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Laying the bricks of recovery

19 hours ago | Business

Jo-Maré Duddy – Great reluctance against vaccination amongst workers in the construction sector has urged industry leaders to call for a more aggressive campaign from...

Samherji apologises for Fishrot corruption

19 hours ago | Fishing

STAFF REPORTERWINDHOEKIcelandic seafood giant Samherji yesterday tendered an apology for the company’s role in the multimillion-dollar fishing scandal, dubbed Fishrot, but it maintains that no...

Board compels Namdia CEO to...

19 hours ago | Labour

MATHIAS HAUFIKUWINDHOEKThe Namibia Desert Diamonds’ (Namdia) board of directors has issued the company’s CEO Kennedy Hamutenya with a final written warning and directed him to...

Ovaherero foundation hits back at...

19 hours ago | Cultural

JEMIMA BEUKESWINDHOEKThe Ovaherero Genocide Foundation (OGF) has hit back at the Forum of German-speaking Namibians, which recently rebuked threats that Namibian descendants of German genocide...

Mozambique gas plan on track...

19 hours ago | Economics

Italian energy company Eni on Monday said that an offshore gas project in Mozambique's insurgent-hit north was still on track to start operating in 2022...

Congo, China agree on debt...

19 hours ago | Economics

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday agreed in principle to a restructuring of Congo's vast debts, an issue which was blocking negotiations with the International...

Taking personal responsibility

19 hours ago | Opinion

As a flurry of new Covid-19 cases continues to be revealed, especially in Windhoek, which is now the epicentre of the pandemic in Namibia, divergent...

NBC employees dump Napwu

19 hours ago | Labour

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKThe Namibia Public Workers Union (Napwu) has lost its bargaining power to negotiate on behalf of the Namibia Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) employees.NBC director-general Stanley...

South African pensioners fear vaccination

19 hours ago | Economics

KIM HARRISBERGWhen Esther Dhlamini went to collect her pension in Johannesburg's Soweto township, she was surprised to find a local bishop on hand to calm...

Ohangwena governor denounces vaccine conspiracies

19 hours ago | Health

TUYEIMO HAIDULAOSHAKATIOhangwena regional health director John Hango says Namibians should stop spreading conspiracy theories around the vaccine and has urged that they go out in...

Doctors plead with public to...

19 hours ago | Health

NAMPAWINDHOEKWith an average of 1 000 positive Covid-19 cases recorded daily, overwhelmed health professionals have called on Namibians to assist them by adhering to the...

Ongwediva council to save residents...

19 hours ago | Local News

TUYEIMO HAIDULAONGWEDIVAThe Ongwediva town council has decided to construct stormwater channels for residents of Reception Two and Extension 10 to prevent flooding during the rainy...

World economy back at pre-pandemic...

19 hours ago | Economics

The global economy has surpassed its pre-pandemic peak, data survey firm IHS Markit said Monday, as the recovery accelerates thanks to vaccination and the end...

Farmworkers spent N$85 million in...

19 hours ago | Agriculture

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKIt is estimated that commercial farmworkers spent at least N$85 million in the rural economy last year.The Namibia Agricultural Union (NAU) says it is...

Small-stock farmers can suffer huge...

19 hours ago | Agriculture

STAFF REPORTERWINDHOEKSmall stock production in Namibia faces significant health challenges, mostly associated with parasite infestations, which can result in huge economic losses for farmers. The...

Understanding livestock licks and feed...

19 hours ago | Agriculture

STAFF REPORTERWINDHOEKLivestock farming has become more expensive and one of the costliest factors is livestock feed and lick supplementation.Agribank’s technical advisor for livestock and rangeland,...

Rainfall supports Ivory Coast cocoa

19 hours ago | Business

LOUCOUMANE COULIBALYAbove-average rains last week in Ivory Coast's central cocoa-growing regions will help the development of the last stage of the mid-crop while more downpours...

World Bank, AU join forces...

19 hours ago | Economics

The World Bank and the African Union said on Monday they would work together to accelerate Covid-19 vaccinations for up to 400 million people across...

Covid-19 raises suicide risk

19 hours ago | Health

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEK Suicide prevention is even more important now, after many months of living with the coronavirus pandemic, which has brought about many risk factors...

Covid-19: ReconAfrica donates towards vaccination

19 hours ago | Health

NAMPAWINDHOEKReconAfrica, through its Namibian subsidiary Reconnaissance Energy Namibia, on Monday donated N$15 million to the Office of the Prime Minister towards the government’s Covid-19 vaccination...

18 arrested for crimes against...

19 hours ago | Crime

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKA total of nine wildlife cases were registered from 7 to 13 June, with 18 people that were arrested.According to statistics from the environment...

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