Diana Ndimbira

Esau open to negotiation

news isau  05 decMINISTER of Fisheries and Marine Resources Bernard Esau says his ministry is still studying a High Court ruling by Judge Shafimana Uitele which declared the awarding of fishing quotas to non-right holders illegal and unlawful.

Kazenambo wins but left bruised

FORMER Minister of Youth National Services, Sport and Culture Kazenambo Kazenambo not only celebrated a unique personal victory as the Electoral Commission of Namibia  announced election results this week,

Not yet time for Okanghudi

THE recently announced results of the Presidential and National Assembly elections have created a sense of euphoria among the electorate.

ECN blunders anger voters

The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) finds itself at the centre of a storm and its image in tatters once more following the recently concluded Presidential and National Assembly elections.

Don’t provoke us: Rukoro

news rukoro 27novDuring an exclusive interview this week, Paramount Chief of the Ovaherero Traditional Authority (OTA) Vekuii Rukoro was unapologetic about his views that Government is purposely oppressing the OTA.

Namsov pleads forleniency

NAMSOV Fishing Enterprises and Atlantic Harvesters of Namibia have filed what sources in the fishing industry consider an outrageous settlement proposal as a condition for withdrawing their High Court application against Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources Bernard Esau.

Ski clubs vandalise Von Bach dam

MANAGING Director of Tungeni Africa Investments Iyaloo Ya Nangolo has reported two water skiing clubs to the permanent secretary of the Ministry of Environment and Tourism for acts of vandalism.

10 things we’ve learnt

THE winding road that leads to the Presidential and National Assembly elections has neared its end as we find ourselves with only hours to go before Namibians head to the polls to decide whom they want as their leaders for the next five years.

‘Stop witch-hunt’

front city 21 novemberPrime Minister Hage Geingob has come out strongly against what he termed a culture of targeting women in key leadership positions. In an exclusive interview on Thursday Geingob, who is also the chairperson of the State Owned Enterprises Governing Council (SOEGC), spoke for the first time at length about problems at Air Namibia, TransNamib and Namibia Wildlife Resorts.

Ekandjo pushes pot probe

news JERRY  21 NOVA seemingly vindictive Swapo Party politburo member and Minister of Youth, Sport and Culture Jerry Ekandjo appears to be still suffering from the effects of the party’s electoral college held at the end of August.

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