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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 - 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 - United Nations (UN) resident coordinator in Namibia Rachel Odede yesterday announced a contribution of N$15 million (USD1 million) to help more than 700 000 people estimated to be food insecure due to drought in the country. 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 - Cabinet has approved Namibia Oriental Tobacco’s right of leasehold application for a tobacco and maize plantation in the Zambezi Region. 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 - Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila on Friday bemoaned constant friction within the higher echelons of public enterprises - specifically infighting between CEOs and board directors - WINDHOEK - Kunene Region and Impalilia Island in Zambezi Region lag behind in ICT access and in WINDOKO – Kamaiso ya muuso ilumezi kuli kampani ya Namibia Oriental Tobacco, izwelepili nimulelo wakuyo lima kwai ni mbonyi mwasikiliti sa Zambezi. Likwambuyu wa Lizibiso ni Zwelopili ya WINDOKO – Muongaongi wa Katengo ka United Nations (UN) mwanaha Namibia Rachel Odede, WINDHOEK – President Hage Geingob yesterday said the call by some to terminate Operation Kalahari Desert, due to its perceived violations of human rights, is an election ploy aimed at discrediting his administration. WINDHOEK – Government has launched an agricultural project that seeks to reduce the impacts and risks WINDHOEK - Ovambanderu Chief Kilus Munjuku III Nguvauva has put the blame of traditional authorities’ disputes squarely on government, warning that unless government changes its approach, disputes will WINDHOEK - President Hage Geingob has said Erindi, Namibia’s biggest privately-owned game reserve, measuring 65 000 hectares, can legally be sold to foreigners since the waiver was granted way before last year’s land conference. WINDHOEK - Five executives and four middle managers at the cash-strapped Municipality of Gobabis are WINDHOEK- Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi has applauded Sadc chairperson, President Hage Geingob ‘pioneering leadership’, describing his leadership as hands-on and pioneering in many ways. Otjomuise- Operesidenda Hage Gingoba matja o rumbo ro ndjeverero yo vi puka o ru nene nene mo WINDHOEK – Swanu president Tangeni Iijambo has called for the reversal of the constitution to allow WINDHOEK – Descendants of the Ovaherero and Ovambanderu claiming Erindi Private Game Reserve to WINDHOEK – The presidency yesterday said it would not yet comment on the latest apology issued late on Wednesday by Gabrielle Lubowski, former wife of the slain struggle veteran Anton Lubowski.