front NHE 16 JuneThe Windhoek High Court on Thursday reserved judgement in the court application of National Housing Enterprise Property Management Manager Uazuma Kaumbi, who wants the appointment of the new Chief Executive Officer Gisbertus Mukulu postponed until his (Kaumbi’s) dispute at the Labour Commissioner is finalised.

front Fitch Ratings 15 JuneFitch Ratings has affirmed Namibia Power Corporation (Pty) Ltd's (NamPower) Long-Term foreign-currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'BBB-' and Short-Term IDR at 'F3'. Fitch has also affirmed NamPower's National Long-Term rating at 'AA+(zaf)' and its Short-Term rating at 'F1+(zaf)'.

front Germany 15 JuneNorbert Lammert, president of the Bundestag or the German parliament, said it was "regrettable, and in the context of recent debates, also a bit embarrassing" that the German legislature has yet to make a statement on the killings in Namibia, the Deutsche Welle has reported.

Namsov 14 JuneThe Namsov Community Trust on Monday handed over N$7 million earmarked for community development projects to the country`s 14 regional governors.

front German Nam 13 JuneGermany and Namibia are in the advanced stages of talks on officially recognizing as "genocide" a colonial-era crackdown more than a century ago in which more than 65,000 ethnic Hereros were killed, the German government said Monday. It hopes to conclude them by late next year.

front 13 JuneGisbertus Mukulu`s appointment as National Housing Enterprises (NHE) Chief Executive Officer could be short-lived after the Labour Court ruled Friday that the challenge to his appointment by Uazuva Kaumbi, a Senior Manager for Technical Services and Property Management at the parastatal is urgent.

front 10 geingob June 2016President Hage Geingob’s former ‘spin-doctor’, Petrus Amakali, has alleged that Safety and Security Minister, retired Major General Charles Namoloh killed his mother like a rabid dog 38 years ago.
front Nujoma 10 june 2016A storm is brewing at the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) over allegations that a decision has been taken by top management to dim the publicity around Founding Father Dr Sam Nujoma, so that his activities do not outshine the coverage of government programmes.
front 10 tweya June 2016Cabinet has resolved that construction of a N$2,7 billion new parliament building will go ahead, despite a huge public outcry over the enormous cost of the project and a demonstration planned by the Affirmative Repositioning movement for 16 June.

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