The Windhoek Observer has written several articles on the controversial Pieter Oosthuizen, the Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Roads Contractor Company, and Board Chairman of rail parastatal, TransNamib.
The fact that our education sector is in shambles and in need of a major revamp is no secret. Despite government’s efforts to find a lasting solution over the years,
Two rather disturbing incidents involving senior Swapo party officials made news headlines in recent days.
How many times have we heard African politicians unashamedly blame their failures on colonisation or apartheid? The answer unfortunately is many times.
That Telecom Namibia is a company in distress is undisputed. Last year was a nightmare for the company with several media reports of workers not being paid on time on a number of occasions.
It was rather interesting to read comments from self-proclaimed education experts debating about the recently released Grade 12 results.
This week’s edition is our last for 2014 and we would like to take this opportunity to wish our readers and advertisers happy holidays.
IT has been interesting reading all the stories about the outgoing president on his whirlwind tour of the country as he says goodbye to the regions before he officially retires in March next year.
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