Windhoek Observer

NamibRe Managing Director, Petty Karuaihe-Martin, has become the public victim of a power struggle amongst the company’s directors, sources close to the State-owned reinsurer board insinuated this week.

Kandjeke is minding the store

Auditor General, Junias Kandjeke, deserves a medal.
Nam-mic Financial Services Holdings (NFSH) has bought a 10 percent stake in Gondwana Holdings Ltd for an undisclosed amount, the companies recently announced.
Two executives at State-owned enterprises are among the hundreds of people that have been targeted by the  Department of Inland Revenue as it intensifies its lifestyle audits in a bid to recover billions it says it is owed in unpaid tax, the Windhoek Observer understands.

Rinelda's Diary: ‘Hot and Not’ is booming

Ever since the introduction of our fashion ‘police’ column What’s hot and what’s not aimed at observing the fashion choices of people attending events or just walking around town,
Namibia Rugby Union (NRU) Chief Executive Officer, Mervin Green, says he is worried about the slow pace at which the sport is developing at the grassroots level,

The SADC Parliamentary Forum has joined the Government, people of Namibia and the international community in expressing deepest condolences following the passing on of Dr. Theo-Ben Gurirab, the former Speaker of the National Assembly of Namibia and also former President of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU).

President Hage Geingob has mourned the late veteran diplomat and former speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Theo-Ben Gurirab, who died on Saturday at the age of 80.President Hage Geingob has mourned the late veteran diplomat and former speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Theo-Ben Gurirab, who died on Saturday at the age of 80.

The Villager apologizes to Paragon directors

The High Court has ordered Omalaeti Media Group, owner of The Villager newspaper to apologise to Paragon directors, Desmond Amunyela and Lazarus Jacobs,

Calle goes too far

Going after kapana ladies, hair dressers, shebeen owners and self-employed local plumbers is not the way to save the economy. 

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