Chinese propose nuclear plant

April 28th, 2017
Namibia could soon go nuclear after Swakop Uranium, the owner of the ...

Education ministry delays slow EU funding

April 28th, 2017
The Namibian education sector, currently reeling under budget cuts, ...

Power blackouts feared as Public Procurement Board dilly dallies

April 28th, 2017
The delay to implement the new Public Procurement Act, as the new ...

New tender board embroiled in controversy

April 21st, 2017
The newly-established Central Procurement Board of Namibia is ...

SWAPO hawks circle around Kaura

April 21st, 2017
Kunene Regional Governor Advisor, Katuutire Kaura, has come ...

Geingob off the mark - Kazenambo

April 21st, 2017
Former Cabinet Minister and current SWAPO Party Politburo member, ...

Lawyers on the run

April 13th, 2017
The Guardian Fund, which administers deceased estates on behalf of ...


Whistleblowers Bill amended

The National Assembly has conceded to pressure from civil society groups and opposition parties, by removing controversial sections in the Whistleblower Protection Bill that experts had argued could sabotage the intention of the Bill by scaring off potential whistleblowers.

Rundu’s finances in a mess, again

The Rundu Town Council has once again failed to produce financial statements that reflect the town’s true fiscal position, as the accounting books remain in a shambolic state. 

Estate board gets tough on dishonest agents

The Namibia Estate Agents Board (NEAB) has laid criminal charges against an estate agent who swindled a woman of N$180,000 in a property deal that went sour. NEAB has since refunded the woman the money she was swindled, from its trust account.


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