James Mnyupe

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 companies are not ploughing back into the communities where they do business, resulting in the mushrooming of informal settlements across the Country. The party wants these companies to be held accountable. These sentiments were expressed by LPM Deputy Leader Henny Seibeb and the Youth Student Command Element leader Duminga Ndala. During today’s press conference held at the LPM headquarter in Windhoek under the theme mining and local development they particularly singled out Usakos, Omaruru…
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Geingob’s advisor lands board seat

Geingob’s advisor lands board seat

Staff Writer President Hage Geingob’s recently appointed Economic Advisor James Mnyupe been appointed to the Road Fund Administration (RFA) board by finance minister Iipumbu Shiimi. Mnyupe joined the State House team last month as a replacement for John Steytler who resigned from his post last year. The former Allan Gray Namibia Managing Director is joined on the new look RFA board by Bank of Namibia Director of Strategic Communication, Dr Emma Haiyambo who will hold the chair. Other board members include Standard Bank Namibia Head: Human Resources Isdor Angula, Oshoveli Hivelua and Melanie Tjijenda Director: Quality Assurance, Standards, Skills Development…
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