front  13 nov festus i novemberNewly appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN), Festus Mbadeka has sued the Ministry of Works and Transport for breaching a 5-year rental agreement for his flat in Windhoek West.

latest news NSA 12 novNamibia’s annual rate of inflation for October increased to 3.4 percent year-on-year from 3.3 percent in September, the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) has announced.

latest news SA Airways 11 novA Belgian national is in trouble after he caused the grounding of a South African Airways flight SA703 at Hosea Kutako International Airport this morning following a bomb scare.

latest news Lewis 10 NovThe Lewis Group has acquired 21 Beares and Ellerines stores in Namibia among 41 other outlets spread across the region in an N$250 million deal. Lewis Chief Executive Officer Johan Enslin said in a statement that the acquisition, which also include outlets in Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland, will enable the furniture retailer to expand and diversify its southern African footprint, increasing the group`s stores to 786.

front  6 november THE head of internal audit and risk management at the Roads Contractor Company (RCC) who was suspended in October last year is taking the former RCC Board of Directors to court for unfair labour practices, sources said this week.

front  6 nov katti novemberFinancial statements released by the Canadian based company Kombat Copper shows that businessman Knowledge Katti paid 1 Canadian dollar, N$10.53 at the current exchange rate to take ownership of Kombat Town.

front  30 OCT EkandjoMinister of Youth, National Service and Sports Jerry Ekandjo has advised the National Youth Council (NYC) to postpone its elective December General Assembly meeting.

front  30 OCT ben Veteran politician Ben Ulenga is set to make a sensational comeback to Swapo 17 years after he left the ruling party to form opposition party Congress of Democrats (CoD), highly placed Swapo insiders claimed this week.

front  23 OCT nghitimaThe National Housing Enterprise (NHE) board of directors has shortlisted four candidates for the CEO opposition left vacant after Vincent Hailulu’s ten-year tumultuous reign at the embattled housing parastatal came to an end in August. 

front  23 OCT shilongoThe Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry (MAWF) is in the final stages of completing all the relevant legal paperwork necessary for the export of Namibian beef to the Chinese market.


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