• 17
  • Aug
The hostel catering and school feeding programme, which made headlines in 2014 after it was cancelled amid claims of corruption and conflict of interest,
  • 17
  • Aug
Over several years, the entire country has been rocked repeatedly by ever-escalating gender based violence (GBV) horror stories reported in the media, witnessed personally or ‘known’ in our communities and families.
  • 17
  • Aug
SWAPO Party Youth League (SPYL) Secretary, Ephraim Nekongo, has condemned author Oiva Angula for writing the controversial book titled SWAPO Captive: A comrade’s Experience of Betrayal and Torture.  
  • 17
  • Aug
Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) Secretary General, Mike Kavekotora, has vowed to fight tooth and nail to keep two vehicles that were donated to the party by former President, Jeremiah Nambinga.
  • 17
  • Aug
Senior Meatco managers including Acting Chief Executive Officer, Jannie Breytenbach, have been caught in the middle of a conflict of interest storm after allegations surfaced that a multi-million dollar grass supply tender was awarded to Breytenbach’s brother-in-law,

Meatco Acting Chief Executive Officer, Jannie Breytenbach, has warned that the meat processing and marketing company could lose its lucrative export markets in Europe if cattle numbers available for slaughter continue dwindling. Meatco Acting Chief Executive Officer, Jannie Breytenbach, has warned that the meat processing and marketing company could lose its lucrative export markets in Europe if cattle numbers available for slaughter continue dwindling. 

Suspended head of Windhoek City Police, Abraham Kanime, will be charged this Friday, 17 August 2018, City of Windhoek Chief Executive Officer, Robert Kahimise, has told the Windhoek Observer.Suspended head of Windhoek City Police, Abraham Kanime, will be charged this Friday, 17 August 2018, City of Windhoek Chief Executive Officer, Robert Kahimise, has told the Windhoek Observer.

Auditing firm, Deloitte, has recommended that the Namcor Board consider initiating disciplinary or criminal proceedings against its Managing Director, Immanuel Mulunga, and two other executives for alleged transgressions following conclusion of a forensic investigation into alleged malpractices at the state-owned oil company.Auditing firm, Deloitte, has recommended that the Namcor Board consider initiating disciplinary or criminal proceedings against its Managing Director, Immanuel Mulunga, and two other executives for alleged transgressions following conclusion of a forensic investigation into alleged malpractices at the state-owned oil company.

The process to appoint a full-time Managing Director at Air Namibia is likely to start all over again under the guidance of a new board that is yet to be appointed.
Businesswoman, Ally Angula, will soon be unveiled as Deputy Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance,
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