Govt recovers N$32m of the N$100m ODC funds

September 15th, 2017
The Office of the Prosecutor General says it has recovered at least ...

I am not illiterate: SPYL Secretary

September 15th, 2017
The newly-elected SWAPO Youth League Secretary, Ephraim Nekongo, has ...

Sole candidacy rejected

September 15th, 2017
Five regional coordinators have rejected the notion of a sole ...

PG’s office  confiscates N$50m

September 08th, 2017
The Office of the Prosecutor General has confiscated more than N$50 ...

GRN rekindles interest in Areva plant

September 08th, 2017
Government has resumed the on-off talks with French energy giant, ...

Ministers lose out on congress

September 08th, 2017
At least nine ministers and several governors who were set to attend ...

Swapo congress in limbo as Geingob jets off

September 01st, 2017
President Hage Geingob’s upcoming trip to New York for the 72nd ...

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  • Netball Namibia happy with tournament
    • Friday, 15 September 2017

    Netball Namibia has expressed satisfaction with the national team’s performances during the recently held five-nations Debmarine Namibia International Netball Pent Series Tournament that took place at the Patrick Iyambo Police Training College courts between 6 and 10 September.

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  • Boost for Suburbs as U-20 trio returns
    • Friday, 15 September 2017

    Western Suburbs have received a major boost ahead of their match against Roses United on Saturday in the Gold Cup, following the arrival of three players that represented Namibia at the recently ended World Rugby U-20 Trophy in Uruguay.

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NATIONAL

  • Govt recovers N$32m of the N$100m ODC funds
    • Friday, 15 September 2017

    The Office of the Prosecutor General says it has recovered at least N$32 million out of the missing N$100 million that was invested by the Offshore Development Company into Great Triangle Investments 13 years ago.

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  • I am not illiterate: SPYL Secretary
    • Friday, 15 September 2017

    The newly-elected SWAPO Youth League Secretary, Ephraim Nekongo, has thrown shade at his critics who are questioning his educational background and leadership capabilities.

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  • Sole candidacy rejected
    • Friday, 15 September 2017

    Five regional coordinators have rejected the notion of a sole candidate for the upcoming SWAPO elective congress, stating that the move would be unconstitutional and undemocratic.

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