2021-04-09Staff Reporter The long-awaited operationalisation of the Namibia Revenue Agency has finally come to fruition, heralding a new beginning as far as revenue collection is concerned. NamRA was established as a solution to the perrenial and low revenue collection problem the country has been experiencing for many years. View more
2021-04-09Albertina Nakale Although a police uniform serves as a source of pride and respect, which reflects a feeling of patriotism and public order, police impersonation is still rampant in Namibia where crooks illegally use the sacred uniform to commit crimes. View more
2021-04-09Kuzeeko Tjitemisa Opposition lawmakers vented their anger at Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila on Wednesday after she delivered a ministerial statement outlining the government’s efforts in fighting corruption and the measures the authorities had taken to address the problem. View more
2021-04-09Albertina Nakale Several students who completed their studies at the University of Namibia last year might miss out on the annual graduation ceremony next week after the university reportedly failed to clear outstanding accounts in time. View more
2021-04-09Maria Amakali Namibian authorities are expected to finalise the extradition request for lawyer Marén de Klerk who is facing corruption charges in the High Court over his alleged involvement in the Fishrot scandal. View more
2021-04-09Maihapa Ndjavera The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) secretariat secretary general, Wamkele Mene yesterday congratulated Namibia on its excellent infrastructure, saying this is a solid foundation to benefit from the continental trade pact. View more
2021-04-09Nuusita Ashipala Some Namibians are now taking advantage of the unfolding humanitarian crisis in Angola and are crossing the border illegally into Angola trading livestock in exchange for food. View more
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