Windhoek Observer

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. 

Country Club pays N$6 million in dividends

The once loss-making Windhoek Country Club Resort and Casino has continued with its profit making trajectory by declaring a N$6 million dividend to government this week.

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.

Deputy Minister of Home Affairs and Immigration, Maureen Hinda, is set to tie the knot with her long-time sweetheart, Ambassador Kaire Mbuende, next month, the Windhoek Observer has established. Deputy Minister of Home Affairs and Immigration, Maureen Hinda, is set to tie the knot with her long-time sweetheart, Ambassador Kaire Mbuende, next month, the Windhoek Observer has established. 

Utoni wants waiters instead of landowners

To say we are utterly disappointed at the ‘deal’ recently crafted to fulfil the Namibian land ownership aspirations of a Russian businessman is an understatement.
Namib Desert Diamond (Namdia) has maintained that it does not have a contract with the John Walengwa co-owned C-Sixty Investments, a company that has been evaluating its diamonds for the last two years

External debt expected to surge in third quarter

The government’s external debt is expected to surge in the third quarter of this year due to further currency depreciation and another disbursement of the African Development Bank loan agreement,
Growing up, I was a fan of wearing comfortable pyjamas in the public even though other people were not.

WINDHOEK OBSERVER

The Windhoek Observer is an English-language weekly newspaper, published in Namibia by Paragon Investment Holding. It is the country's oldest and largest circulating weekly.

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