Govt seeks to raise N$600m through 2pct levy

May 24th, 2019
Government says it plans to raise between N$500 and N$600 million ...

Government bans imports

May 24th, 2019
Government has with immediate effect banned all public entities from ...

NDTC staff faces the chop over diamond deal

May 24th, 2019
 Namibia Diamond Trading Company (NDTC) CEO, Brent Eiseb, is ...

Tjivikua alleges political interference at NUST 

May 17th, 2019
Founding Vice Chancellor of the Namibia University of Science and ...

Angelina Immanuel is an AR project – Kapere

May 17th, 2019
National Youth Council Executive Chairperson, Mandela Kapere, ...

Multi-million diamond tender faces challenge

May 17th, 2019
Companies that lost out on the lucrative government diamond valuation ...

NUDO MPs challenge recall

May 10th, 2019
The two National Unity Democratic Organisation (Nudo) Members of ...
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  • Welwitchia gives trainees ultimatum
    • Friday, 24 May 2019

    Welwitchia Health Training Centre Rector, Dr Scholastika Iipinge, has said that students who are unhappy with the school’s mandatory medical aid scheme are free to join other colleges where medical insurance is not a prerequisite. 

  • Independent candidate poses new threat to SWAPO’s hegemony
    • Friday, 24 May 2019

    Political analysts say the idea of an independent candidate which has been popularised by SWAPO Party member, Dr Panduleni Itula, and 27-year-old teacher, Angelina Immanuel, represents an unprecedented threat to the ruling party’s dominance in local politics. 

  • Calle rules out additional NSFAF funding
    • Friday, 24 May 2019

    Finance Minister, Calle Schlettwein, said Thursday that government will not give in to the demands by the Namibia Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF), which this week begged Treasury for an additional N$641 million in order to assist 12,162 eligible first year students.



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