Government

Gangster's paradise

2 days ago - 18 April 2019 | Government

President Hage Geingob has revealed that 329 red-flagged financial transactions, involving N$9.2 billion, have been referred by the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) for further investigation by the country's law-enforcement agencies.The head of state, who delivered...

Kanime, Kahimise push for end of drama

5 days ago - 15 April 2019 | Government

The game of thrones continues at the City of Windhoek after CEO Robert Kahimise put the ball back into the court of the City Council to decide the way forward for both his future at...

MPs under fire

5 days ago - 15 April 2019 | Government

Members of Parliament (MPs) who are late for work, read newspapers, fiddle on their mobile phones throughout sittings and desert their duties halfway through sessions are reducing the House to a laughing stock. This is...

Aanapaliamende taya shekitha Omutumba gwoPashigwana

5 days ago - 15 April 2019 | Government

NAMPAIilyo yOmutumba gwoPashigwana mbyoka tayi yi kiilonga ya lata, taya lesha iifo nokukala ya tala moongodhi dhawo pethimbo lyiilonga otaya ningitha egumbo lyoompango oshiyolithi.Ndumba Kamwanyah okwa popi kutya onkalo yaanapaliamende taya ningi owala...

N$1m elevator installed at govt property housing...

1 week ago - 12 April 2019 | Government

The presidency has revealed that a N$1 million elevator has been illegally installed at a government guesthouse, which is under the care of the Office of the Prime Minister. “The scheme was uncovered after...

Rent-a-darkie must fall – Nekundi

1 week ago - 12 April 2019 | Government

Swapo member of parliament Veikko Nekundi says white-owned South African companies do not appreciate the conducive environment the Namibian government provides and still push white...

National budget worries Swanu

1 week ago - 12 April 2019 | Government

Swanu has received the national budget tabled last week with mixed feelings saying there are undoubtedly good intentions but the party believes that there is...

Grootfontein finance executive’s suspension lifted

1 week ago - 11 April 2019 | Government

The Grootfontein municipality has lifted the suspension of its finance executive Ileni Hainghumbi following a council meeting today. Hainghumbi, who claimed that there was a...

Kanime threatens court action

1 week ago - 11 April 2019 | Government

Suspended City Police chief Abraham Kanime has accused the City of Windhoek of unfairly dragging out his disciplinary process and delaying his reinstatement for no...

Rehoboth drowns in debt

1 week ago - 10 April 2019 | Government

The floundering Rehoboth town council needs an urgent lifeline, as it is drowning in debt of about N$120 million owed to NamPower and NamWater while...

MPs abandon National Assembly after tea

1 week ago - 10 April 2019 | Government

There is a growing trend in the National Assembly of parliamentarians reporting for duty as expected but leaving halfway through the session. This often...

Govt 'lacked political will' to deal with Psemas abuse

1 week ago - 09 April 2019 | Government

An expert within the medical aid fraternity says government has long been aware about fraudulent activities related to the Public Service Workers Medical Aid Scheme...

Government

Aanapaliamende taya ka holola natango...

1 week ago - 09 April 2019 | Government

Omupopi moNational Assembly, Professa Peter Katjavivi okwa popi kutya aanapaliamende otaya dhimbulukithwa ishewe kutya ethimbo lyokuholola polweela omaliko gawo momumvo gwoshimaliwa nguka olya thikana.Shoka otashi...

AR on warpath over...

1 week ago - 08 April 2019 | Government

ELLANIE SMIT The Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement is set to drag the City of Windhoek to court over a reportedly N$10 million tender that will...

MPs to declare assets again

1 week ago - 08 April 2019 | Government

National Assembly speaker Professor Peter Katjavivi says parliamentarians will once again be reminded to update and submit their asset registers for the current calendar year.This...

Geingob heading to Portugal...

2 weeks ago - 04 April 2019 | Government

President Hage Geingob will leave for Portugal this weekend to attend the Horasis Global Meeting scheduled between 6-9 April in the coastal resort town of...

Geingob hits back at detractors

2 weeks ago - 01 April 2019 | Government

STAFF REPORTER The presidency last week claimed that a third force consisting of so-called “loyalists and sycophants” is...

MPs must talk about abortion

3 weeks ago - 26 March 2019 | Government

National Council chairperson Margaret Mensah-Williams has urged Namibian politicians and lawmakers to defend the rights of all citizens, including the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and...

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