Government abolishes 959 posts

June 15th, 2018
Government last year abolished a total of 959 permanent posts in a ...

Geingob selling dreams – analysts

June 15th, 2018
Political analysts this week called out President Hage Geingob for ...

NIP tender causes stir

June 15th, 2018
Namibia Institute of Pathology executives are under the microscope ...

Bidvest, Oceana to lose fishing rights

June 08th, 2018
Africa’s largest fishing company Oceana Group faces a battle to hold ...

MTN to launch mobile service in August

June 08th, 2018
MTN Namibia will start with a soft launch of its mobile service in ...

Govt, genocide victims clash ahead of land conference

June 08th, 2018
Government finds itself at loggerheads with traditional leaders ...

B1 horror crash claims five lives

June 08th, 2018
Five people died in a deadly car crash involving a BMW sedan and a ...
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  • Diescho overlooked for UNAM top post
    • Friday, 15 June 2018

    Leading academic and fierce Hage Geingob critic, Professor Joseph Diescho, has been overlooked for the University of Namibia (UNAM) Vice Chancellor position,

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  • Government abolishes 959 posts
    • Friday, 15 June 2018

    Government last year abolished a total of 959 permanent posts in a bid to reduce the public sector wage bill, one of the highest in the world. Government last year abolished a total of 959 permanent posts in a bid to reduce the public sector wage bill, one of the highest in the world. 

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  • Female driver takes on taxi industry
    • Friday, 15 June 2018

    Elfriede Kuhlmann (46) is one of the few female taxi drivers in Windhoek (and in the country) breaking new ground and conquering the risky, male dominated industry.

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