The Okahandja Municipality might hold the swearing-in ceremony for the local authority councillors next week.
This is contrary to an order issued by Swapo Secretary General Sophia Shaningwa this week, in which she directed that the municipality effects changes to its office bearers no later than Thursday.

Okahandja councilors milk town

Okahandja Municipality councilors are being accused of using their positions to enrich themselves by awarding tenders to companies in which they have interests. Okahandja Municipality councilors are being accused of using their positions to enrich themselves by awarding tenders to companies in which they have interests. 

The Okahandja Municipality is under fire from community members who accuse it of disregarding a 2015 moratorium on land sales and leases after it allegedly agreed to lease property to a Malaysian company that wants to establish a private university.

Gross Barmen, Okahandja’s hidden treasure

Situated about 25km west of Okahandja and 100km from Windhoek, Gross Barmen is a hidden treasure.

Plastic fashion; so haute

For many, a plastic bag might not seem like the right fashion trend as they reckon that empty, used bags are trash that is useless, but for 15-year-old Constanta Chilyama from Okahandja plastic fashion is the beginning of a successful career.

Meatco revenue down, profit up

 
Meatco’s revenue for the 2016 financial year dropped by 6,2 percent to N$1,69 billion, weighed down mainly by the reduced number of cattle slaughtered south of the Veterinary Cordon Fence, which declined by 21,7 percent compared to the previous year due to the effects of drought.

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