children across the town every day.Founded by Tobie and Magda Nel, it initially began as a...

Potjie'ing for Orlindi

6 days ago - 18 August 2019 | Social Issues

During Auas Valley Shopping Mall's recent Late Night shopping event, N$11 150 was raised towards the Orlindi orphanage. The money will be used to buy groceries for the orphanage located in Windhoek's Donkerhoek area.During the...

Winter warmers for the east

3 weeks ago - 28 July 2019 | Social Issues

Agribank staff members recently donated blankets and winter clothes to the Gobabis Project School and the Epako Old Age Home. These items were collected from staff members on a voluntary basis over the past two...

Nadja shows she cares

1 month - 21 July 2019 | Social Issues

In her first public appearance as Miss Namibia 2019, Nadja Breytenbach, and Michelle McLean-Bailey in her capacity as chairperson of her trust, handed over donations to Hope Village and the Side by Side Early Intervention...

Buy your fruit of hope now

1 month - 07 July 2019 | Social Issues

The Bank Windhoek Cancer Apple project is in full swing, with apple sales that began earlier this week. The good news is that the price per apple remains at N$5 and you have until 31...

CAN training at Rehoboth

1 month - 30 June 2019 | Social Issues

Psychosocial support plays a critical role during and after the treatment of cancer. In this vein, the Cancer Association of Namibia recently hosted a commentary...

Give this dog a bone

1 month - 30 June 2019 | Social Issues

The SPCA Windhoek launched an exciting new initiative earlier this week, called Dixie's Fund.According to the SPCA's general manager Hanna Rhodin, Dixie's story is one...

More bucks for D2C

1 month - 30 June 2019 | Social Issues

The Dare to Care (D2C) drought fund for fodder subsidies was boosted by N$100 000 thanks to a donation by Ombaye Fishing. At the handover,...

Familie sonder hoop

2 months ago - 23 June 2019 | Social Issues

Nkurenkuru • Kenya Kambowe 'n Familie van vyf in die Kayeure-nedersetting in die Musese-kiesafdeling van Kavango-Oos bly in 'n 2x2 m-struktuur bestaande uit stukkies muskietnet,...

Help hier, asseblief!

2 months ago - 23 June 2019 | Social Issues

Windhoek • Rodney SwartbooiEk was onlangs by ’n konferensie op Otjiwarongo en dit was op pad terug wat ek afgekom het op ’n gesin, ’n...

Pageant winner supports schools

2 months ago - 23 June 2019 | Social Issues

Winter is always a time for reflection and appreciating what you have, and this year is no different!During 2018, the first runner up of Miss...

Magic at Mammadu

2 months ago - 23 June 2019 | Social Issues

During the school holidays, the Mammadu Centre in Windhoek remains open so that kids that remain in the capital, are kept busy with some holiday...

Social Issues

Miss Namibia takes on cyberbullying

2 months ago - 16 June 2019 | Social Issues

In an effort to create a reciprocal learning opportunity for the public to exchange ideas and expand their knowledge, Miss Namibia 2018 Selma Kamanya, headed...

A special visit to special...

2 months ago - 09 June 2019 | Social Issues

Evany van WykThe Miss High School finalists for 2019 paid a visit to the Katutura Old Age Home on Monday where they, along with choirs...

Een man se roeping om...

2 months ago - 26 May 2019 | Social Issues

Yolanda Nel Ongeag die uitdagings wat een man self in die gesig staar, het hy besluit dat wanneer God praat, dan bly jy steeds gehoorsaam...

Manne hou kers aan die...

3 months ago - 19 May 2019 | Social Issues

Boet Matthews In Khomasdal is daar 'n groep wat oortyd werk om die gemeente in hul kerk te dien.Dis nie aldag dat jy sulke mense...

Donated kennels making a difference

3 months ago - 19 May 2019 | Social Issues

Swakopmund • Adolf Kaure The Township Doghouse Project recently handed over doghouses to dog owners in the DRC informal settlement. The privately funded charity strives...

Beer Pong for Hope

3 months ago - 19 May 2019 | Social Issues

The Auas Valley Shopping Mall recently donated food and basic necessities valued at N$10 000 to the Hope Village in the capital, following the Clausthaler...

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