Walenga’s C Sixty ‘cons’ Namdia

Controversy continues to stalk newly established diamond marketing and sales company, Namib Desert Diamond (Namdia), after reports surfaced that the John Walenga co-owned C Sixty Investments has been sending invoices to the State-owned company for work not done.
Mines and Energy Minister, Obeth Kandjoze, has revealed that France and India have expressed interest in developing Namibia’s uranium resources.

Minister of Mines and Energy, Obeth Kandjoze, has urged the mining sector to comply with the New Equitable Economic Empowerment Framework (NEEEF) proposed regulations, as Government moves to implement the programme.

Fuel levy rakes in N$1,5 billion from motorists

The National Energy Fund (NEF) administered fuel levy has collected N$1,5 billion from motorists since its inception in 2012, the Ministry of Mines and Energy has said. Motivating his ministry’s 2017/18 budget vote in Parliament last week, Mines and Energy Minister, Obeth Kandjoze, said the fund had paid N$340 million to suppliers of petroleum products to subsidise the prices of petrol and diesel during the 2016/2017 financial year.

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