The Office of the President has approached the Windhoek High Court in an attempt to force the now-defunct Cherry Tree Trading CC t/a Karseboom to deliver curtains, wallpaper, and scatter cushions valued at over N$1 million.
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  • Sep
The Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) plans to host a bigger and better annual Swakopmund International Trade Expo (SWAITEX), next month in the coastal town.
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  • Sep
Whale Rock Cement, under its Cheetah Cement brand, has pledged to construct 10 classrooms per region starting next year, the SWAPO Party Youth League said this week.
  • 27
  • Sep
The Agribank of Namibia has revealed that it disbursed loans worth N$438 million to 701 applicants in the 2019 financial year, an increase from N$358 million advanced in 2018.
A group of SMEs that collectively lost millions of dollars after the SME Bank collapsed in July 2017 following a looting spree by its Zimbabwean minority shareholders have threatened to take to the streets after they were snubbed by President Hage Geingob and the bank’s liquidators.
Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) President McHenry Venaani has labelled critics of his party’s ambitious manifesto for the November Presidential and National Assembly elections as non-thinkers.
Businesswoman Sharon Neumbo who was arrested last Friday on fraud allegations is alleged to have paid herself salaries of up to N$170,000 on some occasion without authorisation from fellow board members.
  • 20
  • Sep
Volker Grellmann, Die guten Jaeger (the good hunter) has died. He was the doyen of Namibian professional hunting. He racked up a pile of well-earned accolades and leadership roles. He died of a heart attack early Monday morning, September 16, 2019, at the age of 77.
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  • Sep
The National Assembly has approved the mandatory 50c levy on plastic carrier bags, with the implementation date set for 01 October 2019, the Ministry of Finance announced on Wednesday.
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  • Sep
In late August, 11 members of the Hoveka family in the Omaheke region nearly perished, after consuming ‘fat cakes’ that were erroneously cooked with contaminated cooking oil.  Also known as vetkoek, they are deep-fried bread that is shaped into rounded buns.
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