PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Namibia has roped in international financial experts from South Africa to assist them in the evaluation and disclosure of President Hage Geingob and First Lady Monica Geingos’ financial assets, the Windhoek Observer has established. According to well-placed sources, PwC has been in contact with a team of experts likely to fly in from South Africa, to ensure Geingob can deliver on his promise to the country.
Swapo party Secretary General (SG) Nangolo Mbumba has quashed speculation that the party is preparing for an extraordinary congress to elect Hage Geingob as official party president. In an interview on Thursday, Mbumba stressed that following President Hifikepunye Pohamba’s decision to step down and the subsequent appointment of Geingob to succeed him, Geingob now occupied the position of fully-fledged Swapo party president.
Government needs to prioritise rail infrastructure development and the effective functioning of TransNamib to build on the country’s competitive standing in Africa, RMB Namibia Managing Director Steve Galloway has said.
The Henties Bay municipality has allocated plots to the three leaders of the Affirmative Repositioning movement along with plots for 120 other youths.
Former African Stars Chairman Sidney Martin said this week that he does not intend to invest in football ever again. Martin’s comments come in the wake of his decision to end his six-year sponsorship of Katutura glamour football club African Stars.