Diana Ndimbira

Telecom offers Kanime MD position

Telecom Namibia Chief Human Resources Officer Andrew Kanime has been chosen to take over as Managing Director (MD) of the telecommunications parastatal when the incumbent MD Frans Ndoroma steps down at the beginning of next month.

NEFF makes BEE cornerstone of policy


THE Namibian Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) have committed themselves to implementing a Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) policy if voted into power according to their election manifesto launched last weekend.

Pohamba addresses his first rally

HEAD of State and president of the Swapo party Hifikepunye Pohamba last week addressed his first Star Rally at Aminuis in the Omaheke Region.

Namsov strikes again

Front Noa 03 Oct 2014THE battle between the Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources Bernard Esau and fishing giant Namsov has escalated following the launch of a criminal investigation by the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) into the actions of the minister.

MPs grab pensions

front Nahas 3 OctINVESTIGATIONS this week have revealed that some ministers, members of parliament and governors who are still receiving generous salaries from Government are also claiming the N$600.00 old age pension.

Nudo counts on sympathy vote

news Arnold 3 October NUDO Chief Whip Arnold Tjihuiko says he is certain that his party will secure more votes during the upcoming Presidential and National Assembly elections despite the death of party leader Chief Kuaima Riruako.

Swapo accused of creating housing crisis

Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) Central Committee member and former SWAPO Party member Libolly Haufiku this week made sensational claims that the ruling party deliberately encouraged rural to urban migration for political gain.

Venaani rips Swapo to pieces

President of the DTA McHenry Venaani has lashed out at the ruling SWAPO party and its leadership saying the party had failed to address poverty in the country.

SWAPO unleashes big guns

THE ruling SWAPO party will this weekend embark on a three-pronged campaign trail with President Hifikepunye Pohamba, Founding President Sam Nujoma and Vice President Hage Geingob holding parallel rallies around the country.

Government in limbo

WITH five and a half months to go before a new Cabinet is sworn in, questions have arisen about the waning powers of a government in a state of flux following last month’s SWAPO party electoral college which left many incumbent minister facing the exit door.

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