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COMPANY NEWS IN BRIEF

1 day - 04 August 2021 | Business

BMW raises 2021 profit forecastBMW raised its profit forecast for 2021 after strong quarterly results, but warned that the global semiconductor chip shortage and rising...

IPC has achieved a lot...

1 day - 04 August 2021 | Politics

NAMPAWINDHOEKThe Independent Patriots for Change (IPC) has achieved a lot since its establishment last year, but much still needs to be done, party president Dr...

SPYL thanks govt for study...

1 day - 04 August 2021 | Youth

WETUMWENE SHIKAGEWINDHOEKThe Swapo Party Youth League (SPYL) has lauded the government for the latest disbursement of study loans by the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund...

Ericah Shafudah: A rare breed...

1 day - 04 August 2021 | Opinion

TONATENI SHIDHUDHULast Friday, the ministry of finance bade farewell to one of the country’s strongest and most influential administrators since independence, Ericah Shafudah, executive director...

Warholm destroys world record

1 day - 04 August 2021 | Sports

NAMPA / REUTERSA world record had been predicted but Norway's Karsten Warholm had to utterly destroy it to hold off American Rai Benjamin and take...

'Scared' Hassan wins Olympic 5...

1 day - 04 August 2021 | Sports

NAMPA / AFPDutch runner Sifan Hassan took a first, giant step in her bid for an unprecedented Olympic treble when she sprinted to gold in...

Ko backs Biles

1 day - 04 August 2021 | Sports

NAMPA / AFPNew Zealand's world number 11 Lydia Ko knows all about having the pressure of the spotlight on her from a young age as...

Seidler optimistic ahead of competition

1 day - 04 August 2021 | Sports

LIMBA MUPETAMIWINDHOEKNamibian open-water swimmer Phillip Seidler says he is acclimatising well in Tokyo ahead of his race.The 23-year-old swimmer will compete in the Olympic 10...

Johannes, Thomas to face Japan’s...

1 day - 04 August 2021 | Sports

LIMBA MUPETAMIWINDHOEKThe coach of Namibia's top female and male long-distance runners, Robert Kaxuxuena, says the two athletes, Helalia Johannes and Rainold Thomas, are feeling very...

Rail cargo transportation slipped into...

2 days ago - 03 August 2021 | Economics

PHILLEPUS UUSIKU During June 2021, Namibia transported 975 708 tonnes of cargo through rail, road, air and sea, compared to 810 940 tonnes and 779...

Govt pays N$100m for Swakop...

2 days ago - 03 August 2021 | Local News

OGONE TLHAGE WINDHOEKCabinet has approved a N$100 million purchase of the foreign-owned stake in...

Govt spin doctors in PR...

2 days ago - 03 August 2021 | Government

MATHIAS HAUFIKU WINDHOEKGovernment spokespersons are silently opposing Cabinet’s decision to reverse a 2020 resolution that compelled all ministries to adopt an identical...

New details emerge on geologist...

2 days ago - 03 August 2021 | Local News

TUYEIMO HAIDULA OSHAKATI A woman who police said committed suicide by setting herself alight in her shack and died on the...

Living on the sweet side

2 days ago - 03 August 2021 | Youth

Mariselle StofbergWith just a few ingredients, heaps of imagination and a touch of elegance, 15-year-old Ndapanda Shiyagaya is able to bake and create sweet masterpieces...

Ethiopian Airlines denies shipping arms

2 days ago - 03 August 2021 | Business

Ethiopian Airlines, the largest carrier in Africa, on Sunday denied it was transporting weapons and soldiers to the war-torn Tigray region.Calls to boycott the state-owned...

EDITORIAL: The true meaning of...

2 days ago - 03 August 2021 | Opinion

Before every election in southern Africa - and often intermittently during public holidays - we are reminded of the blood that waters our freedom, and...

Over 70 000 Namibians await...

2 days ago - 03 August 2021 | Health

JEMIMA BEUKES WINDHOEKGovernment is scratching its head in the face of a vaccine...

The education sector mourns

2 days ago - 03 August 2021 | Education

Enzo Amuele Foibe Louise Namene was a trained lawyer and a PhD candidate at the University of Namibia. She served the Namibian electricity utility, NamPower,...

This year’s Olympic Games in...

2 days ago - 03 August 2021 | Sports

Nadine WillemseThe Olympics have certainly been interesting with a lot of new sports added, like surfboarding, skating and karate, and together with all the other...

Walvis: Empty houses, erven to...

2 days ago - 03 August 2021 | Local News

LEANDREA LOUW WALVIS BAY The Walvis Bay council will sell its available erven in...

I need a public apology...

2 days ago - 03 August 2021 | Local News

Elizabeth Joseph KEETMANSHOOPKeetmanshoop municipality CEO Desmond Basson resumes work today after three months of administrative leave following allegations of corruption and...

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