Anger boils over at trade ministry ….as favouritism claims surface

October 11th, 2019
Staff members at the Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and SME ...

Jack Huang’s N$3.7m claim falls flat

October 11th, 2019
Controversial Chinese businessman Yeuquan ‘Jack’ Huang has failed in ...

Court rules in favour of fraudster

October 11th, 2019
In an unprecedented ruling on Tuesday, Windhoek High Court Judge ...

Standard Bank to list on the NSX

October 04th, 2019
Standard Bank Namibia is set to list on the Namibia Stock Exchange ...

Farmer accuses Nujoma of extortion

October 04th, 2019
Disgruntled former owner of the government acquired Farm Rustig 416 ...

President’s office loses N$1m

October 04th, 2019
 The Office of the President has approached the Windhoek High ...

SME Bank depositors threaten demo

September 27th, 2019
A group of SMEs that collectively lost millions of dollars after the ...
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  • RFA raise N$500 million for Govt
    • Friday, 11 October 2019

    While other State-owned enterprises are suffocating under financial strain and accusations of mismanagement during the current economic recession, the Road Fund Administration (RFA) has announced financial results that confirm it is charting a different course.

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  • ‘I’m leaving constituency politics’ - Kandorozu
    • Friday, 11 October 2019

    Veteran Politician and Councillor of the Okakarara Constituency, Vetaruhe Kandorozu says he will not be available for re-election when his term as councillor lapses, next year.

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  • Nujoma clears up Farm Rustig drama
    • Friday, 11 October 2019

    Following an article in this newspaper, in which disgruntled farmer Gerson Ndjai Zaire accused the Minister of Land Reform, Utoni Nujoma of alleged attempted extortion; the Minister made a convincing response this week, rubbishing Zaire’s claims as false.  His comments revealed more details about the entire saga.

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