front drugs b 27 May 2016Local drug kingpins, who have profiteered through the sale of illicit drugs in the country, will soon find themselves on the losing end, as NamPol goes after their assets.
front chinese 27 May 2016The business partner of President Hage Geingob, Chinese millionaire Jack Huang, has over 16 years built a huge business empire concentrated in the border town of Oshikango.
front drugs 27 May 2016The Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) Fund plans to build more low-cost housing for its seriously injured claimants, as it continues to find better ways to assist the rehabilitation of road crash victims.
front nakawa 20 May 2016The financially hamstrung national carrier Air Namibia is splashing millions of dollars of taxpayer money on an airplane lease deal after, committing to a US$6,500 per hour, 10-day deal with Portuguese charter airline Hi Fly.
front digu 20 May 2016Black Namibians are still largely excluded from the country’s tourism sector for a number of reasons, including lack of access to start-up loans, as they do not have the necessary collateral.
front amukwiyo 20 May 2016With jostling for positions having started in Swapo, ahead of its 2017 elective congress, Oshikoto Regional Coordinator Armas Amukwiyu maintains that he has no ambitions to take up a senior role, including the powerful secretary general post.
front Transnamib 13 May 2016TransNamib Acting Chief Executive Officer Hippy Tjivikua and board Chairman Paul Smit are embroiled in a power struggle, the Windhoek Observer can reveal.
front Katjavivi 13 May 2016National Assembly Speaker Professor Peter Katjavivi says there is nothing he can do about the decision to splurge N$2 billion on a new parliament building, as the green light for the much-maligned project was given before he took office.


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