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Nored engages Headway to improve...

22nd of June 00:00 | Economics

STAFF REPORTERNored Electricity (Nored) engaged Headway Consulting to ensure a consistently high standard of service delivery for its customers. Being an electricity provider is fraught...

Ship-buying spree in the Bahamas...

22nd of June 00:00 | Economics

NDAMA NAKASHOLEOne of the most interesting statistics was unusually high import volumes from the Bahamas, an archipelago of about 700 tropical islands that is mainly...

Bank Windhoek finances Bel Esprit

22nd of June 00:00 | Economics

Bank Windhoek Corporate and Institutional Banking is proud to have financed of the newly built Bel Esprit Mental Health Clinic, a 69-bed mental healthcare facility...

Totem

22nd of June 00:00 | Economics

Quote of the day“South African maize farmers are expected to harvest in ‘full swing’ the next couple of weeks,” - Warren Langridge, Grain Option Market...

Skyrocketing World Cup prices hit...

22nd of June 00:00 | Health

About 200 medical students who were sponsored by the ministry of health to go and study in Russia claim the ministry is neglecting them, while...

NIP rot exposed

22nd of June 00:00 | Local News

Irregular activities at the Namibia Institute of Pathology (NIP) are being laid bare in a series of document leaks, which include details of lavish expenditure,...

Katrina reads riot act to...

22nd of June 00:00 | Education

Education minister Katrina Hanse-Himarwa has rebuked school principals for expecting rewards for poor performance, saying some of them act like “very important persons (VIPs)”, while...

I am fine – Endjala

22nd of June 00:00 | Government

Omusati governor Erginus Endjala has played down his fainting spell yesterday morning while delivering his State of the Region Address at Outapi. Endjala, 49,...

Phosphate could leave thousands jobless

22nd of June 00:00 | Environment

Labour expert Herbert Jauch has waded into the phosphate debate, saying that the hundreds of jobs that could be created by this type of mining...

Coca-Cola Zim buckles under pressure...

22nd of June 00:00 | Economics

The Coca-Cola Company and Schweppes Zimbabwe Limited have bowed down to public pressure and has announced the re-introduction of popular cordial drinks that had their...

Bringing change everyday

22nd of June 00:00 | People

Gabby TjirozeEach long-serving Metropolitan employee has a story to tell about being at the company for more than 20 years. Metropolitan has been a major...

MPs wary of Chinese gifts

22nd of June 00:00 | Government

Some parliamentarians who have received Huawei MediaPad M3 Lite tablets as gifts from the Chinese Huawei company are concerned that the devices might compromise their...

Rainy season ends on high...

22nd of June 00:00 | Agriculture

The 2017/18 rainy season ended on a high note with most northern regions and areas surrounding Windhoek, farm Monica in the Omaheke Region, Gibeon and...

Tiger Brands may not find...

22nd of June 00:00 | Economics

Tiger Brands may never know how a strain of bacteria linked by the government to the world’s deadliest outbreak of listeriosis entered its factory.Africa’s largest...

S&P doesn't see downside risks...

22nd of June 00:00 | Economics

S&P Global Ratings does not see downside risks to South Africa’s sovereign credit rating, its Africa regional manager said on Wednesday.“A stable outlook at this...

SA's maize output estimate expected...

22nd of June 00:00 | Economics

The government’s Crop Estimates Committee (CEC), which will provide its fifth 2018 production forecast crop next Wednesday, is expected lift its estimate 0.6 percent from...

Lithon lives its vision

22nd of June 00:00 | People

Elizabeth Joseph Lithon Project Consultants (Pty) Ltd is a multidisciplinary consulting engineering firm that provides specialised project management, consulting engineering and mining consultancy services to...

SPCA CEO resigns amid hullabaloo

22nd of June 00:00 | Local News

A furore on social media about the salary paid to the CEO of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) led to...

Accusations fly over abandoned project

22nd of June 00:00 | Youth

Ohangwena youth are accusing National Youth Council (NYC) regional coordinator Olivia Valungameka of being responsible for the failure and abandonment of an irrigation project at...

Five signs you are ready...

22nd of June 00:00 | People

Fortunately, there are a few other tell-tale signs you can keep your eye out for that will help you figure out whether or not you’re...

Rise of the Namibian Entrepreneur

22nd of June 00:00 | Columns

In the midst of the economic gloom facing Namibia there is a silver lining beginning to appear. Namibians are finally getting the message, that...

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