Diana Ndimbira

Jooste maps the way ahead

news jooste 17 julyPublic Enterprises Minister Leon Jooste on Wednesday shared his vision for State Owned Enterprises when he addressed an enthusiastic crowd at the first-ever Windhoek Observer Forum.

Namases breaks silence

front Namases 3 JulyFormer Managing Director of Air Namibia Theo Namases has come out all guns blazing to defend her name.This follows media reports this week that accused her of illicitly extending Air Namibia’s contract with Paragon Investment Holdings.

Namibians land N$8 billion cellphone deal

front THL 3 JulyNamibian-based company THL Africa Distributors has signed a distribution agreement with THL Africa valued at N$8 billion.THL Africa, which forms part of Shenzhen Hongjiayuan Communication Technology,  is a high-tech enterprise specialising in smart phone research and development, production, sales and service.

Oosthuizen resigns from RCC

front RCC 26 juneBeleaguered Roads Contractor Company General Manager (RCC) Pieter Oosthuizen has submitted his third resignation in three months.

Nghimtina leaves legal dilemma

Former Minister of Works and Transport Erkki Nghimtina made a decision that has left TransNamib with an awkward legal problem just three days before he left office.

Big guns in tug of war

front big guns 19 juneThe Minister of Urban and Rural Development Sophia Shaningwa is under pressure to deliver the final verdict on the sale of six prime erven in the city centre to a group of Italian developers.

NHE sets the record straight

news nhe 19 juneThe National Housing Enterprise (NHE) Board of Directors has strongly denied accusations that it acted unilaterally when implementing the collapsed mass housing programme.

Politburo goes soft on AR trio

front politburo 12 juneCharges against the suspended Swapo Party Youth League Secretary for Information Job Amupanda and his two lieutenants could be dropped after the disciplinary hearing against the trio failed to take off the ground.

Oosthuizen resigns from TransNamib

front pieter 12 juneChairperson of the TransNamib Board of Directors Pieter Oosthuizen has tendered his resignation to the Minister of Works and Transport Alpheus !Naruseb. Oosthuizen tendered his resignation on Thursday afternoon.

Shaningwa waiting on AR

front0 Shaningwa ar 05 juneThe Minister of Rural and Urban Development Sophia Shaningwa said this week that leaders of the Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement have failed to make a turn at her office since March despite their promise to do so.

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