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Amushelelo arrested in Walvis Bay protest

Amushelelo arrested in Walvis Bay protest

Martin Endjala The Namibia Economic Freedom Fighter member and activist Michael Amushelelo was arrested today at Walvis Bay Police, during a protest in solidarity with shoprite workers. The con...
Amushelelo arrested in Walvis Bay protest

Amushelelo arrested in Walvis Bay protest

Martin Endjala The Namibia Economic Freedom Fighter member and activist Michael Amushelelo was arrested today at Walvis Bay Police, during a protest in solidarity with shoprite workers. The con...
No change in fuel prices for February

No change in fuel prices for February

Martin Endjala Motorists will not have to worry about having to dig deeper in their pockets for fuel in the month of February, as prices remain unchanged. This is after the Ministry of Mines an...
NNFU Board shall not allow Meatco going down the drain

NNFU Board shall not allow Meatco going down the drain

Staff Writer As the only marketing agency for the livestock of especially communal farmers, the NNFU shall not allow the Meat Corporation of Namibia, Meatco, the semi-government meat marketing com...
Geingob breaks silence on controversial medical tender

Geingob breaks silence on controversial medical tender

Martin Endjala President Hage Geingob has distanced himself from the Central Procurement Board of Namibia medical tender award, calling for it to be cancelled. The N$650 million medical tender ...
Cabinet instructs CRAN todevelop a 5G national plan

Cabinet instructs CRAN to
develop a 5G national plan

Martin Endjala The Minister of Information Communication and Technology, Peya Mushelanga says cabinet has directed the Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia to develop a 5G national plan ...
Namibians complacent about HIV andAIDS prevention measures – Shangula

Namibians complacent about HIV and
AIDS prevention measures – Shangula

Tujoromajo Kasuto Minister Of Health And Social Services, Kalumbi Shangula says that the gains that Namibia has made in the fight against HIV/AIDS are fragile and without critical HIV prevention a...

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Amushelelo arrested in Walvis Bay protest

Martin Endjala The Namibia Economic Freedom Fighter member and activist Michael Amushelelo was arrested today at Walvis Bay Police, during a protest in solidarity with shoprite workers. The con...

No change in fuel prices for February

Martin Endjala Motorists will not have to worry about having to dig deeper in their pockets for fuel in the month of February, as prices remain unchanged. This is after the Ministry of Mines an...

NNFU Board shall not allow Meatco going down the drain

Staff Writer As the only marketing agency for the livestock of especially communal farmers, the NNFU shall not allow the Meat Corporation of Namibia, Meatco, the semi-government meat marketing com...

Geingob breaks silence on controversial medical tender

Martin Endjala President Hage Geingob has distanced himself from the Central Procurement Board of Namibia medical tender award, calling for it to be cancelled. The N$650 million medical tender ...

Cabinet instructs CRAN to
develop a 5G national plan

Martin Endjala The Minister of Information Communication and Technology, Peya Mushelanga says cabinet has directed the Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia to develop a 5G national plan ...

Namibians complacent about HIV and
AIDS prevention measures – Shangula

Tujoromajo Kasuto Minister Of Health And Social Services, Kalumbi Shangula says that the gains that Namibia has made in the fight against HIV/AIDS are fragile and without critical HIV prevention a...

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Angolan Ministry of Transport and Consortium Trafigura, Vecturis, and Mota-Engil sign Concession Contract for Lobito Corridor Management

Angolan Ministry of Transport and Consortium Trafigura, Vecturis, and Mota-Engil sign Concession Contract for Lobito Corridor Management

The Angolan Executive, through the Ministry of Transport, and the consortium consisting of Trafigura Group Pte Ltd, Vecturis, SA, and Mota-Engil, Engenharia e Construção África, SA, signed on Novembe...
Reviving the Elizabeth Bay Mine

Reviving the Elizabeth Bay Mine

CHAMWE KAIRA Sperrgebiet Diamond Mining (Pty) Ltd, which plans to start mining at the Elizabeth Mine near Luderitz in this fourth quarter, plans an initial production of 240 000 carats per annum b...
Development Bank to resume Good Business Awards

Development Bank to resume Good Business Awards

Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) Head of Marketing and Corporate Communication, Jerome Mutumba, has announced the resumption of the Good Business Awards on 3 November 2022, with finalists and winner...
Telecom Namibia to invest N$2.3 billion in modernising network

Telecom Namibia to invest N$2.3 billion in modernising network

CHAMWE KAIRA Telecom Namibia which is marking 30 years in business this year plans to invest over N$2.3 billion in the next five plus years to modernize its national network both fixed and mobile,...
AgriBank stops cash payments

AgriBank stops cash payments

Obrein Simasiku The Agricultural Bank of Namibia (AgriBank) will no longer accept cash as a form of payment starting from December. This decision is to curb money laundering in the country, said t...
Namibia shines at Africa Energy Week

Namibia shines at Africa Energy Week

O’brien Simasiku Namibia is cherished by many countries over its recent oil discoveries in the off-shore coast including its touted development of the green hydrogen project, which will make it fe...

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High Court appoints three judges

High Court appoints three judges

The judiciary today announced the appointment of David Munsu and Erich Kessiau as Judges of the High Court, and Christiaan Philanda as an Acting Judge. The appointment are effective from 1 April 2...
City drainage overwhelmed by heavy rainfall..as businesses pay the ultimate price

City drainage overwhelmed by heavy rainfall
..as businesses pay the ultimate price

Tujoromajo Kasuto Windhoek experienced a flurry of activity yesterday as residents and companies scrambled to save what little has been left of their homes and commercial facilities after torrenti...
MAWLR receives 11 4X4 vehicles from the EU

MAWLR receives 11 4X4 vehicles from the EU

Martin Endjala The Ministry of Agriculture, Water Land Reform (MAWLR) has received 11 4x4 double cab vehicles from the European Union to the value of N$6,355,000. These are for the Livestock Su...
Inconsistent use of campaignrules concern Mushelenga

Inconsistent use of campaign
rules concern Mushelenga

Obrein Simasiku Swapo Party Central Committee and Politburo member Peya Mushelenga is unhappy with the manner in which internal campaign rules are being implemented, saying he has observed some in...
Muharukua wants subsidies for Omahenene crop farmers

Muharukua wants subsidies for Omahenene crop farmers

Martin Endjala Popular Democratic Movement MP Vipuakuje Muharukua has called for 40 percent subsidy for communal crop farming to villages along the Omahenene water canal both in the Omusati and pa...
Mixed progress in RISDP implementation

Mixed progress in RISDP implementation

Moses Magadza JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - THERE has been varying progress in implementing the Regional Indicative Strategic Development Plan (RISDP) during the 2020-2022 period with more scope to...
No sympathy with govt over tight finances …solidarity with civil servants

No sympathy with govt over tight finances …solidarity with civil servants

Tujoromajo Kasuto Analysts have recommended that the government restructure their expenditure budget, pointing to a lack of efficient planning and execution in central government as the root cause...
Nam gymnastics suspended from international games

Nam gymnastics suspended from international games

Martin Endjala Two senior Namibian gymnast athletes are pleading to the International Gymnastic Federation toallow them to take part in the upcoming 2022 Commonwealth Games to represent Namibia un...

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