• 11
  • Oct
While other State-owned enterprises are suffocating under financial strain and accusations of mismanagement during the current economic recession, the Road Fund Administration (RFA) has announced financial results that confirm it is charting a different course.
  • 11
  • Oct
Veteran Politician and Councillor of the Okakarara Constituency, Vetaruhe Kandorozu says he will not be available for re-election when his term as councillor lapses, next year.
  • 11
  • Oct
Following an article in this newspaper, in which disgruntled farmer Gerson Ndjai Zaire accused the Minister of Land Reform, Utoni Nujoma of alleged attempted extortion; the Minister made a convincing response this week, rubbishing Zaire’s claims as false.  His comments revealed more details about the entire saga.
Staff members at the Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and SME Development have called for the regularisation of appointments of commercial counsellors to Namibia’s foreign missions abroad to avoid favouritism and nepotism claims.
Controversial Chinese businessman Yeuquan ‘Jack’ Huang has failed in his bid to force his business partners Petrus Nevonga and Christian Itope to repay him N$3.7 million which he claimed he was owed.
In an unprecedented ruling on Tuesday, Windhoek High Court Judge Claudeen Claasen ordered a review of the decision by the state-owned agriculture lender Agribank to reject an N$4.5 million loan application by convicted fraudster Roger Mberira.
  • 04
  • Oct
Local film enthusiasts who were anxiously waiting for a Namibia Film Commission (NFC)-funded documentary celebrating the life of the iconic Oukwanyama King, Mandume yaNdemufayo, will face an indefinite delay.
  • 04
  • Oct
Cabinet has authorised the Office of the Prime Minister to advance N$33.1 million to financially struggling Agribusdev for the production of fodder at state-owned green scheme projects to minimise the effects of the current drought that has ravaged large parts of the country and left many farmers destitute.
  • 04
  • Oct
More people have come forward with accusations against Swakopmund Chief Executive Officer Alfeus Benjamin after the Windhoek Observer reported a fortnight ago that he was allegedly involved in a land scam that defrauded about 300 desperate home seekers.
  • 04
  • Oct
The Walvis Bay Corridor Group has appointed TransNamib Executive for Commercial and Marketing Hippy Tjivikua as the new Chief Executive Officer, effective 01 October 2019, sources familiar with the appointment have told the Windhoek Observer.
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