Windhoek Observer

Agribank needs N$500m annually to make impact

Minister of Finance, Calle Schlettwein, recently appointed a new Board of Directors for Agribank. The, board, whose term runs from 1 September to 31 August 2021, is led by Michael Iyambo (MI), with Dagmar Honsbein as Deputy Chairperson.

What’s hot and what’s not?

Each week, the Windhoek Observer’s entertainment crew takes an insightful, yet amusing look at the performance and arts industry, lifestyle and fashion happenings in Windhoek and across the world,

Rinelda’s diary: Missing the old sounds

Have you ever missed artists who aren’t making music any longer? Their voices have gone mute over the years. You still have their old music and can still play and sing to their old songs, but you don’t hear about them any longer.

Sports, Youth and National Service Minister, Erastus Uutoni’s daughter, Auguste, this week divided public opinion after she posted racy pictures of herself on top of her father’s State-issued ministerial car on her Instagram account.

MTC launches fibre broadband

Mobile operator and internet service provider, MTC, has invested in fibre optic broadband for businesses to cater for increased need for bigger capacity and faster internet speed.

Property loses its investment shine

The continued slowdown of the economy is expected to continue impacting on the growth of the housing industry, FNB has said in its latest housing index.

Great potential for broiler industry

The Namibian broiler industry has great potential to create more jobs, provide food security and industrialisation, but it faces many challenges, results of a study released this week show.

What’s hot and what’s not?

Each week, the Windhoek Observer’s Entertainment crew takes an insightful, yet amusing look at the entertainment industry, lifestyle and fashion happenings in Windhoek and across the world, and judges whether they are hot or not.
This week, we look at some of the outfits worn to recent events.
When will the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (nbc) get things right? They have been televising live shows for many years, but still fail to impress.

GIPF did not keep the faith

The 12 years of deprivation suffered by Nekulilo Shoombe and her children while she was not served by the Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) after the death of her husband, is yet another national disgrace. 

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