Windhoek Observer

Geingob opens Peugot-Opel Assembly plant

President Hage Geingob officially opened the Peugeot-Opel Assembly Plant in Walvis Bay on Wednesday.

Foreign reserves decline to N$31 billion in October

The stock of international reserves held by the Bank of Namibia declined both on a monthly and annual basis, at the end of October, according to the latest Bank of Namibia (BoN) money statistics.

Chinese deal best option for Rössing – MD

The Windhoek Observer’s Chamwe Kaira (CK) asked Rössing Uranium’s new MD Richard Storrie (RS) about his appointment and the announcement by long term majority shareholder, Rio Tinto, to sell its stake to China National Uranium Corporation (CNUC) barely two months after Storrie joined the company.

What’s hot and what’s not?

Each week, the Windhoek Observer’s entertainment crew takes an insightful, yet amusing look at the performance and arts industry, lifestyle and fashion happenings in Windhoek and across the world, and judges whether they are hot or not.

Rinelda’s Diary: Let’s participate in cover versions

“Is it bad to perform covers of songs?” I have been asked this question many times before. I do enjoy covers of songs now and then. For me it is all about the art, the interpretation, and the delivery.

Namibia must act instead of react

The decision by Rio Tinto to sell its 68 percent stake in Rössing Uranium to China National Uranium Corporation (CNUC) is yet another example of how Namibian governments over the years,

Bel Esprit Hospital offers world-class mental health services

As mental health becomes big issue in the country, Charine Glen-Spyron (CGS) the founding CEO Bel Esprit says her desire to offer world class services in Namibia was instrumental in the setting up of the facility. 

Nimbus eyes neighbouring countries

The Namibia Stock Exchange listed ICT Infrastructure Company; Nimbus plans to spread its wings into neighbouring countries.

What’s hot and what’s not?

Each week, the Windhoek Observer’s entertainment crew takes an insightful, yet amusing look at the performance and arts industry, lifestyle and fashion happenings in Windhoek and across the world, and judges whether they are hot or not.
We fan glitz outfits

Nahas skips SWAPO congress for farm

Nahas Angula, one of three SWAPO presidential candidates at the party’s divisive 6th elective congress that was held in November last year, said he will not be attending this weekend’s extra-ordinary congress because he has things to do at his farm.

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