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The Namibian tourism industry is experiencing an unprecedented crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  

March 21, 2020 is the 30th year of Namibia’s independence and the inauguration of Namibia’s third president Hage Geingob for his second and final term in office. These dual celebrations are not about one individual, but about what Namibia as an entire nation of 2.6 million people, stands for.

Questions are being raised over the decision by the Agricultural Business Development Agency (Agribusdev) to award a multimillion dollar fertilizer supply tender to South African company, Kynoch, whose Namibian agent was linked to the government agency, despite the company not having bid for the tender.

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As Namibia celebrates International Women’s Day 2020 on Sunday March 8th, we celebrate Joan Tietens’s 30 year journey at NamPower; her contribution to the organisation and her personal growth.
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As Namibia celebrates International Women’s Day 2020 on Sunday March 8th, we share the journey of women of achievement at NamPower.  As organizations create equal employment and growth opportunities for female employees, NamPower’s Etuhole Mbango, an Assistant Engineer, shares her story.
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As Namibia celebrates International Women’s Day 2020 on Sunday March 8th, statistics show that there has been a marked improvement in organizational policies that allow women to excel.
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Information Technology (IT) is an integral part in the operations of any organisation.  As Namibia celebrates International Women’s Day 2020 on Sunday March 8th,  we shine the light on women leading in the sector. 
The Supreme Court Registrar this week poured cold water on attempts by independent presidential hopeful, Panduleni Itula, to challenge its controversial ruling of 5 February, that declared the outcome of the presidential election valid, while conceding that failure to use a paper trail in those elections was unconstitutional.
The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) says it’s considering its options when it comes to securing its investment in Musa Capital Namibia following revelations its shareholder Musa Group has been placed under business rescue in South Africa following the request to write off a US$1.4 billion loan.
City of Windhoek spokesman Harold Akwenye yesterday confirmed that City Police chief Abraham Kanime is serving the remaining days of his employment following his resignation last month.
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