Windhoek Observer

Firebrand SWAPO politician and former Minister of Youth, National Service, Sport and Culture, Kazenambo Kazenambo, says robust debate is key in the maturity of any political system, including the ruling party.

Areva pleads technology case

French mining giant, Areva, has hit back at assertions that its desalination plant is old and would be a costly upgrade for Government, as it emerged that protracted talks with the company to acquire the facility had now resumed.

Kali confident as Letshego’s IPO closes

Letshego Namibia’s Initial Public Offering (IPO) will close this Friday, 22 September, with thousands of people already expressing interest in buying the shares.

Sibling rivalry on steroids

My three young sons are rivals; serious rivals for that matter.  Everything about their competition with one another is so intense.

Bience, I disagree with you my dear sista’

Because I know that Advocate Bience Gawanas, who is continuing her service to the nation as the Special Advisor to the Minister of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare, is distinguished, learned and sincere,

Is Geingob mashenge too?

We are concerned about the current online vitriol against the Windhoek Observer emanating from a vociferous minority on social media who support Geingob’s bid for the presidency of the SWAPO Party. 

Is prosperity the goal?

After reading the recent comments attributed to Presidential Affairs Minister, Frans Kapofi, regarding his role in the SME Bank collapse, the loss of N$200 million in funds and the tragic loss of over 300 jobs,

Dire outlook for uranium miners

The price of uranium on the international market is expected to remain low for years to come, John Borshoff, Chief Executive Officer of Deep Yellow, one of the companies exploring for uranium in the Erongo region has said.

Nekundi joins Standard Bank

Standard Bank has appointed Sindano Nekundi as its new Marketing Manager of Corporate and Investment Banking and Business Banking.

Kunene scores big from MTC expansion plans

The Kunene region is expected to benefit the most from MTC’s N$1 billion network expansion project, the country’s biggest mobile operator announced this week.
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