Government

New RCC rescue plan confirmed

4 days ago - 21 September 2018 | Government

Following the cancellation of an initial rescue plan, which would have seen the embattled Roads Contractor Company (RCC) receiving N$580 million in financing from a Chinese firm, a new plan is being hatched to save...

161 govt vehicles unaccounted for

4 days ago - 21 September 2018 | Government

The department of transport within the ministry of works cannot account for 161 vehicles with a value of N$59 million.The anomaly was uncovered when the office of the auditor-general recently presented the findings to the...

Nghipondoka's Tribesmen hits back at NSFAF

5 days ago - 20 September 2018 | Government

Tribesman Investment, which together with South African-based New Integrated Credit Solutions (NICS) has been lambasted by the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) for recovering a measly N$6.8 million, while being paid about N$14.7 million...

Gun law to be amended

5 days ago - 20 September 2018 | Government

More than 100 armed robberies were reported to the Namibian police between May and July this year, in line with nearly the same number of gun-related robberies committed in the same three-month periods in 2016...

Venaani's Tipeeg criticism unfounded – Schlettwein

5 days ago - 20 September 2018 | Government

Finance minister Calle Schlettwein has come out in defence of the government's Targeted Intervention Programme for Employment and Economic Growth (Tipeeg) initiative.Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) leader McHenry Venaani said last week the programme had failed...

Geingob to address UN

6 days ago - 19 September 2018 | 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...

Procurement law in trouble

1 week ago - 14 September 2018 | Government

Sweeping non-compliance and apparent zero repercussions for defying some of the provisions of the Public Procurement Act are threatening its power to ensure transparent use...

City rehabilitates roads

1 week ago - 13 September 2018 | Government

The City of Windhoek has signed a contract that will see more than 32 kilometres of its most in need roads being repaired in the...

Taku longithwa pambambo omakwatathano gopamalungula mopaliamende

1 week ago - 13 September 2018 | Government

Mboka okwa popiwa kutya otaya longitha nayi omalungula pakuya komapandja gawo goFacebook oshowo okukala taya tala uuvidio koYouTube.Uuyelele mboka owa holoka sha landula sho omukomeho...

Geingob off to Ghana

1 week ago - 12 September 2018 | Government

President Hage Geingob will fly out of the country this afternoon to attend the state funeral of former UN secretary-general Kofi Annan, who died on...

MPs face Facebook crackdown

1 week ago - 12 September 2018 | Government

MPs and parliamentary staff have been rapped over the knuckles for abusing bandwidth to surf Facebook and watch YouTube videos.They also stand accused of using...

We must trust China - Geingob

2 weeks ago - 11 September 2018 | Government

President Hage Geingob has once again vehemently defended Namibia's dealings with China, saying the Asian giant must be trusted and should not be judged.Addressing journalists...

Government

Juniors tackle issues of the...

3 weeks ago - 31 August 2018 | Government

The 42 members of Namibia's first Junior National Council convened this week in Windhoek to discuss a range of topics affecting the country's youth.The National...

NWR board probes N$3.5m S&T...

3 weeks ago - 29 August 2018 | Government

JEMIMA BEUKES The Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) board has been tasked to look into a raft of allegations made by anonymous staff members against the...

Swapo MPs mum during question...

1 month - 16 August 2018 | Government

JANA-MARI SMITH Only one Swapo MP asked questions last year during National Assembly question-and-answer sessions (Q&As).An overview, which forms of a study by the Institute...

Wrong moves on land could...

1 month - 03 August 2018 | Government

President Hage Geingob says the country's burning land question should be dealt with in a responsible manner, in order to avoid devastating consequences that...

Empowerment bill to be...

1 month - 02 August 2018 | Government

The Office of the Prime Minister says it intends to table the New Equitable Economic Empowerment Bill in the National Assembly before the end of...

Geingob has last say...

1 month - 30 July 2018 | Government

The international relations ministry has confirmed that President Hage Geingob and not it has the final say when it comes to ambassador postings. This follows...

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