Employment is not the goal of Higher Education says UNAM Vice Chancellor

The UNAM Vice Chancellor, Professor Kenneth Matengu delivered a piercing speech at the University’s opening recently, in which he encouraged students to take initiative and solve problems. Staff and students huddled at... Read more »

Special orientation for law students at HRDC

On Thursday, 20 February 2020, LLB first-year students attended an orientation at the Human Rights & Documentation Centre (HRDC), to familiarise themselves with available services and information materials. Established by the University... Read more »

In Research this Week: Mahangu as Chicken Feed

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Phoenix Fiction for Children

Namibia-Wales ‘Fiction for Children’ Competition 2020 Launched Working once more in collaboration, under the banner of the Phoenix Project, the University of Namibia and Cardiff University in Wales (UK) launched a Writing... Read more »

The Nordic land exchange experience

13,650.5 km away, lays one of the largest countries in Northern Europe, called Sweden. Known for its famous midnight sun and contrasting weather, this perfectly describes this year’s exchange programme between the... Read more »

UNAM Law students clinch Moot Court competition

The University of Namibia (UNAM), recently participated in the regional moot court competition held in Gaborone, Botswana, where two students from the Faculty of Law walked away with top honours. A total... Read more »

Academics discuss economy rescue in the South

The southern town of Keetmanshoop was recently a hive of academics, who had gathered with the main aim to discuss means by which to resuscitate the Namibian economy. The conference was courtesy... Read more »

Mika ascends the skies with Qatar Airways

The old adage that what doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger, is one that continues to be proven true by highly motivated and resolute individuals who refuse to let life’s challenges... Read more »

Students improve the utilization of low quality roughages by Urea-Molasses Treatment

During dry seasons, ruminants subsist mainly on high fibrous crop residues such as maize, pearl millet, sorghum and rice straws. Straws are characterized by high indigestible fibre due to increased lignification of... Read more »

Parkies Primary pupils pray for rain

Time stopped on a hot Thursday morning in Pioneers Park, Windhoek, as the pupils of Parkies Primary School lifted their arms in the air and prayed for rain. It rained two days... Read more »