• January 18th, 2019
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379 nabbed for drunk driving

WINDHOEK - A record 379 motorists were arrested for drunk and driving on the B1 and B2 roads during the just ended festive season. This is out of a whopping 91 200 drivers screened during this period of merrymaking and excesses. 

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Geingob calls for help of DRC

WINDHOEK – Sadc chairperson Dr Hage Geingob yesterday said the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is at crossroads after its contentious December 30 presidential election.

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Africa’s top 10 tech start-ups selected for accelerator programme

WINDHOEK - Airbus and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) have announced the top 10 African tech start-ups that will take part in the latest Airbus Bizlab #Africa4Future accelerator programme. They were selected after an open public pitch event in front of experts, potential investors, the media and other stakeholders in Kenya’s capital city. 

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Jeep’s new Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is the most powerful and quickest SUV ever

At an estimated retail price of N$2.1 million, Jeep’s new Grand Cherokee Trackhawk has been injected with an unmatched 522 kW, courtesy of an awe-inspiring supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 engine. These unbelievable performance numbers mean that the most awarded SUV ever and the most capable full-size SUV on the planet is now also the most powerful and quickest SUV ever.

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NWR makes travelling affordable

WINDHOEK - Quite often the chance to travel is dismissed once one considers the costs associated with it. When an individual considers visiting a new place, the first question that comes to mind is; How expensive is it going to be?

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Eiseb succeeds pioneering Ndjaba as NDTC’s new CEO

WINDHOEK - The Namibia Diamond Trading Company (NDTC) Board of Directors have confirmed the retirement of Shihaleni Ellis Ndjaba, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of NDTC, who retired at the end of December 2018, following 11 years of dedicated service to the company. He is succeeded by Brent Eiseb, who previously served at strategic level as Senior Manager, Sales & Marketing. Eiseb’s appointment is effective from January 01, 2019.

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GIZ equips NFA Girls Centre

WINDHOEK - The Namibia Football Association NFA) Girls Centre last week got a shot in the arm with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) presenting the establishment with lodging equipment valued at over N$70 000.

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Current challenges faced by new SMEs

WINDHOEK - As the Namibian economy continues to navigate economic challenges; the knock-on effect on consumers is one of the main issues keeping new SMEs awake at night.