front shangala  11 SepttThe Office the Vice President has undertaken a mission to account for all Namibian Freedom fighters that died or went missing in exile under the care of Swapo during the liberation struggle.

Flyafrica Namibia has maintained that it has the right to fly passengers between Hosea Kutako International Airport and O.R Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa.

front Haufiku  4 SepttThe Minister of Health and Social Services Bernard Haufiku says that he has other health related priorities to tackle at this point, which do not include the controversial topic of legalising abortion.

front shangala   4 SepttThe Attorney General Sakeus Shanghala has taken a swipe at Bidvest to Namibia Chief Executive Officer, Sebby Kankondi  for claiming that the Marine Resources Act of 2000 is applied by the Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources with impunity.

front 28 esau AugustThe Office of the Attorney General has dismissed attempts by disgruntled players in the lucrative fishing industry to have the powers of the Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources Bernard Esau stripped.

front 28 hidipo  AugustThursday morning marked yet another historic moment in Namibian politics when former President of the Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) Hidipo Hamutenya was welcomed back into the Swapo party fold.

front 21  AugustSwapo Secretary General Nangolo Mbumba has broken his silence to set the record straight on a range of internal issues that have been haunting the party in recent days.

front 21  ita AugustMinister of Higher Education, Innovation and Training Ita Murangi-Kandjii says that ministers need to apply their minds when selecting council or board members of academic institutions.

front   katrina 14 AugustA recent assessment carried out by PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) has revealed that the Ministry of Education Arts and Culture still pays full salaries to about 6,000 ghost teachers.

front 14  AugustThe newly-appointed Governor of the Omusati Region Erkki Endjala has landed himself a hot potato only a few months after taking over office.


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