First Family joins Nation in Celebrating Easter

Namibia's first family, President Hage Geingob and First Lady Monica Geingos, joined congregants at the Inner-City Lutheran Congregation Church in Windhoek for the Easter Sunday service.

The Easter Sunday service is held in remembrance of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, three days after his death by crucifixion.

Pastor Brian Mbazuvara, during his benediction, implored the congregants to emulate the character and deeds of Jesus Christ by not writing off those who have wronged or faulted them.

2023 will be a hectic year says Collin Benjamin

Brave Warriors Head Coach Collin Benjamin says the year 2023 will likely be extremely busy. 

With several International competitions to participate in, the Brave Warriors will have a busy schedule this year as they aim to improve their performances and put Namibia on the global map.

The lads will hit the ground running with a tough AFCON  Qualifier encounter against the 'Teranga Lions' of Cameroon in a two leg fixture but the official date is yet to be announced as they are expected to play both legs within the space of seven days - from the 22nd to the 28th of March.

Three chosen for Multichoice Talent Factory Class of 2023

Namibia will be represented by three aspiring filmmakers in the latest cohort of the MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF), MultiChoice Namibia (MCN) has announced.

The three are Fimanekweni Paulus, Tekla Nakale, and Romeo Urikeraka, who were chosen from 60 applicants to participate in the MTF's 12-month training program in Lusaka, Zambia.

According to a press release issued by MultiChoice on Tuesday, the program focuses on theory and hands-on filmmaking experience, including scriptwriting, cinematography, editing, and audio post-production.

Itsawisis residents are optimistic that the year 2023 will bring prosperity

Blouwes Traditional Authority Councillor Annamarie Swartbooi told nbc News at Itsawisis that despite the numerous challenges that residents of the tiny settlement faced in 2022, she is optimistic that the year 2023 will bring prosperity.

Even more exciting, he says, are the good rains expected in the first weeks of next month.

Itsawisis is situated about 40 kilometers north of Keetmanshoop on the B1 road and is home to about 80 residents, mostly subsistence farmers.

President Hage Geingob declares 2023 the "Year of Revival"

Namibia is expected to earn between N$60 and N$95 billion in taxes per year, in addition to royalties from its estimated 6,5 billion barrels of oil.

The contribution to the country's gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to increase by more than N$600 million, thanks to the envisaged oil industry, by the year 2040.

President Hage Geingob shared this and other economic prospects for the country in his New Year's message.

The Head of State themed 2023 as the "Year of Revival," with a call on Namibians to look to the future with renewed hope and optimism.

Moses ||Garoëb Constituency residents to vote on 6 January 2023 for new regional councillor

Residents of the Moses ||Garoëb Constituency will go to the polls on 6 January next year to elect a new regional councillor.

The by-election became necessary following the death of the constituency's councillor, Aili Venonya, earlier this month. 

The supplementary registration of voters will be conducted from 31 October to 2 November.