Solar module production facility for //Kharas Region …as German company eyes South for possible investment

February 14th, 2020
The announcement comes in the wake of a recent visit to the City of ...

Kazombiaze’s N$4m identity fraud back in court …case set for plea and trial

February 14th, 2020
Fraud accused Potifar Kazombiaze’s legal woes are far from over, ...

I am free to go: Kameeta ...Geingob eyes smaller executive

February 14th, 2020
Long-time basic income grant (BIG) campaigner, veteran politician and ...

Samherji to deploy Heinaste in Namibia …committed to righting wrongs

February 07th, 2020
Samherji, the Icelandic company embroiled in the Fishrot corruption ...

Supreme Court upholds challenge to EVMs without paper trail …WRP, SWANU launch new challenge

February 07th, 2020
Barely two days after the failure of five opposition political ...

NBC digitalization in shambles … decoder dearth persists

February 07th, 2020
The much-lauded Namibian Broadcasting Corporation’s (nbc) digital ...

Namibia harbours astronomical dreams …to study pulsars and black holes

January 31st, 2020
Starting early February, a mobile planetarium full of astronomers ...
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