Windhoek Observer

NFA Women Super Cup heads to Gobabis

Women’s football heads to Gobabis at the Legare Stadium on Saturday where some of the country’s top female players will be in action in the Namibian Football Association (NFA)’s Women Super Cup final scheduled to kick off at 13H00 as curtain raisers for the Debmarine cup final.

Former President Hifikepunye Pohamba has lashed out at SWAPO Party candidates vying for the ruling party’s top four positions over their mudslinging ahead of the elective congress currently underway in Windhoek.

Meatco chokes on Rukoro charges

The Meatco board has been forced to drop two of the four charges it had leveled against its suspended Chief Executive Officer, Advocate Vekuii Rukoro.
No matter the outcome of the Sixth SWAPO Party Elective Congress currently underway in the capital Windhoek, the party’s acting president Hage Geingob, will emerge the biggest loser, having been subjected to a bruising fight for the ruling party’s top position.

Let the chips fall where they may

In 2012, in an interview with this newspaper, former President Hifikepunye Pohamba told us in regards to his preferences for the congress that year that, “Hage is my choice…but I am prepared to work with anyone.”

Debmarine to add new vessel in 2021

As first reported by the Windhoek Observer in May,

MTC continues to develop best talent

MTC announced this week that its academy had trained 14 new employees in customer service.

Capricorn Group scoops regional award

Capricorn Group has scooped the Regional Company Award at the Annual Integrated Reporting Awards of 2017, hosted by Chartered Secretaries Southern Africa in partnership with the JSE Limited at a recent ceremony held in Johannesburg,
In view of the downgrading of Namibia’s credit rating to junk status by ratings agencies, Fitch and Moody’s, the Windhoek Observer’s Chamwe Kaira (CK) asked well-known African economist, Carlos Lopes (CL) about what this means for Namibia.

Salute forces discussion about prison life

Many parts of the Namibian society are still abuzz about Salute, a movie researched, written and directed by Phillippe Talavera. 
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