The Namibian (Windhoek)

Leading independent daily published in Windhoek


August 27

August 25

  • Namibia: RCC in Financial Crisis

    THE Roads Contractor Company (RCC) has been plunged into financial turmoil despite getting numerous road construction tenders from its line ministry as a bail-out strategy. Read more »

August 14

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August 06

  • Namibia: Chevrolet Cruze Closing in On the Germans

    The midsize sedan segment is a tough one to crack. BMW 3 Series and Mercedes Benz's C Class are but just two sedans owning this market. Manufacturers either need to dominate the... Read more »

  • Namibia: 20 Narrowly Escape Death

    TWENTY people narrowly escaped death after the Iveco minibus they were travelling in, rammed into a stationary Mazda sedan, 20km from Otjiwarongo on the Okahandja road on Monday... Read more »

  • Namibia: Airnam's A330s Still Use Hosea Kutako

    AIR Namibia is still operating its A330 aircraft from Hosea Kutako International Airport, defying the International Civil Aviation Organisation's (ICAO's) decision to downgrade the... Read more »

August 05

August 04

July 31

July 30

  • Namibia: Top Taxi's On a Roll

    His dedication to exempt his elderly passengers from paying taxi fare as well as driving responsibly on the roads of Windhoek has earned Gottlieb Doëseb this week's Kosmos... Read more »

  • Namibia: Fly High, Fall Hard? [opinion]

    Did I really hear an apparently senior airport safety or ministry official explaining how the fact that the Hosea Kutako airport's lack of fire engines was OK as no planes were on... Read more »

  • Namibia: Airlines Seek Hosea Kutako Landing Permission

    THE Ministry of Works and Transport has urged Air Namibia to report to the Directorate of Civil Aviation on a daily basis to ensure that safety rules regarding the A330-200... Read more »

July 28

  • Namibia: Etosha Transport Closes Shop

    ONE of Namibia's largest transport companies, Etosha Transport, intends closing shop soon but has allayed fears that more than 200 workers will lose their jobs. Read more »

July 25

  • Namibia: Hosea Kutako Open Again

    HOSEA Kutako International Airport is operating again as before. Air Namibia got special permission to land and fly their Airbuss A330 again, four days after the airport was... Read more »

  • Namibia: Hosea Kutako Shutdown

    THE Namibia Airports Company was informed about the lack of fire fighting equipment at the Hosea Kutako International Airport last month, but nothing was done resulting in the... Read more »

July 21

July 18

  • Namibia: Lies and Innuendos At Air Namibia [opinion]

    ALMOST all print media carried full page press releases by Tim Ekandjo as spokesperson of the board of Air Namibia that are nothing but half-truths and innuendos that cannot be... Read more »

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