Diana Ndimbira

Kaumbi takes on Oosthuizen for RCC job

front-kaumbi JanThe Roads Contractor Company (RCC) has short-listed two candidates for the vacant Chief Executive Officer (CEO) position, it emerged this week.

RCC retrenchments questionable

newsmwatile janThe Roads Contractor Company (RCC) has met with the Public Service Union of Namibia to present it with a written proposal for a retrenchment process that workers at the company find dubious.

RCC CEO labelled a ‘fraud’

front RCC 19 decActing Chief Executive Officer of the Roads Contractor Company (RCC) and Chairman of the TransNamib Board of Directors Pieter Oosthuizen has been labelled a ‘fraud’.

Questions linger over Erkki

news NGITIMAL  19 decTHE Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) recently exonerated Minister of Works and Transport Erkki Nghimtina from corruption charges, but allegations of irregular practice  continue to persist.

Von Bach ski clubs fight eviction

THE Ministry of Works and Transport has ordered the Von Bach Ski Club and the Namibian Water Ski Club to vacate their premises at the Von Bach dam, two years after the ministry’s initial notice was ignored.

What got us talking in 2014

As the year draws to a close, many see this time as an opportunity to not only take a break, relax and go on holiday, but also to reflect on the main events of the year both good and bad.

Another coup at RCC

front Graft 12 decThe Roads Contractor Company (RCC) has been thrown into further turmoil following the company’s decision to suspend two of its senior managers

Top dogs reeled into Transnamib saga

news transnamib 12 decThe Ministry of Finance has not yet released part of the remaining N$400 million it approved for the implementation of the TransNamib 180-day turnaround strategy, it emerged this week.

Kaupu asserts her own identity

Kaupumhote Pohamba, the daughter of President Hifikepunye Pohamba,  opens up about her personal life, upbringing and career ambitions in an exclusive interview.

Geingob mourns ex-wife

front geingos 05decPrime Minister Hage Geingob was at a loss for words on Thursday afternoon as he visited the house of his former wife Priscilla Charlene Geingos, who passed away Wednesday night.

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