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  • 18
  • Oct
Soon to retire Okakarara Constituency Councillor Vetaruhe Kandorozu is preparing a motion to request the decentralisation of rural electrification from the Ministry of Mines and Energy to the Regional Electricity Distributors (REDs).
  • 18
  • Oct
Development of the hugely anticipated Walvis Bay mixed-use waterfront and marina project which was initially scheduled to start in 2018, has been deferred until 2021, Namport announced this week.
  • 18
  • Oct
While other political parties are gearing up for the forthcoming polls, discontent is brewing at the offices of the National Unity Democratic Organisation (Nudo).
  • 18
  • Oct
Tension is mounting at the Namibia Press Agency (Nampa) this week with disgruntled employees reportedly making threats to go on strike. They are demanding salary increases and bonuses.
Southern African Customs Union (SACU) Executive Secretary Paulina Elago has been given a reprieve after the Council of Ministers recently renewed her contract for an unknown period, the Windhoek Observer has established.
The Windhoek Observer can report that Inland Revenue Commissioner Justus Mwafonge, Communication Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) Chairperson Heinrich Mihe Gaomab II and Tax Leader at PWC Chantell Husslemann are all in the running to become Commissioner/CEO of the new semi-autonomous state-entity Namibia Revenue Agency (NAMRA).
The Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) has maintained that the Electoral Commission of Namibia’s interpretation of Section 77 (4) of the Electoral Act 5 of 2014 is flawed as it seeks to disadvantage civil servants interested in becoming Members of Parliament.
  • 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.
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