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Tucna seeks N$11m probe

20 minutes ago | Local News

The Trade Union Congress of Namibia (Tucna) has called on the Anti-Corruption Commission to stop tiptoeing around matters pertaining to the millions missing from state coffers, and said that they are the rightful owners...

Taxi union blames government

20 minutes ago | Local News

The Namibia Transport and Taxi Union (NTTU) says taxi drivers act like “kudus on the roads” because of the government’s incompetence and the situation it has created.The president of the taxi drivers’ union, Werner Januarie,...

Dispute over missing Tassies and sugar for cattle

1 day - 27 September 2016 | Local News

On Wednesday the Okalongo community court of the Ombandja Traditional Authority heard a case of two pensioner brothers who are in dispute over a cattle deal that went sour in Angola in 1993.Community courts were...

Still chewing yesteryear’s stones

1 day - 27 September 2016 | Local News

The re-instatement of ancestral land talks, issues of inheritance of commercial farms without delay, land sold to tourist operators and the abolishment of a resettlement programme were some of the topics that emerged during the...

Oshakati top brass defy Shaningwa

5 days ago - 23 September 2016 | Local News

Oshakati mayor Katrina Shimbulu recently undertook a week-long trip to Angola with a council delegation that exceeded the maximum number of officials stipulated by urban and rural development minister Sophia Shaningwa. Councillors from both Oshakati...

Bumper winter for tourism

5 days ago - 23 September 2016 | Local News

Accommodation establishments in Namibia recorded bumper statistics last month breaking the highest occupancy that has been recorded for August in the past ten years. With...

N$13m missing at Rehoboth

6 days ago - 22 September 2016 | Local News

The Rehoboth Town Council has allegedly failed to account for a number of financial transactions, including the missing N$13 million raised through land sales in...

Community shuts bar

6 days ago - 22 September 2016 | Local News

The City Police on Tuesday closed a bar in Katutura after community members petitioned the Katutura Magistrate''s Court for its closure.The court granted approval for...

The 11 million buck question

1 week ago - 21 September 2016 | Local News

Questions have been asked how the Social Security Commission transferred close to N$11 million meant for social development to state coffers, with an apparent view...

One person attends liquor bill session

1 week ago - 21 September 2016 | Local News

Only one Keetmanshoop resident attended a public hearing of the much-talked-about Liquor Amendment Bill in the town’s Tseiblaagte residential area on Monday. That person was...

Oshakati plots nearly ready

1 week ago - 21 September 2016 | Local News

Roughly 807 serviced plots will be ready for allocation at Oshakati following swift progress by the Massive Urban Land Servicing Project. The installation of services...

Water: Windhoek is okay

1 week ago - 20 September 2016 | Local News

The three-dam network serving the cental areas including the Von Bach, Swakoppoort and Omatako dams will run dry by the end of the year but...

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Mayor accused of CEO collusion

1 week ago - 19 September 2016 | Local News

The mayor of Opuwo is being accused of conniving with the town’s CEO to advertise the town’s top position without a full council resolution. Sources...

Oongeleka inadhi hala okukondololwa kepangelo

1 week ago - 19 September 2016 | Local News

Ongundu yoongeleka dhiithikamena dhili 32, odha pula opo dhi pewe epitikilo lyokwiikondolola dho dhene pehala lyokukondololwa kepangelo. Opaliamende yoshilongo oya tula poshitaafula oshitsa momasiku...

Suspended Rehoboth CEO blames witch-hunt

1 week ago - 16 September 2016 | Local News

The CEO of the Rehoboth Town Council, Christoph /Uirab, has blamed his suspension on an alleged witch-hunt by human resources manager Willie Swartz and financial...

Churches reject govt regulation

1 week ago - 16 September 2016 | Local News

A group of 32 independent churches prefer the self-regulation of churches as an appropriate response to the growing number of religious institutions in the country,...

‘Amabutho must die’ - ex-soldiers

1 week ago - 16 September 2016 | Local News

Disillusioned with the South African-inspired Amabutho Royal Defence Agency, former SWATF/Koevoet members at Rundu have decided to join the ongoing campaign of the Namibia War...

Stolen fence causes health hazard

1 week ago - 15 September 2016 | Local News

Thousands of plastic bags and other litter cover the Elyambala area surrounding the unfenced Ongwediva dumpsite, polluting the environment and threatening the lives of people...

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