• 24
  • Sep
Prince William arrived in Namibia on Monday on the first leg of a conservation tour to learn more about wildlife conservation in Africa ahead of a London-based wildlife conference next month.

Analysts have expressed concern over the dominance of SWAPO Party loyalists on the list of participants to the Second National Land Conference which is expected to take place beginning of next month after it emerged that over 70 percent of the delegates are aligned to the ruling party. Analysts have expressed concern over the dominance of SWAPO Party loyalists on the list of participants to the Second National Land Conference which is expected to take place beginning of next month after it emerged that over 70 percent of the delegates are aligned to the ruling party. 

Finance Minister, Calle Schlettwein, says Air Namibia should learn to live with what they are given while they find ways to operate at a profit.Finance Minister, Calle Schlettwein, says Air Namibia should learn to live with what they are given while they find ways to operate at a profit.

Long-serving City of Windhoek Councillor, Moses Shiikwa, believes the continued suspension of City Police Chief, Abraham Kanime, even after investigations against him have been completed, is tantamount to victimization or constructive dismissal.Long-serving City of Windhoek Councillor, Moses Shiikwa, believes the continued suspension of City Police Chief, Abraham Kanime, even after investigations against him have been completed, is tantamount to victimization or constructive dismissal.

  • 21
  • Sep
Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb has handed over a Paediatric TB ward constructed by the company’s community trust at the Tsumeb District Hospital at a cost of N$860,000.
  • 21
  • Sep
South African musicians, The Soil and Zonke Dikana, will be the headline acts at this year’s Windhoek Jazz Festival, organisers announced on Wednesday.
  • 21
  • Sep
Kapana vendors operating from the Single Quarters Market in Katutura have leapt to the defence of two white men accused of cultural appropriation on micro blogging site, Twitter, after they joined the black-dominated meat selling business.
  • 21
  • Sep
A faction within the National Unity Democratic Organisation (NUDO) says it is worried that the party’s disputed May elective congress and a subsequent court challenge might hamper its preparations for next year’s national elections. 
  • 21
  • Sep
Namibians have cautioned against legalising cannabis following Tuesday’s landmark decision by the South African Constitutional Court to decriminalise personal use of the drug.
  • 21
  • Sep
Contractors working on nine national roads have overcharged the Ministry of Works and Transport by a collective N$114 million, according to an Auditor-General report tabled in Parliament this week by Finance Minister, Calle Shlettwein.
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