Land conference a public relations stunt - analysts

September 21st, 2018
Analysts have expressed concern over the dominance of SWAPO Party ...

Live within your means, Calle tells Air Namibia

September 21st, 2018
Finance Minister, Calle Schlettwein, says Air Namibia should learn to ...

Councillor blasts CEO over Kanime suspension

September 21st, 2018
Long-serving City of Windhoek Councillor, Moses Shiikwa, believes the ...

Geingob talks tough on Chinese loan

September 14th, 2018
President Hage Geingob has assured the nation that Namibia will not ...

nbc threatens job cuts

September 14th, 2018
Perennial loss-making State-owned broadcaster, nbc, is said to be ...

United Africa Group’s bid for Safari Hotel flops

September 14th, 2018
The United Africa Group has failed in its bid to acquire JH Hamman ...

Namdia’s rich pickings dry up . . . as board fees slashed

September 07th, 2018
Lucrative board fees paid to the directors of State-owned diamond ...
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