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Nahas skips SWAPO congress for farm

Nahas Angula, one of three SWAPO presidential candidates at the party’s divisive 6th elective congress that was held in November last year, said he will not be attending this weekend’s extra-ordinary congress because he has things to do at his farm.

FDI is not the solution

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is not the silver bullet to solve Namibia’s employment and recessionary woes.  It has a major downside that could stifle wealth creation and indeed, undercut national sovereignty. 

NWR revenue rises to N$361 million

State-owned tourism, hospitality and service company, Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR), has increased its revenue to N$361 million in the 2017/18 financial year, up from N$339 million in prior year, the company announced on Thursday.

Otavi plant to produce 100,000 tons of steel

A planned steel manufacturing plant at Otavi is expected to produce 100,000 tons of steel, officials have revealed.

What’s hot and what’s not?

Each week, the Windhoek Observer’s entertainment crew takes an insightful, yet amusing look at the performance and arts industry, lifestyle and fashion happenings in Windhoek and across the world, and judges whether they are hot or not.

Diamond sales drive commercial banks liquidity

The overall liquidity position of commercial banks improved during September, Money and Banking Statistics released by the Bank of Namibia has shown. 

What’s hot and what’s not?

Each week, the Windhoek Observer’s entertainment crew takes an insightful, yet amusing look at the performance and arts industry, lifestyle and fashion happenings in Windhoek and across the world, and judges whether they are hot or not.

The Social Security Commission (SSC) has availed N$2 million to the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) which will be used towards skills training in Gemology and Jewelry Design for 30 unemployed Namibians in Keetmanshoop.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah’s, close allies are headed for influential diplomatic missions abroad observers pointed out this week.

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