In Research this Week: Mahangu as Chicken Feed

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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 »

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 »

Anthropology Workshops focus on Decolonization

The Visual Arts Department at UNAM and the Institute of Anthropology and Cultural Research, from the University of Bremen, held two workshops that addressed key anthropological issues in modern-day Namibia. The first... Read more »

Lecturer presents paper at Tanzanian Conference on Distance Education

Ms Helena Amadhila from the Department of Lifelong Learning and Community Education, presented a paper titled “Reaching the knot in education, employment and training (NEET) generation through blended TVET: Case study of... Read more »

Exchange project targets Small Town Transformation

Students from UNAM and the University of Basel went through a four-week international exchange programme, themed “Small Town Transformation”. The two groups travelled to various small towns in Namibia and Switzerland, to... Read more »

Education experts assist Police Force with materials development

The Namibian Police Force had 80 of its finest members undergo a Materials Development Training programme, assisted by consultants from the University of Namibia, via the University’s Central Consultancy Bureau. The roughly,... Read more »

In Research this Week: Lead Pollution

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In Research this Week: Xenophobia

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NBS faculty named PRL Fellow for Case Writing

August 2019 Katrina Simon-Agolory, a lecturer at Namibia Business School, has been named a 2019 Paul R. Lawrence Fellow by the Case Research Foundation. According to Anne T Lawrence, Chair of the... Read more »