The Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group, the biggest employer in the country outside of Government with over 5,000 employees across it several operating units, announced Thursday that it will temporarily suspend its current recruitment portal, ohlthaverlist-recruitment.co.na, due to an increase in traffic from job seekers.
Under fire Okahandja Constituency Councillor, Steve ‘Biko’ Booys, has been accused of hiring thugs to terrorise residents who have been demanding his removal from office, the Windhoek Observer has been told.
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Namdeb has endorsed a culture where employees refresh themselves on important company aspects as part of ensuring a positive start to the year.
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Tributes have poured in for legendary Zimbabwean musician and human rights activist, Oliver Mtukudzi, who passed away on Wednesday at the Avenues Clinic in Harare.
He was 66.
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Sanlam has donated 45 white canes to the Namibian Federation of the Visually Impaired (NFVI).
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Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) Secretary General, Manuel Ngaringombe, has come out guns blazing, accusing the ruling SWAPO Party and its councilors in Okahandja and Rundu of hampering the delivery of quality services to rate payers because of their internal squabbles.
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The MTC/Namibia Premier League has been left with 15 teams following the decision to relegate Young African Football Club on Thursday after 46 out 47 points were deducted from their total and they were fined N$50,000 for registering a Zimbabwean player using false identification.
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SWAPO Party Youth League (SPYL) Secretary, Ephraim Nekongo, this week expressed his displeasure with what he termed a leadership crisis at the Windhoek Municipality.
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The Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement said on Thursday that it will redouble its efforts this year to make sure that the poor no longer live in fear and that their demands for land are met by government.
The Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Chairperson, Hage Geingob remained mum on the regional body’s position on events unfolding in Zimbabwe when he convened the SADC double Troika this week.
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