Windhoek Observer

Daggers were already drawn for embattled Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) Chief Executive Officer, Hilya Nghiwete, long before her suspension last week, the Windhoek Observer can reveal.
The Ministry of Works and Transport (MWT) will only recruit 16 people out of the 87 engineering vacancies that were advertised last year following the exit of expatriate engineers, whose contracts had expired.

Swept away by poverty

Some drums must be continually sounded; the cacophony against poverty in Namibia is one of those reverberations that must never slack off. 

Business index breaches 50 point mark

The IJG Business Climate Monitor improved to 50.99 points in February, the Institute of Public Policy Research said this week.

MTC post-paid customers can now top up airtime

Namibia’s leading wireless and telecommunications operator, MTC, has announced the introduction of recharge services for its post-paid customers, a first for the country.
As the entire world mourns the death of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, an activist, mother of Africa, and ex-wife of the most celebrated African president,

Magnet for mayhem?

Notwithstanding the president’s statements about corruption in this week’s State of the Nation Address (SONA),
Construction workers will now receive a minimum wage of N$16.94 per hour following the promulgation of the Collective Agreement that determines the minimum wage
The 2018 Horticultural Producer of the Year will be crowned on 26 September.
Pupkewitz Motor Division and Namibia Training Authority (NTA) recently signed an Apprenticeship Memorandum of Agreement in Windhoek to enhance access to training opportunities,
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