Windhoek Observer

Ingrid talks IT and growth at Debmarine Namibia

Information Technology (IT) is an integral part in the operations of any organisation.  As Namibia celebrates International Women’s Day 2020 on Sunday March 8th,  we shine the light on women leading in the sector. 

Daily Observer - Friday 06 March 2020

Geingob, Ouli Peni?

On the eve of the Inaugural of Hage Geingob for his second and final term as president of Namibia, there are three ‘voices’ from the public glaringly present in the national political debate about the future of the country.

Itula poll challenge – case closed …says Supreme Court

The Supreme Court Registrar this week poured cold water on attempts by independent presidential hopeful, Panduleni Itula, to challenge its controversial ruling of 5 February, that declared the outcome of the presidential election valid, while conceding that failure to use a paper trail in those elections was unconstitutional.

GIPF weighs options on Musa Capital

The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) says it’s considering its options when it comes to securing its investment in Musa Capital Namibia following revelations its shareholder Musa Group has been placed under business rescue in South Africa following the request to write off a US$1.4 billion loan.

Ndeitunga picks Kanime heir

City of Windhoek spokesman Harold Akwenye yesterday confirmed that City Police chief Abraham Kanime is serving the remaining days of his employment following his resignation last month.

Daily Observer - 03 March 2020

MTC completes phase one of the 081Every1

MTC has announced the completion of phase one of the 081Every1 network project, and the commencement of phase two which kicked off at the beginning of February.

Gvt gets N$1.9bn boost from Debmarine

Debmarine Namibia last year contributed N$1.9 billion to government coffers in the form of mineral royalties and company tax, while N$3.9 billion was paid out to the providers of good and services.

Look in the mirror and embrace change

Whether we like it or not, times have changed. This may sound like a vacuous cliché, but it is a cold hard fact. If you don’t recognize that things are moving forward in every aspect of life in the Land of the Brave, you are already left behind.
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