Windhoek Observer

Radio France International (RFI) has not made the demanded apology to President Hage Geingob after publishing a widely circulated article suggesting that he had received questionable payments from the sale of Canadian firm,
The Acting CEO of the Namibia Airports Company (NAC), Albertus Aochamub, recently fielded questions from the Windhoek Observer reporter, Sonja Smith,

May Day and Cassinga Day: not just days off

This week, both May Day (May 1) and Cassinga Day (May 4) occur.  Each year, people plan their post-Easter leave days around these two important national holidays.
The Namibian Stock Exchange’s (NSX) local index, which caters for only Namibian primary listed companies, increased by 9.54 percent in 2017.

How to make informed investment decisions

Even for those of us working within the financial markets, investing your own hard-earned money can at times appear daunting.
The debt owed by State Owned Enterprises (SOE) declined from 6.1 percent in 2016 to 5.7 percent in 2017, the Bank of Namibia (BoN) said in its 2017 Financial Stability Report.
The Road Fund Administration (RFA) forecast a meagre N$1 million surplus for the 2019 financial year, according to details contained in its Five Year Business Plan for the period April 2018 to March 2023.

Bureaucratic bungling has led to the delay in renaming the Ondangwa Airport in honour of the late liberation struggle icon, Andimba Toivo ya Toivo, close to a year after the proposition was given the nod by President Hage Geingob. Bureaucratic bungling has led to the delay in renaming the Ondangwa Airport in honour of the late liberation struggle icon, Andimba Toivo ya Toivo, close to a year after the proposition was given the nod by President Hage Geingob.

Cut Deputy Minister perks

Why are we spending money to provide VIP security for deputy ministers and presidential advisors at a time when government has frozen the hiring of desperately needed new nurses and police recruits? 

Uranium sector worries Chamber

The Chamber of Mines of Namibia says the immediate outlook for the mining sector is promising apart from the uranium sector.

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