• N$600m tenders back on table

    frontHangalaThe newly appointed NamPower board has opened the door to Consolidated Power Engineering Namibia (CONCO), to rebid for two massive tenders, after the old board blocked the tender awards to the company that is partly owned by Leake Hangala, because of conflict of interest concerns.

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  • Disciplining Swartbooi ‘a suicide mission’- analysts

    swatbooi frontTaking disciplinary action or expelling former Land Reform Deputy Minister, Bernadus Swartbooi, would be tantamount to “a political suicide mission”, which will impact heavily on SWAPO’s internal dynamics ahead of the ruling party’s elective congress later this year.

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  • Suspended CEO’s five-year free ride nears end

    frontGansebSuspended Omaruru Chief Executive Officer, Edward Paul Ganaseb, who has been sitting at home since 2012, while earning his salary and benefits, has finally been charged by the Office of the Prosecutor General, in connection with a corruption case involving N$1 million.

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    NIPAM plays middleman with Govt millions

    national leonThe decision by the Namibia Institute of Public Administration and Management (NIPAM) to outsource a tender that it had been awarded by the Ministry of Public Enterprises has cost the Government an estimated N$1,6 million for work that actually costs N$450,000, sources alleged this week.

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