Windhoek Observer

Mbumba visits Agribank

Vice President, Dr Nangolo Mbumba has urged Agribank to consider financing value-adding industries, such as the abattoirs in communal areas in order to alleviate the urban migration challenge.

IMDH auctions Namibian marine diamonds in Antwerp

Bonas-Couzyn NV and International Mining and Dredging Holdings (Pty) Ltd (IMDH) announced that from February they will be offering IMDH’s Namibian marine-mined rough diamonds for sale in Bonas-Couzyn’s Antwerp offices.

Valentine’s Day: Show some love!

Valentine’s Day 2019 is on Thursday, February 14th.  It is a celebration of love so have some fun and give some kisses!

New TV technology to take fans 'inside the game'

Fans of Liverpool and Manchester City are set to watch this season's Premier League title race from "inside the game", even through the eyes of Sergio Aguero or Mohamed Salah, thanks to the latest in broadcasting innovation.

Federation pleads for more sport facilities

The Namibia Rural Sport Development Federation (NRSDF) has called on the Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Service to develop more sport facilities in rural areas as a matter of urgency.

Motor Club launches new season with a bang

Windhoek Motor Club (WMC) kicked off its 2019 season with a successful karting and gymkhana event hosted at Tony Rust Race Track on Saturday.

Shitembi signs for Lusaka Dynamos

Brave Warriors playmaker, Petrus Shitembi, has penned a six-month deal with Zambian Premier League club, Lusaka Dynamos.

Fuel price remains unchanged

Mines and Energy Minister, Tom Alweendo, announced this week that fuel prices for the month of February will remain unchanged.

Poverty ministry plans to expand social grants

Minister of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare, Zephania Kameeta, says plans are in the pipeline to expand social protection systems in the new financial year by targeting vulnerable groups such as women and children with the envisaged introduction of the Basic Income Grant (BIG).
The IJG Business Climate Monitor (BCM) Index declined for a sixth consecutive month in October, sliding by 1.2 points to 51.21.


The Windhoek Observer is an English-language weekly newspaper, published in Namibia by Paragon Investment Holding. It is the country's oldest and largest circulating weekly.

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