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Nandi-Ndaitwah, remains VP, Shaningwa SG

Nandi-Ndaitwah, remains VP, Shaningwa SG

Obrein Simasiku, Martin Endjala Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah has won the race for the Swapo Party of Namibia Vice Presidency thus retaining position with 441 votes ahead of runner-up Saara Kuugongelwa-A...
Nandi-Ndaitwah, remains VP, Shaningwa SG

Nandi-Ndaitwah, remains VP, Shaningwa SG

Obrein Simasiku, Martin Endjala Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah has won the race for the Swapo Party of Namibia Vice Presidency thus retaining position with 441 votes ahead of runner-up Saara Kuugongelwa-A...
Southern community seeksto revive, sustain its town

Southern community seeks
to revive, sustain its town

Martin Endjala Deep in the corners of southern Namibia, a community is united to revive and sustain its town, to create more opportunities for its inhabitants. This small town is Oranjemund, a ...
Lüderitz with unexplained tax difference of over N$ 500 000

Lüderitz with unexplained tax difference of over N$ 500 000

The Lüderitz Town Council has an unexplained tax difference of N$ 536 736 for the financial year ended on 30 June, 2021. According to the report of the Auditor- General, Junias Kandjeke. “The audi...
Prisoner sues Home Affairs Ministerfor N$200K after suffering food allergies

Prisoner sues Home Affairs Minister
for N$200K after suffering food allergies

Tujoromajo Kasuto Carlos Feris, an adult male currently serving a 20-year sentence at the Hardap Correctional Facility in Mariental, is suing the Minister of Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety, and...
Drivers receives advanced defensive driving training

Drivers receives advanced defensive driving training

Martin Endjala In the spirit of promoting a culture of road safety, the Motor Vehicle Fund of Namibia (MVA),sponsored the training of 30 public passengers transport drivers in the Zambezi region. ...
Geingob is adamant Swapo is fighting corruption

Geingob is adamant Swapo is fighting corruption

Obrein Simasiku President Hage Geingob is adamant that Swapo is not tolerating corruption and is tirelessly working towards combating the scourge that has tainted the once much admired leading par...

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Nandi-Ndaitwah, remains VP, Shaningwa SG

Obrein Simasiku, Martin Endjala Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah has won the race for the Swapo Party of Namibia Vice Presidency thus retaining position with 441 votes ahead of runner-up Saara Kuugongelwa-A...

Southern community seeks
to revive, sustain its town

Martin Endjala Deep in the corners of southern Namibia, a community is united to revive and sustain its town, to create more opportunities for its inhabitants. This small town is Oranjemund, a ...

Lüderitz with unexplained tax difference of over N$ 500 000

The Lüderitz Town Council has an unexplained tax difference of N$ 536 736 for the financial year ended on 30 June, 2021. According to the report of the Auditor- General, Junias Kandjeke. “The audi...

Prisoner sues Home Affairs Minister
for N$200K after suffering food allergies

Tujoromajo Kasuto Carlos Feris, an adult male currently serving a 20-year sentence at the Hardap Correctional Facility in Mariental, is suing the Minister of Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety, and...

Drivers receives advanced defensive driving training

Martin Endjala In the spirit of promoting a culture of road safety, the Motor Vehicle Fund of Namibia (MVA),sponsored the training of 30 public passengers transport drivers in the Zambezi region. ...

Geingob is adamant Swapo is fighting corruption

Obrein Simasiku President Hage Geingob is adamant that Swapo is not tolerating corruption and is tirelessly working towards combating the scourge that has tainted the once much admired leading par...

Observer Money

Trustco, W&B close major property transaction

Trustco, W&B close major property transaction

Tujoromajo Kasuto Trustco Properties has concluded a major property transaction with Namibian retail giant, Woermann, Brock & Co.The 128-year-old legendary Namibian trader, today well known as...
Wesco implored to upgrade to oil refinery

Wesco implored to upgrade to oil refinery

Obrein Simasiku Wesco Engineering Services has been implored to take advantage of the recent oil discovery in Namibia, and shift from the current operations of oil recycling into refinery, a move ...
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...

Observer Sports

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...
Summit looks at how women overcame difficulties

Summit looks at how women overcame difficulties

Staff Writer The 12th Women Summit held over the weekend in Swakopmund focused on how women overcame various adversities and life event that enabled them to be the people they are today. The su...
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 ...

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