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It is no wonder that recently resigned City of Windhoek (CoW) Chief Executive Officer, Robert Kahimise has jumped ship. The worse job in Namibia is to be a CEO of a municipality or township or village. Who would choose a toxic work environment with stones being thrown from all sides?

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Eino Emvula appointed Ninety One MD

Ninety One, the asset manager born out of the rebranding of Investec Asset Management Namibia has appointed Eino Emvula to the position of Managing Director for Namibia & Africa, excluding South Africa effective 1 February 2021.

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Time for an ideological paradigm shift

In a post-colonial Namibia, a cluster of the various socio-economic classes, which drove and spearheaded the liberation war, dating back to the war against German colonialism and imperialism, and ultimately against South African occupation, have been the ones in charge, politically.

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Agribusdev in dubious tender

Questions are being raised over the decision by the Agricultural Business Development Agency (Agribusdev) to award a multimillion dollar fertilizer supply tender to South African company, Kynoch, whose Namibian agent was linked to the government agency, despite the company not having bid for the tender.

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Time for an ideological paradigm shift

In a post-colonial Namibia, a cluster of the various socio-economic classes, which drove and spearheaded the liberation war, dating back to the war against German colonialism and imperialism, and ultimately against South African occupation, have been the ones in charge, politically.

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CoW CEO runs for calmer pastures

It is no wonder that recently resigned City of Windhoek (CoW) Chief Executive Officer, Robert Kahimise has jumped ship. The worse job in Namibia is to be a CEO of a municipality or township or village. Who would choose a toxic work environment with stones being thrown from all sides?

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