• 03
  • May
Digitalisation is transforming how media products are both created and accessed. Consumers can now exercise more control over their media use in terms of how they access content.
Miners are livid overt the decision taken by the Electricity Control Board (ECB) to only approve a 2,5 percent decrease in the bulk electricity tariff, when power utility NamPower had asked for a 3,11 percent decrease.
The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) is planning to invest N$7.2 billion locally to achieve the 45 percent domestic asset requirement as mandated by the Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority’s (NAMFISA) regulation 13.
Gem Diamonds Namibia, a company linked to a politician and a government minister known to the Windhoek Observer, is tipped to be awarded the multimillion-dollar government tender to value Namibian diamonds despite previously having come out second in the tender evaluation process.
  • 26
  • Apr
LILONGWE - The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) will this week partner with the Ministry of Health in Malawi to support the Malawi Prison Service (MPS) conduct cervical cancer screening for all female prisoners throughout the country.
  • 26
  • Apr
The Windhoek Observer News Editor Nyasha Francis Nyaungwa (NFN) sat down with Inland Revenue Commissioner Justus Mwafongwe (JM) who explained what has been causing delays in processing VAT refunds.
  • 26
  • Apr
Chinese Ambassador to Namibia Zhang Yiming has come under fire for his “condescending and arrogant” behaviour following last week’s murder of Haushiku Andreas Muyevu at Andara village in Mukwe Constituency allegedly at the hands of two Chinese nationals.
  • 26
  • Apr
The Landless Peoples Movement (LPM) and the Affirmative Repositioning Movement have reacted with anger to the decision by government to scrap plans to buy the world-famous Erindi Private Game Reserve, situated northeast of Omaruru.
  • 26
  • Apr
TransNamib requires N$2.5 billion over the next five years to fund its new business plan which has already been approved by Cabinet, Chief Executive Officer Johny Smith told the Windhoek Observer on Wednesday.
Presidential Advisor on Youth Matters & Enterprise Development Daisry Mathias’ future at State House remains a major talking point with speculation that she is set to be appointed as the new National Youth Service commissioner
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