Windhoek Observer

Blundering Meatco pays Rukoro N$2.35m in damages

Meat processing and marketing company, Meatco, has been forced into a N$2.35 million settlement with its former chief executive officer, Vekuii Rukoro, to stave off a possible defamation lawsuit.

It’s all in your hands

As 2017 draws to a close, State House held its annual review, with the main aim to reflect on the year gone by and to give a glimpse of the road ahead.

Namibia needs N$26 billion to tackle TB

Data presented by the Global TB Caucus on Wednesday, December 6, shows that Namibia needs at least N$26 billion to treat Tuberculosis (TB) between 2015 and 2030.
SWAPO war veterans in the Hardap region are demanding an apology from former DTA (now Popular Democratic Movement or PDM) leader, Katuutire Kaura, before they can accept him as one their own.
Namibia’s foremost boxing trainer, Immanuel ‘Imms’ Moses, has parted ways with the MTC Nestor ‘Sunshine’ Boxing and Fitness Academy, the Windhoek Observer has established.

Business confidence slumps

Business leaders have expressed concern over Namibia’s economic prospects, with the majority saying they are uncertain of Government’s ability to turn around the country’s economic fortunes in the short term,

Repo rate ends year at 6,75 percent

The central bank in its sixth and last monetary policy decision for the year left the key benchmark rate unchanged at 6,75 percent on Wednesday.

Sacu receipts boost foreign reserves

The stock of foreign reserves rose slightly at the end of October, mainly as a result of revenue from the Southern African Customs Union (SACU), latest figures from the Bank of Namibia (BoN) show.

Perfect Christmas gifts

We all know that thing about how Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, but sometimes it can also be the most horrible time of the year because we are pressured to find gifts that other people will like. 

Namibia Bowling Association reflects on 2017

The Namibia Bowling Association (NBA) says it is happy with the organisation of this year’s bowling events, including leagues, tournaments, national championships, the closed singles and the junior pairs championships.
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