Minister of Safety and Security Retired Major-General Charles Namoloh has confirmed that the Financial Intelligence Unit is investigating whether the Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement has any foreign donors.
Certain Polytechnic of Namibia council members were left disappointed when the Anti-Corruption Commission requested the institution to conduct its own internal investigation first into allegations against Rector Tjama Tjivikua.
NSX-listed Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) has again eased fears of potential job losses after the brewer announced plans to acquire a 25 percent stake in South African based Sedibeng Brewery and further its stake in DHN Drinks by 9.5 percent.
The dust refuses to settle in the case between dismissed permanent secretaries Joseph Iita and Erastus Negonga, and the Government after the Office of the Labour Commissioner postponed the case to 18 August.
Meeting Matheus Tuhafeni Michael, one can never imagine him belting out classical compositions, but boy does he! Known as Boom by his friends, Michael is a student at the College of the Arts, studying for a Diploma in African Performing Arts and taking classes in Classical singing.