front RCC 26 juneBeleaguered Roads Contractor Company General Manager (RCC) Pieter Oosthuizen has submitted his third resignation in three months.

front TELCOM 19 juneTelecom Namibia will soon advertise a tender to replace its problematic N$40 million billing system, acting Managing Director Theo Klein confirmed this week.

front big guns 19 juneThe Minister of Urban and Rural Development Sophia Shaningwa is under pressure to deliver the final verdict on the sale of six prime erven in the city centre to a group of Italian developers.

front politburo 12 juneCharges against the suspended Swapo Party Youth League Secretary for Information Job Amupanda and his two lieutenants could be dropped after the disciplinary hearing against the trio failed to take off the ground.

front pieter 12 juneChairperson of the TransNamib Board of Directors Pieter Oosthuizen has tendered his resignation to the Minister of Works and Transport Alpheus !Naruseb. Oosthuizen tendered his resignation on Thursday afternoon.

front0 Shaningwa ar 05 juneThe Minister of Rural and Urban Development Sophia Shaningwa said this week that leaders of the Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement have failed to make a turn at her office since March despite their promise to do so.

front housing 05 june Sources have accused Government of trying to hoodwink the nation on the real reasons why it is putting the multi-billion dollar mass housing project on hold.

front Haufiku 29 mayGovernment blundered by removing doctor’s licenses to dispense medicines, Minister of Health and Social Services Dr Bernard Haufiku said this week. “I still believe it was an unwise decision, and I told the chief of the Medical Council that he must accept that together with his colleagues he made a mistake.

front angula 29 mayFormer Prime Minister Nahas Angula is against the idea of national leaders declaring their assets or wealth in public. Angula said in an interview that his culture would not allow him to make such a move whilst serving in public office or even after retirement.

front hage 22  mayThe declaration of personal assets by President Hage Geingob and First Lady Monica Geingos is not a declaration but rather a personal estimate of their assets, a leading local chartered accountant has said.


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