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2010

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Uranium: Nam remains under top...

9 hours ago | Business

According to the World Nuclear Association, Namibia was the fourth biggest uranium producer globally last year.The country held the same spot in 2016.Last year’s top...

Uranium: Nam remains under top...

9 hours ago | Business

According to the World Nuclear Association, Namibia was the fourth biggest uranium producer globally last year.The country held the same spot in 2016.Last year’s top...

Telecom to cut outstanding accounts

12 hours ago | Local News

Telecom Namibia will on Sunday cut off all of its customers who are in arrears. The company made the announcement in a statement yesterday late...

Koch guilty of sexual exploitation

22 hours ago | Justice

Despite a sloppy police investigation and wildly inconsistent witness statements, High Court Judge President Petrus Damaseb found there was sufficient proof to convict Bertus Koch...

Hepatitis E hits Ondangwa

22 hours ago | Health

The town council of Ondangwa is moving all street vendors to the town's open markets in its fight against a hepatitis E outbreak.The health ministry...

Where govt waivered

22 hours ago | Agriculture

Over the past 25 years the government declined to purchase five million hectares of agricultural land offered to it by the private sector.During that time...

Tough luck for you

22 hours ago | Fishing

Fisheries minister Bernhardt Esau says government will no longer tolerate the selling off of fishing quotas, so people can make a quick buck.He made these...

Honesty is best for Swapo...

22 hours ago | Columns

As in South Africa, where the ruling ANC has been called out on its land reform failures, Swapo potentially faces a similar grilling at the...

Africa in brief

22 hours ago | Economics

Angolan Nov oil exports may fallAngola will export less crude oil in November than in October, based on a preliminary loading schedule on Monday that...

Nurses suspended for gate birth

22 hours ago | Health

The health ministry has suspended two nurses at the Okuryangava clinic in Windhoek after a woman gave birth at the gate of the facility in...

Agribank, hunting farm battle over...

22 hours ago | Justice

Agribank and a prominent hunting farm are at legal loggerheads over millions of dollars.In papers before the court, Agribank is claiming over N$34 million, while...

Land conference in jeopardy

22 hours ago | Agriculture

The absence of the master resettlement list and the government's seeming reluctance to address ancestral land claims have thrown a spanner in the works of...

Vivo finalises Engen acquisition deal

22 hours ago | Business

Vivo Energy has gotten the official nod to add to its operations over 200 Engen-branded service stations in 9 Sub-Saharan countries.In a joint statement yesterday,...

Economic prospects remain gloomy

22 hours ago | Business

Staff reporter – The leading indicator of the IJG Business Climate Monitor spent its 22nd consecutive month below the 50-point mark in July, an indication...

Beef quality declines

22 hours ago | Agriculture

There was an overall drop in the quality of beef offered to Meatco during the first half of this year. Statistics for the period February...

Youth missing in agriculture

22 hours ago | Agriculture

Although between 60 to 70% of Namibians are under the age of 35, the country's agriculture sector predominantly relies on the old and infirm, as...

Company news in brief

22 hours ago | Business

Naspers plans to spin off, list pay-TV unitSouth Africa's Naspers unveiled plans on Monday to spin off and list separately its pay-TV unit, its first...

HPV remains a silent killer

22 hours ago | Health

The health ministry plans to introduce a new human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination campaign next year, in a bid to ensure all girls between 9 and...

Geingob to address UN

22 hours ago | Government

President Hage Geingob will attend the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly, where he will deliver a speech next week.Geingob left the country...

TransNamib to get new board

22 hours ago | Transport

The Ministry of Works and Transport has announced that it is looking for new board members for TransNamib.The current board's term will end on 3...

Jaguar launches EV charging network...

22 hours ago | Motors

MOTORPRESS Jaguar, in partnership with electric vehicle charging authority GridCars, has laid the foundation for the future of electric...

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