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Women's retreat empowers


THE Twapewa Kadhikwa Annual Women's Retreat weekend, which aimed to activate the faith of women, as well as renew their mindsets for a more productive and prosperous future, will be remembered by those who attended as a life changer.

'Ompata' Headed to Big Screen

THE gritty reality of township life is often overlooked or ignored, but young film-maker Roger Rafael has found a way to creatively tell these stories through a YouTube series titled 'Ompata'.


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Average house prices edge up


AT the end of March this year, the average price of a house in Namibia was N$1,2 million – about N$100 000 more than during the same time last year.

Namibians show interest in US trade

Elijah Mukubonda

SEVERAL Namibian entrepreneurs have shown interest in pursuing business opportunities in the United States after making contacts at the Namibia-US trade summit held in Namibia early this month.


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      SA women thump Namibia

      by Helge Schütz

      Merilees Govender in action for Namibia. File photo

      SOUTH Africa thumped Namibia 128-3 in their Rugby Africa Women's Cup match at City Park in Cape Town on Thursday, after leading 54-3 at halftime.

      SA, who had earlier beaten Zimbabwe 108-0, were once again a class apart as they ran in 20 tries in a sparkling performance.
      Their forwards dominated up front, pushing Namibia back metres in the scrums, while locks Lerato Makua and Nompumelelo Mathe, and flanker Sinazo Mcatshulwa excelled in the loose, scoring several tries between them.
      Amongst the backs, fullback Nadine Roos and replacement wing Simamkele Namba stood out with four tries each, while flyhalf Libbie Janse van Rensburg added 38 points through two tries and 14 conversions.
      The win saw SA winning the southern leg of the inaugural competition and they will now go through to the finals against other regional winners later this year.
      Zimbabwe, who had earlier beaten Namibia 72-0, finished second, while Namibia came third.

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