Select Page

Category: Daily Observer

Daily Observer

Latest

Observer National

Latest

No plans to close Fishcor

Public Enterprise Minister Leon Jooste has no plans to close the doors on Fishcor after the Fisheries and Finance Ministers vowed to forge ahead with auctioning off quotas it previously allocated to Fishcor.

Observer Money

Latest

NWR retrenches

Namibia Wildlife Resorts Limited (NWR) has announced that it has begun a voluntary separation exercise to align its staff numbers in light of the impact that Covid-19 has had on the tourism sector.

Observer Lifestyle

Latest

Observer Sport

Latest

Warriors earns a draw against SA

Absalom Iimbondi scored in the second half to earn the Brave Warriors a much deserved one-all draw against South Africa in an international friendly match played at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Complex in Rustenburg on Thursday night.

Observer Health & Fitness

Latest

All

Latest

Beholden to former colonisers

“Traditional diplomacy, practiced by many countries in the pre and post-Cold War Era, has been in rapid decline over the past several years. As a result, the term foreign affairs has become a misnomer, and in modern days, international relationships, cooperation and partnerships are the appropriate terms used to describe our efforts to chart common developmental paths. Given current reality, we cannot continue adhering to old principles of diplomacy by perpetuating the practice of Cold War Era diplomatic practice. Therefore, our Policy on International Relations must serve our domestic development aspirations.”

All

Latest

There is a time for everything

March 21, 2020 is the 30th year of Namibia’s independence and the inauguration of Namibia’s third president Hage Geingob for his second and final term in office. These dual celebrations are not about one individual, but about what Namibia as an entire nation of 2.6 million people, stands for.

Observer Opinion

Latest

Beholden to former colonisers

“Traditional diplomacy, practiced by many countries in the pre and post-Cold War Era, has been in rapid decline over the past several years. As a result, the term foreign affairs has become a misnomer, and in modern days, international relationships, cooperation and partnerships are the appropriate terms used to describe our efforts to chart common developmental paths. Given current reality, we cannot continue adhering to old principles of diplomacy by perpetuating the practice of Cold War Era diplomatic practice. Therefore, our Policy on International Relations must serve our domestic development aspirations.”

Observer Editorial

Latest

OBSERVER EVENTS

Latest

OBSERVER Travel

Latest
Sorry, no posts found.

windhoek observer

The Windhoek Observer is an English-language weekly newspaper, published in Namibia by Paragon Investment Holding. It is the country's oldest and largest circulating weekly

Our location

Contact Us

Windhoek Observer House
c/o John Meinert & Rossini Street
Windhoek West
Namibia
Tel: +264 61 411 800
Fax: +264 61 226 098
www.observer.com.na

For Advertising

marketing@observer.com.na

News Tips

11 + 4 =

Pin It on Pinterest

× Start a conversation