The Namibia Student Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) says it will soon start blacklisting defaulting loan holders in a bid to recover millions of dollars it is owed by former students.
The SWAPO Party’s Otjozondjupa Regional Executive has threatened to reprimand Governor Otto Ipinge if he continues to involve himself in the restructuring of leadership positions at section and branch levels in the region.
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The US Embassy in Windhoek said Wednesday that its government, through the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Department of Defence,
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Minister of Finance, Calle Schlettwein, has defended the decision to double Public Service Medical Aid Scheme member contributions, saying leaving them unchanged will make the healthcare fund unsustainable.
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Ombudsman Advocate John Walters said Wednesday that he has not made any progress regarding an investigation into whether former Vice President Nickey Iyambo has been staying for free in a government owned house in Eros when there is no legal instrument backing such an arrangement.
Inland Revenue Commissioner, Justus Mwafonge, said on Wednesday that the January introduction of the Integrated Tax Administration System (ITAS) will result in increased revenue for the state as it will minimise incidences of tax evasion, transfer pricing, and underpaying of taxes.
President Hage Geingob said on Wednesday that any attempts to reduce the public service wage bill during a time when the country is facing its worst economic crisis in history should be treated with caution
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The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has arrested a manager at a private distribution company in Windhoek after he allegedly solicited bribes from transport companies.
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Businessman, John Walenga, has his sights set on running a radio station following the closure of his 100 percent owned newspaper, The Villager, a fortnight ago after eight years in the market.
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  • Apr
Divisions amongst SWAPO councillors in Okahandja continue unabated with allegations that former Deputy Mayor, Sophia Upithe, is being side-lined by her fellow party councillors.
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