Everton seal Premier League survival after epic escape, Burnley out of bottom three
EVERTON staged a dramatic fightback from two goals down to preserve their Premier League status with a 3-2 win against Crystal Palace, while Burnley climbed out of the relegation zone after a 1-1 draw at Aston Villa on Thursday.
Pirates vow to avoid another Moroccan mauling
SOUTH African club Orlando Pirates aim to dispel the belief that they are easy prey for Moroccan rivals by defeating Renaissance Berkane in the CAF Confederation Cup final in Uyo, Nigeria, on Friday.
Verstappen targets title initiative at scene of teenage triumph
MAX Verstappen returns to the scene of his stunning teenage maiden Formula One triumph at the Spanish Grand Prix this weekend as a battle-hardened world champion in pursuit of his second title.
Maria reflects on Nigerian experience
CREATIVE, Maria Nepembe continues to rub shoulders with royalty after she recently attended the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA’S) in Lagos Nigeria.
Mansfield presents ‘Still Life Stories’
Hello Kitty gets the Botticelli treatment and Superman presides via Sun Tzu in Michael Mansfield’s ‘Still Life Stories’. Mansfield’s seventh solo exhibition currently on display at The Project Room, the collection marries the artists bizarre, oil and canvas musings with the genre of still life to droll effect.
Namibian musician bags award in Canada
Namibian musician Garth Prinsonsky has won a music award at the Juno Awards in Toronto, Canada.
Botswana to ban more veggie imports
NAMIBIAN exporters of vegetables to Botswana, especially those along the fertile Zambezi region, might have it tough if that country effects its plan to expand its ban on vegetables.
Katutura Expo to revive Covid-19-struck businesses
THE Katutura Expo this year will be held at the Sam Nujoma Stadium from 31 August to 3 September.
Poultry producers to hold roadshows
NEXT week, the Poultry Producers Association (PPA) of Namibia will stage a roadshow, in collaboration with Agribank and Namib Poultry, to meet members and potential members in northern Namibia and share information about the industry.
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551 new Covid-19 infections
Namibia’s new coronavirus infections shot up with 551 yesterday.
The new infections include 129 learners, 21 healthcare workers, 17 students and 16 teachers.
This was announced by health and social services minister Kalumbi Shangula this afternoon.
“Cases are reported from 12 regions, with more cases (45,4%) still being reported from the Khomas region,” the minister said.
Shangula also said the country recorded zero deaths linked to the coronavirus and 84 recoveries.
He further said 73 people are currently hospitalised with Covid-19, with five of the patients in intensive care units.
Namibia’s current coronavirus pandemic figures are:
Confirmed cases: 161 191
Fully vaccinated individuals: 414 672
Journalist at The Namibian