Mulunga faces criminal charges

Auditing firm, Deloitte, has recommended that the Namcor Board consider initiating disciplinary or criminal proceedings against its Managing Director, Immanuel Mulunga, and two other executives for alleged transgressions following conclusion of a forensic investigation into alleged malpractices at the state-owned oil company.Auditing firm, Deloitte, has recommended that the Namcor Board consider initiating disciplinary or criminal proceedings against its Managing Director, Immanuel Mulunga, and two other executives for alleged transgressions following conclusion of a forensic investigation into alleged malpractices at the state-owned oil company.

Mulunga, Hamutenya face lifestyle audits

Two executives at State-owned enterprises are among the hundreds of people that have been targeted by the  Department of Inland Revenue as it intensifies its lifestyle audits in a bid to recover billions it says it is owed in unpaid tax, the Windhoek Observer understands.

Mulunga probe eats into Namcor profits

The Patrick Kauta-led National Petroleum Corporation (Namcor) board has so far spent N$3,6 million digging up dirt on Managing Director, Immanuel Mulunga, who is alleged to have influenced the awarding of a N$2,2 million tender in favour of a Malaysian company.

Kauta, Mulunga butt-heads

The National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor) board has been accused of usurping management powers after it ordered the termination of employment contracts of 10 temporary workers placed across strategic departments at the State-owned oil company.

Namcor to rebrand before year end

The National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor) is set to launch a new corporate identity before the end of this year, the company’s managing director has said.
In an interview with the Windhoek Observer this week, Namcor Managing Director, Immanuel Mulunga, said the rebranding exercise, which will cost around N$10 million, has already been approved by the company’s board.

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