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Shock rise in SA unemployment

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Economics

The official unemployment rate increased by 0.5% to 27.2% in the second quarter of 2018, up from 26.7% in the first three months of the...

Once bitten, twice shy

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Business

NDAMA NAKASHOLE - Namibian entrepreneurs are generally known for liking luxury. In Namibia, the moment an entrepreneur makes some cash, they end up buying a...

Not the source, but the...

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Economics

Benjamin Franklin reportedly said that there were only two things certain in life: death and taxes. Taxes have been with us for many thousand years...

Court to rule on King...

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Justice

The Oshakati High Court is to decide whether King Immanuel Kauluma Elifas will have to give oral evidence in a matter in which senior Ondonga...

Katutura hospital defends services

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Health

The medical superintendent at the Katutura State Hospital, Dr Fady Ashmawy, has apologised after a public complaint about poor healthcare, including long waiting times, lack...

TransNamib terminates AIJ contract

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Transport

A showdown between TransNamib and AIJ Property Management seems imminent, as the two entities are disagreeing on the status of a lucrative contract in which...

CCF to host goat seminar...

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Agriculture

The Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) will be hosting a goat farming seminar on 7 August. The one-day seminar will emphasise dairy goats, and it will...

Company news in brief

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Business

Samsung Elec's mobile woes drag on profit growthSamsung Electronics Co Ltd posted its slowest quarterly profit growth in more than a year on Tuesday due...

US eyes deals on Sub-Saharan...

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Business

US trade representative Robert Lighthizer (photo) recently said the United States is in the finishing stages of completing a deal to update Northern American Free...

Nam focuses on AfCFTA’s rules...

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Business

NDAMA NAKASHOLE - The senior trade adviser at the Agricultural Trade Forum, Anton Faul, says the Namibian agricultural community stands to benefit from the African...

Training authority tackles claim challenges

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Business

Jo-Mare Duddy – More than 2 800 employers have registered with the Namibia Training Authority (NTA) and more than N1 billion has been collected in...

Taxi union condemns 50% hike

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Transport

The Namibia Public Passenger Transport Association (NPPTA) has called on commuters to report any illegal overcharging and says that despite escalating fuel prices a 50%...

We have failed - Tweya

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Local News

Twenty-eight years after independence the nation has failed to manufacture something as basic as toothpicks, says industrialisation minister Tjekero Tweya. Speaking at the opening of...

Zim economy desperate for election...

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Economics

Fanuel Jongwe – Zimbabwean factory manager Sifelani Jabangwe is a survivor of the Mugabe years, overseeing a company that stayed in business despite hyperinflation, abandonment...

Youth games a stepping stone

3 years ago - 01 August 2018 | Sports

Namibia's 28 medal haul at the just-ended Africa Youth Games in Algeria will be used as stepping stone for the 2022 games. The third Africa...

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