Front Roads Authority 31 OctROADS Authority CEO Conrad Lutombi has defended the awarding of a N$100 million road rehabilitation tender to Kata Investments.

FRONT naanda 31OctTransNamib Managing Director (MD) Sara Naanda has been suspended for insubordination, the company’s Board said Thursday.

Front Russian 24 OctTHE Ministry of Lands and Resettlement has confirmed that it will consider granting a Russian-owned company permission to purchase agricultural land provided it meets all the requirements set out in the Land Reform Act of 1995.

2nd Front kapere 24 OctTHE Executive Chairperson of the National Youth Council Mandela Kapere has sought legal advice following accusations by members of the Namibian Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) that he is part of a group plotting their assassinations.

Front Haihambo 17 OctOUTGOING Roads Contractors Company (RCC) CEO is leaving the roads parastatal in financial turmoil after the company was slapped with a US$10 million lawsuit following a series of bad investments by the company’s Zambian subsidiary.

Front Okahanja 17 OctTHE Okahandja Town Council has ordered its chief executive officer Frans Enkali to appear before a disciplinary hearing this Friday.

Front KAPOFI 10 oCTSECRETARY to Cabinet Frans Kapofi says that it was unethical for the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Education Alfred Ilukena to preside over the awarding of a tender his wife would benefit from.

Front Willem 10 OctTHE Deputy Minister of Mines and Energy, Willem Isaacks (45) died in the Keetmanshoop State Hospital on Wednesday evening following a car accident.

Front Noa 03 Oct 2014THE battle between the Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources Bernard Esau and fishing giant Namsov has escalated following the launch of a criminal investigation by the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) into the actions of the minister.

front Nahas 3 OctINVESTIGATIONS this week have revealed that some ministers, members of parliament and governors who are still receiving generous salaries from Government are also claiming the N$600.00 old age pension.


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