Transport

Two NAC execs off the hook

1 week ago - 15 March 2019 | Transport

Two executive managers at the Namibia Airports Company (NAC) appear to have been vindicated following the conclusion of disciplinary processes into alleged corruptive practices at the parastatal.This is according to a source who indicated that...

'We are not going to worship Geingob'

1 week ago - 15 March 2019 | Transport

President Hage Geingob has come under heavy fire from taxi boss Werner Januarie after State House cancelled a meeting with Namibian Transport and Taxi Union (NTTU) leaders amid claims that the union had “acted in...

World turns on Boeing

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Transport

Namibia has joined the growing list of countries that have banned Boeing's B737 MAX 8 aircraft from landing at their airports following a crash in Ethiopia on Sunday that claimed 157 lives. By yesterday...

TransNamib property worth N$2.4 billion

1 week ago - 13 March 2019 | Transport

TransNamib says it is has not decided whether any of its assets will be sold. Cabinet last year approved a request by the company to sell its non-core “unencumbered properties” to generate funds for a...

Airline in talks over N$350m debt

1 week ago - 12 March 2019 | Transport

Air Namibia says it is negotiating with Belgian aviation firm Challenge Air SA over the possible payment of over N$350 million for an aircraft it had leased in 1998.The Munich Regional Appeal Court in July...

Taxi drivers want Geingob

1 week ago - 12 March 2019 | Transport

The Namibia Transport and Taxi Union (NTTU) has urged President Hage Geingob to address taxi drivers personally in order to restore their faith in the...

No decision on Chinese financing

1 week ago - 11 March 2019 | Transport

No decision has been made on who will finance the Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA) project, says transport minister John Mutorwa. This contradicts earlier media...

Lengthy suspensions discouraged

1 week ago - 11 March 2019 | Transport

The lengthy suspension of four staff members at the Namibia Airports Company has been criticised by transport minister John Mutorwa.When he announced the appointment of...

Air Namibia unable to escape N$350m storm

2 weeks ago - 08 March 2019 | Transport

Air Namibia's attempts to directly engage Challenge Air SA over a N$350 million debt have suffered another setback, as attempts by their Belgian lawyer to...

Major developments in logistics

2 weeks ago - 08 March 2019 | Transport

Although Namibia's logistics sector grew by 16.1% between 2007 and 2017, major developments are needed if the country is to become a logistics hub for...

Overnight train service to be introduced

2 weeks ago - 05 March 2019 | Transport

ILENI NANDJATO - TransNamib wants to borrow N$2.5 billion in order to successfully implement its five-year strategic business plan, which is aimed at making the...

Paradise for potholes

3 weeks ago - 25 February 2019 | Transport

The Katima Mulilo town council has promised to rehabilitate a number of severely damaged roads at the town, but cannot say when this will happen.This...

Transport

Pilots turn on MD

4 weeks ago - 22 February 2019 | Transport

Air Namibia pilots are questioning acting MD Mandi Samson's ability to run the airline amid an ongoing threat that planes will be impounded in Europe...

We'll ground you

1 month - 12 February 2019 | Transport

Belgian aviation firm Challenge Air SA's local representative, Wilhelm Shali, says Air Namibia's German bank accounts will continue to lose money until it complies with...

It was a circus -...

1 month - 08 February 2019 | Transport

After barely limping along for years, TransNamib is being shaken, in order for it to live up to its mandate as one of the most...

Green light for railway rehab

1 month - 07 February 2019 | Transport

ILENI NANDJATO TransNamib has received the go ahead from the works and transport ministry to rehabilitate the Tsumeb-Oshikango...

Govt orders Air Namibia to...

1 month - 30 January 2019 | Transport

Air Namibia has been instructed by government to seek an amicable solution with liquidated Belgian firm Challenge Air SA, so that the national carrier's assets...

New lease of life for...

1 month - 28 January 2019 | Transport

The Trans-Kalahari railway line project has been given a new lease of life after TransNamib and Botswana Railways signed a new agreement.The publication Construction Review...

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