Windhoek Observer

Urban and Rural Development Minister, Sophia Shaningwa, has washed her hands of the “corrupt” Usakos Town Council after it emerged that management has ignored a directive she gave to dissolve an illegal department of Corporate Services,

Powercom ready to grow ICT sector

PowerCom, the infrastructure arm of Telecom Namibia, was recently awarded a Class Network Facilities Telecommunications Service licence by the Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN).

We cannot cut free education

We reject the idea of cancelling free primary school education in Namibia.  In fact, we believe that the school feeding programme should be extended to all learners who need it. 

We cannot cut free education

We reject the idea of cancelling free primary school education in Namibia.  In fact, we believe that the school feeding programme should be extended to all learners who need it. 
South African artists Ringo and Mi Casa will headline this year’s Windhoek Jazz Festival, which will take place on 4 November at the Hage Geingob Stadium.
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The Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) says it remains focused on delivering its mandate of providing financial assistance to eligible students at approved institutions of higher learning and to recover money from beneficiaries upon completion of their studies.

Geingob must hold appointees accountable

We are compelled to reiterate our grave concerns about the negative trend where the president remains silent in the face of compelling public evidence about the culpability of his appointees when losses to our depleted State coffers are concerned.
Faced with an ever-increasing housing backlog and budget deficits, the new City of Windhoek Chief Executive Officer, Robert Kahimise (RK), has his work cut out for him. 
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WINDHOEK OBSERVER

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