• 15
  • Feb
Outgoing NAMPORT Chief Executive Officer, Buisey /Uirab, has been tipped to take over as the new head of the troubled Namibia Airports Company (NAC), the Windhoek Observer established this week.
  • 15
  • Feb
The case of a Congolese woman accused of smuggling immigrants from her country into Namibia, is now ready to go to trial in the High Court.
  • 15
  • Feb
A 25-year-old man arrested for the murder of 28-year-old Harold Rooi in Rehoboth on 12 November, made his fourth appearance in the Rehoboth Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday.
  • 15
  • Feb
A Russian national accused of raping five underage girls in Walvis Bay, made his first appearance in the High Court here Thursday.
  • 15
  • Feb
The Bank of Namibia (BoN) expects the domestic economy to grow in 2019 for the first time in three years, Deputy Governor Ebson Uanguta, said on Wednesday.
  • 15
  • Feb
Long-serving Namibia Football Association (NFA) Secretary General, Barry Rukoro, who was hounded out of office this week under the watchful eye of the Namibian Police, remained defiant on Thursday, accusing the Hilda Basson-Namundjebo led Normalisation Committee of a witch hunt.
The Okahandja Municipality might hold the swearing-in ceremony for the local authority councillors next week.
This is contrary to an order issued by Swapo Secretary General Sophia Shaningwa this week, in which she directed that the municipality effects changes to its office bearers no later than Thursday.
The Rundu Town Council has elected Isack Kandingu as the new mayor, defying SWAPO Party Secretary General, Sophia Shaningwa’s directive to maintain the status quo.
Eight Namibian girls facing drug charges in Brazil say they are wallowing in poverty with no one to turn to after Namibian Consulate officials in Sao Paulo abandoned them at their hour of need.
  • 08
  • Feb
The National Commission on Research, Science and Technology (NCRST) was represented at the Namibia Innovation Conference on Wednesday, despite earlier threatening to boycott the event, citing ethical and principled reasons.
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