Windhoek Observer

Geingob is right

We firmly back President Hage Geingob’s unequivocal stance on not recognising former SWATF and Koevoet members as veterans. 
In fact we cannot grasp any single straw of legitimacy in claims by many from this group of citizens, led by the informal spokesperson orga

Witvlei sues Agribank for N$60m

The Agricultural Bank of Namibia (Agribank) has been dragged to court again by Witvlei Meat, which is now suing the banking concern for N$59.6 million in damages according to court documents filed August 10, 2017.
President Hage Geingob’s upcoming trip to New York for the 72nd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) could disadvantage SWAPO Party members who are planning to campaign ahead of the ruling party’s elective conference slated for November.

Politics must not eclipse everything

This economic crisis in Namibia is no joke.  People are struggling, whether they talk about it or not. 

NMC revamps website and App

Leading medical aid fund, Namibia Medical Care (NMC), has launched a revamped website and mobile application aimed at creating value through focus interaction, delivering on member expectations and that of other key stakeholders.
Local firm, Ark Industries Namibia has signed a Public Private Partnership agreement with the Ondangwa Town Council for the construction of a 5MW power plant using Anearobic Digestion (AD)/Biomas and Combined Heat and Power Technology.

Why have an ACC?

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has yet again punted its responsibilities to fight corruption and dumped their duties onto the people seeking its help to bring such illegalities under control. 
We have to ask:  ACC, Quid tu facis?  (What are you doing?)

Kasuto’s fate sealed - Kaaronda

Former Secretary General of the National Union of Namibian Workers (NUNW), Evilastus Kaaronda, believes that ousted NUNW President, Ismael Kasuto’s chances of making it back to the union are slim.
 The Meatco board has charged suspended Chief Executive Officer, Advocate Vekuii Rukoro, following an investigation it instituted against him as head of the meat processing and marketing company. 

MTN Namibia announces Partner Programme

MTN Business Namibia has launched its Partner Programme, an initiative that will enable local and global ICT service providers to become part of the telecommunications company’s products and solutions offering.
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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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