On a righteous path to do good

UNAM Cares initiative makes a difference Over the last year, the University of Namibia has been on a moral campaign to reach out and make a difference in the lives of ordinary... Read more »

UNAM launches pioneering COVID-19 Contact Tracing Mobile App: NamCotrace

The University of Namibia (UNAM) has successfully launched a mobile app, named “NamCotrace”, that has the potential to become a key weapon in stopping the spread of COVID-19 through community-driven contact tracing.... Read more »

 UNAM & NBL team up to fight COVID-19

The University of Namibia (UNAM), supported by Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) – a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group is in the process of manufacturing more than 32, 000 litres... Read more »

School of Public Health graduate 33 practitioners

Since it became a standalone school in 2016, the School of Public Health is graduating its first cohort with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health (Honours) degree this year. All graduates... Read more »

“Communities will always need public health practitioners” – School of Public Health

Should medical doctors and nurses not suffice during pandemics? If there are no disease outbreaks, do public health practitioners go on extended holidays then? Seemingly not. Studying Public Health at the University... Read more »

Hand Sanitizer: Prepared by UNAM

The Faculty of Science and School of Pharmacy manufacture hand sanitiser for the University community, with limited ingredients, to restrict possible coronavirus infection on campuses. The ‘home-made’ hand sanitizer is prepared according... Read more »

SANLAM Namibia awards UNAM students with Internships and Bursaries

SANLAM Namibia, once again, demonstrated its commitment towards fostering skills development and capacity building of the future workforce in the interest of the country. At the handover ceremony, held last week, three... Read more »

Rising above the genocide

Mama Penee: Transcending the Genocide by Uazuvara Ewald Kapombo Katjivena Jahorora Petronella Inaavinuise, better known as Mama Penee, was only eleven years old when her parents were murdered in the genocidal war... Read more »

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 »