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Desert Dash beckons para-cyclists

Para-cyclists (seated from left) Gabriel Nghiishishililwa, Nico Kharuxab, Lukas Ndahangwapo, Roodley Gowaseb, and Modestu Lipuleni along with Jean Paul Schmidt (standing left) and Michael Hamukwaya. Photo: Contributed

TWO para-cycling teams are fine-tuning for their debut in the upcoming Nedbank Desert Dash. They are among the first participants living with disability to enter the challenging 397-kilometre 24-hour race that sees cyclists riding from Windhoek to Swakopmund through the Namib Desert.



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Artists consider new memorials and inclusive futures

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ON the eve of the removal of the Curt von François statue in Windhoek's city centre, decolonial artists and activists Nicola Brandt, Gift Uzera and Muningandu Hoveka reflect on the acts of remembering, on new forms of cultural memory, innovative practices of self and on inclusive futures.



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Namibia, Africa's 10th industrialised nation

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NAMIBIA has been ranked as the 10th most industrialised nation on the continent, beating Ethiopia, Angola, Ghana and even Rwanda, a recently released African Development Bank (AfDB) ranking index shows.


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