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The Social Security Commission (SSC) has availed N$2 million to the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) which will be used towards skills training in Gemology and Jewelry Design for 30 unemployed Namibians in Keetmanshoop.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah’s, close allies are headed for influential diplomatic missions abroad observers pointed out this week.

Aspiring fishing rights holders will have to wait until early next year to know if their applications were successful after the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources indicated this week that it will need more time to sift through more than 5000 applications. 

Government has spent close to N$100 million for the past 13 months on Roads Contractor Company’s (RCC) employees who remain idle while management looks for ways in which the company can become fully operational.

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Standard Bank Namibia recently handed over a Hostel Kitchen to the Goeie Hoop Primary School located in the Epukiro Constituency in the Omaheke Region.
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It was an old computer that his mother bought him at the age of 12 that awakened Vincent Van Wyk’s passion for innovation. Twenty-five years later, Van Wyk has built Namibia’s first locally assembled computer and launched his own high tech company.
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The Ovaherero Traditional Authority (OTA) will in December launch the Hosea Kutako University (HKU) focusing on genocide studies.
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The Namibian Police has appealed for public assistance in identifying the bodies of seven people who were burnt beyond recognition in Wednesday’s accident that occurred 15km north of Otjiwarongo on the Otavi B1 road.
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The Omusati Regional Director of Education, Laban Shapange, is under investigation for alleged tender irregularities which would have prejudiced government of about N$1.4 million had it not been detected.
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Walvis Bay Mayor, Wilfred Immanuel, is under fire after he allegedly abused the municipality’s credit card by buying cattle fodder, gifts and beauty products, alcoholic beverages and electronic devices for personal use.
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