Windhoek Observer

A tale of two groups desperate for their jobs

We understand that on Monday, Secretary General of the SWAPO Party, Nangolo Mbumba called an emergency meeting of the Politburo. 
Honoris United Universities, the first pan-African higher private education network, was launched in London on Tuesday, with Luis Lopez appointed as its Chief Executive Officer.
MTC is offering four lucky customers a golden opportunity to watch live the fight between Julius ‘Blue Machine’ Indongo and American boxer, Terence Crawford, on 19 August in a historical five-belt unification fight in Nebraska, US.
Seven years ago, Selma Jonas started a tourism business called Namibia Express Travel Tours and Information Centre that is registered with the Namibia Tourism Board as a booking agent.
Namibian College of Open Learning (NAMCOL) last week launched a new student portal called myNAMCOL which is aimed at creating a learner centred, flexible environment which is conducive to learning.
For the 23rd consecutive year, Sanlam sponsored the National U/13 Rugby trials, which were held at the Windhoek Gymnasium Sports Field on 9 and 10 June.

Labels will not silence them

Using labels to categorise people and dismiss their ideas is a poor substitute for mature political engagement. 
SME Bank minority shareholders, Metbank and Worldeagle Investments, have accused Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development Minister, Immanuel Ngatjizeko, of lying after he announced in a local daily that they did not have the money to recapitalise the banking concern.

Meatco under cooked

We view with concern the grumblings and legal threats at Meatco after their long awaited 31st Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Windhoek last week Friday.
The 17th Bank Windhoek Cancer Apple Project will kick off this year with an electrifying public launch on Saturday, 1 July, at The Grove Mall of Namibia parking area, right in front of the Bank Windhoek branch.
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