By PINEHAS NAKAZIKO Mental independence is the basis of independent thinking, independent decision-making, and leads to independent actions and behaviour, says youth activist and a student at the University of … Continue Reading Namibia: Student urges youth to contribute to development
By JOHN MUYAMBA A young man is combining his love for sport and activism to raise awareness on Voluntary Male Medical Circumcision (VMMC) in the Kavango East and West regions. … Continue Reading Namibia: Youth uses sport to preach voluntary circumcision
Swanu of Namibia is appealing to the Ministry of Higher Education, Training and Innovation to work with all tertiary education institutions closely to ensure that graduates graduate in employment, rather … Continue Reading Namibia: Higher Education must work closely with tertiary institutions
By Aletta Shikololo Lydia Festus, socially known as Lydia October, is not just your regular teenage girl having at the age of 19 years already made herself a brand and … Continue Reading Namibia: 19 Year Old Girl Inspires, Changes Lives Through Poetry
By Staff Reporter There has been a lot of complaints about youth unemployment in Namibia and it has become a widely talked about issue. The unemployment rate measures the number … Continue Reading Namibia Youth must go for what they believe in.
BY NUUSITA ASHIPALA Minister of Justice, Sacky Shanghala, has heeded the call of the youth for ageing politicians and individuals in key leadership positions to pave the way for young … Continue Reading Namibia: Shanghala calls for ageing politicians to pave way for youth
By Staff Reporter There is a popular saying in Oshiwambo that translate to “hard work never kills”. Something that the elders in the north constantly tell the youth, especially the … Continue Reading Namibia: Youth Must Turn to Blue Collar Jobs
President Geingob has had a busy start to the year 2019, seized with matters of national development and regional peace and security in the Southern African Development Community (Sadc). On … Continue Reading Namibia: Deepening democracy in Sadc: A youth perspective