Social Issues

O&L spreads Christmas joy

2 weeks ago - 01 December 2017 | Social Issues

Otis Finck Christmas arrived early for approximately 150 orphaned and vulnerable children at the coast. Santa Claus dished out gift packs while surprise appearances by Minnie and Mickey Mouse mascots, brought sheer joy...

Promiseland Trust boosted financially

2 weeks ago - 01 December 2017 | Social Issues

Promiseland Trust (PT), a non-profit welfare organisation caring for and assisting underprivileged and destitute children in Walvis Bay, received a donation of N$101 000 from Buccaneer (Pty) Ltd and JCM Theart (Pty) Ltd. The...

NSA records huge population growth at coast

3 weeks ago - 24 November 2017 | Social Issues

The movement of people from rural to urban areas has increased at an exponential rate with a total increase of 31 593 in the population of the Erongo region between 2011 and 2016.In the Namibia...

Prophesy dooms truck driver

1 year - 01 December 2016 | Social Issues

An apostle tendered an apology for a prophesy he uttered with regard to the life of a long-distance truck driver and expelled the man''s girlfriend from his church.Johannes Kaali, a truck driver from Walvis Bay,...

Baby dumping on the rise

1 year - 24 November 2016 | Social Issues

Leandrea Louw Only six babies that have been abandoned by their mothers in the past four years have been found alive through an anonymous SMS line, Baby Line. These mothers have followed the proper legal...

Early Christmas treat for elderly

1 year - 10 November 2016 | Social Issues

Faith Academy hosted a senior citizens day at Kuisebmond community hall on Saturday.The 80 learners from the school treated 40 elderly from Kuisebmond to a...

Communities to be assisted

1 year - 04 August 2016 | Social Issues

Member of Parliament and chairperson of the National Council, Margaret Mensah-Williams, told community members in Swakopmund that the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) initiated to add...

Blankets, shoes donated to elderly

1 year - 28 July 2016 | Social Issues

Elderly citizens of the Mondesa suburb in Swakopmund received blankets, shoes and soup from the I Care initiative. “Never get tired of doing little things...

Communities to be assisted

1 year - 28 July 2016 | Social Issues

Otis Finck - Member of parliament and chairperson of the National Council, Margaret Mensah-Williams, told community members in Swakopmund that the Constituency Development Fund (CDF)...

MONDESA

1 year - 23 June 2016 | Social Issues

The vital roll elders play in their communities and the development of the youth is the driving force behind the “I Care” initiative. The founder...

Day of the African Child

1 year - 23 June 2016 | Social Issues

Children from various schools in the Erongo Region participated in a march at Swakopmund to commemorate the Day of the African Child. The main event,...

SWAKOPMUND

1 year - 23 June 2016 | Social Issues

During her visit to Namibia, the popular South African singer and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) goodwill ambassador, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, was officially welcomed...

Social Issues

Swakopmund

1 year - 23 June 2016 | Social Issues

“Our children are our future”, Chaka Chaka said at a brief press conference in Swakopmund before departing to South Africa.Unicef representative, Micaela Marques de Sousa,...

Private Violence

1 year - 09 June 2016 | Social Issues

It will also be screened at a number of other libraries throughout Namibia to raise awareness of the issue of GBV. Private Violence focuses on...

Walk to end world poverty

1 year - 09 June 2016 | Social Issues

The Australian poverty ambassador, Matt Napier, has started his 2250 km walk across Southern Africa to raise awareness of poverty.Walk to a Better World, a...

For the love of charity

1 year - 09 June 2016 | Social Issues

The annual Round Table Winter Knights Campaign conducted on 3 June surpassed its target of 2015. “This year’s event was once again a huge...

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