WINDOKO – Muongaongi wa Katengo ka United Nations (UN) mwanaha Namibia Rachel Odede,
WINDHOEK – Namibia has decided to start issuing visas on arrival to a good number of African, Asian, European, North American and South American countries, Minister of Information and Communication Technology (MICT) Stanley Simataa announced yesterday.
WINDHOEK – The Swapo leadership in Otjozondjupa Region yesterday suspended with immediate effect six party officials – including governor Otto Ipinge – pending pronouncement by the political bureau of the party.
WINDHOEK - Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Christine //Hoebes has commended Russian President Vladimir Putin for taking the initiative to host the first Russia-African Summit schedule for October in Sochi on the Black Sea.
WINDHOEK - White employees who comprise only 0.4 percent of the country’s workforce accounted for 29 percent of positions at management levels, according to the 2017/18 Employment Equity Commission (EEC) report tabled in parliament last week.
WINDHOEK – Chinese Ambassador to Namibia, Zhang Yiming, has urged Namibian companies to capture the ‘golden chance’ provided by the first China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo to be held in Changsha, the
WINDHOEK - Mexican billionaire investor Alberto Baillères is adamant that he has receive government approval to purchase the multi-billion-dollar game reserve despite Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila’s insistence that no such consent was yet granted.
WINDHOEK - Omaheke Regional Governor Festus Ueitele has observed that a lack of proper coordination
WINDHOEK – Twenty-nine years since Namibia’s first democratic election, fragments of apartheid remain in the workplace, Minister of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment Creation Erkki Nghimtina has
WINDHOEK - Livestock worth N$3.5 million have been stolen between April 2018 and March 2019 on farms and villages in the Omaheke Region, Omaheke Regional Governor Festus Ueitele has revealed.