• August 25th, 2019
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POSTS BY Kuzeeko Tjitemisa

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Venaani calls on Imalwa to step down

WINDHOEK- Leader of the official opposition, Popular Democratic Movement (PDM), McHenry Venaani has called on Prosecutor-General Martha Imalwa to step down as the head of the prosecution authority.


Elikwamo lyokutunga mambo gomanzi talikaza komeho

WINDHOEK - Ministera gonodoropa ekuliko nomukunda doponze Peya Mushelenga, kayinkondopekere asi elikwamo lyokukadika mambo gomanzi ngesi kuna kuza likatameke hena, omu yina kara asi epangero kuna kugava tupu yimaliva ano omu mokutura asi kampanike nazikarugana yirugana yangoso oyo simpe


One person charged in GIPF debacle

WINDHOEK – Prosecutor General (PG) Martha Imalwa yesterday confirmed that one person – whose identity she withheld – has been charged under the Insolvency Act and also with fraud into the missing millions of the Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF).


NEPC urged to ‘act speedily’ on recruiting CEO

WINDHOEK – The New Era Publication Corporation (NEPC) board should speedily start with the process of identifying and recruiting a substantive CEO, chairperson for the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Accounts Mike Kavekotora said yesterday.

Muleneñi utalimana ni matata amasheleñi

WINDOKO – Muleli wa Katengo Katolopo mwamuleñi wa Windoko ili muetapili wa sikwama Jerome Davis ufile mamela yakuli muleneñi utalimana ni matata amasheleñi atokwa bucaziba, kutwano ni tumelo ya lipolitiki


Chiefs’ annual indaba starts today

GOBABIS - Fifty-two recognised traditional authority chiefs started gathering in Gobabis, Omaheke region, yesterday for the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Council of Traditional Leaders, which begins today. 


Mass housing programme on track

WINDHOEK - Minister of Urban and Rural Development, Peya Mushelenga, has confirmed that the mass housing project is still in full swing, as only one component of the project involving government providing finance and employing a contractor is on hold.


City faces cash flow problems

WINDHOEK - The City of Windhoek strategic executive head of finance Jerome Davis has warned that the city is facing cash flow problems that requires creativity, cooperation and political will from the executive and senior management teams to resolve.


1 000 retrenched in six months

WINDHOEK - Nearly 500 workers have been retrenched from various sectors of the economy in the first quarter of the 2019/20 financial year alone, information from the ministry of labour shows.


SPYL hails economic growth summit 

WINDHOEK – The Swapo Party Youth League (SPYL) yesterday lauded the success of the 2019 Economic Growth Summit, saying the series of measures put forward during the event will ensure the

Home Affairs embarks on Project Khaedu

WINDHOEK – About twenty-five Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration officials yesterday embarked on a two-week workshop aimed at addressing challenges and strengths and also exploring ways of improving service delivery.


Govt rejects Aletha Nguvauva’s chieftaincy bid

WINDHOEK - The Minister of Urban and Rural Development, Peya Mushelenga, has rejected an application by Queen Aletha Nguvauva, who this time around wanted to be recognised as the Chief of the Ovambanderu Traditional Council in the Otjombinde Constituency of the Omaheke Region.