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British murder suspect in Nam survives UK fraud allegations

British murder suspect in Nam survives UK fraud allegations

British billionaire, who is currently awaiting murder trial in Namibia, Harvey Boulter, has been exonerated Court of fraud allegations in Cayman Islands Grant Court. Boulter was being sued by liqu...
British murder suspect in Nam survives UK fraud allegations

British murder suspect in Nam survives UK fraud allegations

British billionaire, who is currently awaiting murder trial in Namibia, Harvey Boulter, has been exonerated Court of fraud allegations in Cayman Islands Grant Court. Boulter was being sued by liqu...
Call for fake goods probe at China shops…Allegations of tax evasion, money laundering also demanded

Call for fake goods probe at China shops
…Allegations of tax evasion, money laundering also demanded

Obrein Simasiku/Hertta-Maria Amutenja Tension and emotions flared high as hundreds of people occupied some streets in the capital protesting against alleged sexual exploitation of Namibian workers...

CEO divides Swapo council in Grootfontein

Obrein Simasiku Dust refuses to settle in Grootfontein, as another faction in support of the town mayor, Talitha Garises, has come to her defence.The group says the mayor should be left alone to f...
China Town saga bail application postponed

China Town saga bail application postponed

Obrein Simasiku The fight for bail in the China Town protest rages on in the Katutura Magistrate’s Court with defence lawyers set to make final submissions tomorrow afternoon.The matter was postpo...
Relentless NEFF mobilises another mass protest…..Police warns against lawlessness

Relentless NEFF mobilises another mass protest
…..Police warns against lawlessness

Obrein Simasiku The Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) is organising yet another mass protest on Wednesday in solidarity and to demand the release of its arrested commissar for economic deve...
Nedbank Women in Media Conference a success

Nedbank Women in Media Conference a success

Staff WriterThe second edition of the Nedbank in Women in Media Conference took place on Saturday, 14 May, under the theme ‘Alike in so many ways’. The conference was organised to commemorate Wor...

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British murder suspect in Nam survives UK fraud allegations

British billionaire, who is currently awaiting murder trial in Namibia, Harvey Boulter, has been exonerated Court of fraud allegations in Cayman Islands Grant Court. Boulter was being sued by liqu...

Call for fake goods probe at China shops
…Allegations of tax evasion, money laundering also demanded

Obrein Simasiku/Hertta-Maria Amutenja Tension and emotions flared high as hundreds of people occupied some streets in the capital protesting against alleged sexual exploitation of Namibian workers...

CEO divides Swapo council in Grootfontein

Obrein Simasiku Dust refuses to settle in Grootfontein, as another faction in support of the town mayor, Talitha Garises, has come to her defence.The group says the mayor should be left alone to f...

China Town saga bail application postponed

Obrein Simasiku The fight for bail in the China Town protest rages on in the Katutura Magistrate’s Court with defence lawyers set to make final submissions tomorrow afternoon.The matter was postpo...

Relentless NEFF mobilises another mass protest
…..Police warns against lawlessness

Obrein Simasiku The Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) is organising yet another mass protest on Wednesday in solidarity and to demand the release of its arrested commissar for economic deve...

Nedbank Women in Media Conference a success

Staff WriterThe second edition of the Nedbank in Women in Media Conference took place on Saturday, 14 May, under the theme ‘Alike in so many ways’. The conference was organised to commemorate Wor...

Observer Money

Small retail importers not protected from counterfeits confiscation

Small retail importers not protected from counterfeits confiscation

Tujoromajo Kasuto The Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRA), yesterday destroyed counterfeit goods valued at over N$5 million, which were confiscated following their illegal importation into the country. ...

Mining sector prone to Illicit Financial Flows

Obrein Simasiku The extraction or mining sector is one of the most vulnerable to Illicit Financial Flows (IFF), because African authorities lack the expertise and the skills to seal loopholes, whic...
Namibia, SA selected on IPU Russia/Ukraine task force

Namibia, SA selected on IPU Russia/Ukraine task force

Martin Endjala The Inter Parliamentary Union (IPU) has elected Namibia and South Africa, as the only African countries to form a task force mandated to resolve the ongoing Russia and Ukraine confli...
LPM wants corporates to develop communities

LPM wants corporates to develop communities

Martin Endjala The Landless People’s Movement is questioning the level of commitment of corporates to develop local communities where they operate. LPM says businesses, particularly mining compani...
Nekongo warned not to neglect SPYL ……breaks silence on youth league endorsement

Nekongo warned not to neglect SPYL ……breaks silence on youth league endorsement

  Obrein Simasiku The Secretary of the Swapo Party Youth League may lose his influence over the organ when he goes to the National Assembly, after his appointment as a member of Parliament ...

Government accused of “greenwashing”

Tujoromajo Kasuto A survey conducted by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) Research Associate Dietrich Remmert, has accused the Namibian government of ‘’greenwashing’’ as a global lead...

Observer Sports

Mushelenga concerned about illegal surveillance of journalists

Mushelenga concerned about illegal surveillance of journalists

Martin Endjala Information, Communication and Technology Minister has urged journalists to continue putting more effort in their work and exposing sensitive information, despite the growing trend o...
Youth urged to take charge of their future

Youth urged to take charge of their future

Martin Endjala Young people are urged to take charge of their future and to empower their vision by ensuring that they fulfill it. “Each generation must discover their own mission to fulfill it or ...
ECB hikes bulk power price

ECB hikes bulk power price

Staff Writer The Electricity Control Board has announced an increase in the average bulk price by 7.3 percent from the current approved tariff of N$1.6982 per kilowatt-hour to N$1.8222 per kilowatt...

Oshikoto prioritises financial transparency ….internal audit committee coming

The Oshikoto Regional Council has set aside N$1 000 000 for the Rural Sanitation Project. The regional council revealed this during its Annual Plan and Review Workshop for the 2020/21 financial year ...

NDF soldier threatens to kill family

Tujomajo Kasuto A member of the Namibian Defence Force Member (NDF) was arrested on Monday after he threatened to burn the house, kill his mother, children in his homestead and then take his own li...
LPM ordered to reinstate, pay legal cost of councillors

LPM ordered to reinstate, pay legal cost of councillors

Staff Reporter The Landless People’s Movement has lost its case in the High Court against two of its Mariental local authority councilors on Friday, April 29. LPM wanted an earlier judgement to ...

NEFF’s action a bold class conscious progressive step in support of workers

Only after the Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) raised the illegal employment of some Chinese nationals boldly by entering the premises of Cheetah Cement were these nationals deported. It i...
Schlettwein must be serious

Schlettwein must be serious

The anticipation and expectations created by the 1991 and 2018 Land Conferences among the landless and land owners alike, cannot be over emphasised. The fears of the land barons, including those no...

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