Chief of the OtjikaTjamuaha Royal House, Tjinaani Maharero, opened a felony case against assailants from the Ovaherero Traditional Authority (OTA) for allegedly assaulting him and his followers with knobkieries during violent confrontations that ensued between the two groups Wednesday this week at the disputed premises of the Red Flag, Erf 1755.
The Capricorn Group announced Thursday that its profit after tax had surpassed the N$1 billion mark for the first time during the year ended 30 June 2019.
The Air Namibia board and management have been forced to go cap in hand to local lawyers representing a Belgian company, Challenge Air SA, after the flag carrier recently lost a case in the Windhoek High Court in which it challenged Anicet Baum’s appointment as the sole liquidator and receiver of the busted plane lease company.
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