July 28

  • Namibia: Terminated RA Contracts Are Worth Millions

    New Era

    The three small and medium enterprise (SME) development contracts terminated by the Roads Authority (RA) last week for the blading of roads within the Mariental area were worth... Read more »

  • Namibia: Seaflower Donates Dinghies to Okatjali

    New Era

    Last week on Thursday Seaflower White Fish Company, donated 5 small dinghy boats with a capacity for ten people to the councillor of Okatjali Constituency in Oshana Region. This... Read more »

  • Namibia: Workers Call for NDC Board Removal

    Namibian

    THE Namibia Farm Workers Union (Nafwu) has called on government to remove the Namibia Development Corporation (NDC) board members with immediate effect for failing to address the... Read more »

  • Namibia: Swanu Criticises Constitutional Amendments

    New Era

    SWANU has questioned the timing of the planned constitutional amendments saying the urgency with which the amendments are being made is suspicious and therefore cannot be... Read more »

  • Namibia: Bringing Culture Back Into Business - an Interview With NCCI Swakopmund's Chairman Heinrich Hafen [interview]

    Namibian

    HEINRICH Hafeni, at 32, is the youngest known entrepreneur to lead the Swakopmund branch of the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI), and besides his own vision in... Read more »

  • Namibia: New Centre Platform for Gemstone

    Namibian

    AN estimated number of between 5 000 and 9 000 people are either working or directly involved in Namibia's small scale and artisan mining sector. Read more »

  • Namibia: State Takes Millions Found in Chinese Shop

    Namibian

    MOST of the N$3 million that police officers found in a box in a Chinese-owned shop in Windhoek during a search for counterfeit goods in June last year will become State property. Read more »

  • Namibia: Cheap Adjustable Glasses Launched

    Namibian

    CLEAR vision is a basic requirement for most tasks in life. Both education and work become near impossible without being able to see properly. Yet globally, an estimated 285... Read more »

  • South Africa: Windhoek Is 34,73 Percent More Expensive Than Cape Town

    Namibian

    WINDHOEK is 34,73% more expensive than Cape Town, according to a Cost of Living Index 2014 released by Numbeo, a database on living conditions around the world. Read more »

  • Namibia: Namdeb Workers Vote for Strike

    Namibian

    NINETY-FIVE Namdeb workers voted in favour of a strike over a pay dispute last Wednesday. Read more »

  • Namibia: Pohamba Angry With Councillor

    Namibian

    PRESIDENT Hifikepunye Pohamba chased the acting Oshikango constituency councillor, Phillip Namundjebo, from a rally he was addressing at Ohangwena on Saturday over broken water... Read more »

  • Namibia: BDF Detains 70 Namibian Fishermen

    New Era

    A youth activist in the Zambezi Region, Charles Siyauya, has accused the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) of illegally entering Namibia and "abducting" about 70 Namibian fishermen. Read more »

  • Namibia: Frans Mushimba Arrested Over Tender

    Namibian

    THE Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), last week, arrested two people - one of them businessman Aaron Mushimba's son and a Ministry of Finance employee in unrelated cases in... Read more »

  • Namibia: Boost for Katutura Expo

    New Era

    For the fourth consecutive year and with the aim to boost small and medium enterprises (SMEs), Standard Bank Namibia is supporting the Katutura Expo with a sponsorship of N$20 000.... Read more »

  • Namibia: African Stars Suspended From League for Two Full Football Seasons

    New Era

    Katutura football glamour team, African Stars was on Friday expelled from the country's flagship league, the MTC Namibia Premier League (NPL), for two full football seasons and... Read more »

  • Namibia: 'Art in Unity' At Woermannhaus Art Gallery in Swakopmund

    Namibian

    An energetic, skilful team of artistic young women and men will fill the space at the Woermannhaus Art Gallery with their captivating and diverse works of art. Read more »

  • Namibia: Kaaronda Fends Off Unam Libel Claim

    Namibian

    TRADE union leader Evilastus Kaaronda has successfully defended a defamation case in which four top managers of the University of Namibia were suing him for N$1 million. Read more »

  • Namibia: Etosha Transport Closes Shop

    Namibian

    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 »

  • Namibia: Walvis Plans to Build 40 000 Houses

    New Era

    Walvis Bay plans to lay the foundations for 30 000 plots to construct 40 000 new houses by the year 2030, the same year Namibia aims to have become prosperous and industrialised. Read more »

  • Namibia: SLR Consulting Extends Service

    Namibian

    GLOBAL environmental group, SLR Consulting, which has offices in Swakopmund and Windhoek, has acquired CCA Environmental, a South African specialist consultancy firm. Read more »

  • Namibia: HH, Nehova Bury Hatchet

    Namibian

    THE Rally for Democracy and Progress appears to have decided to do away with internal divisions which threatened to destroy the country's main opposition party ahead of the... Read more »

  • Namibia: Benson Wins Bronze in Glasgow

    Namibian

    Johanna Benson won Namibia's first medal at the Commonwealth Games when she came third in the Para-sport Long Jump in Glasgow on Sunday afternoon. Read more »



July 27

  • Namibia: Suburbs Hammer Polytech

    Namibian

    Polytech were no match for Western Suburbs in their Rugby Premier League match on Saturday, as the defending champions cantered to a 79-0 victory. Read more »

  • Namibia: Naidjala Too Sharp for Hilongwa

    Namibian

    Immanuel Naidjala retained his WBO Africa bantamweight title with a unanimous points decision over Joseph Hilongwa at a packed Windhoek Country Club in the early hours of Sunday... Read more »



July 26

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