-The ongoing battle between the Namibian Boxing and Wrestling Control Board and Kinda Boxing stable has now become a police case after the Boxing promoter opened a case of theft against the Boxing Board
-As the world marks International Water day, Residents of Cape Town in South Africa have very little reason if any at all to celebrate.
The city has been struggling to cope with the devastating drought.
-The organisers of NAMAs 2017 held a mandatory nominee workshop with artists nominated for the Namibian Annual Music Awards scheduled to take place in April this year.
The organisers gave the nominees a brief overview of the event and tips on how nominees should enhance their personal brand at the event.
-The City of Windhoek used to be renowned for its cleanliness among international cities. Now Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda, has become the latest African city to receive the recognition for its spotlessness.
-Abnormally high sea temperatures have resulted in heavy rains and flooding in Peru, the worst the country has experienced in two decades.
This year, rains and floods have killed 70 people with more than 70 000 others left homeless.
-Most people seem not to understand the importance of vocational education in the country's development.
Institutions providing vocational education are regarded as an alternative to those who do not perform well in the academic stream or have not secured admission to university.
-More than 1 000 people have applied for veteran status at the Ministry of Veterans Affairs.
The Ministry will soon start with the vetting process to determine whether applicants have met the requirements or not.