Storm Over Board Changes at Namibia State Telecoms Firm

In a shocking development, Namibia's cash-rich communications parastatal MTC has ended up with board members who did not go through a strenuous vetting exercise, but who were given the green light in December 2019 by Cabinet after alleged gross manipulation. The Public Enterprises Minister Leon Jooste says the adjustment was made because Cabinet wanted gender balance.

  • Namibia:   Storm Over Board Changes at State Telecoms Firm

    Namibian, 7 January 2020

    A recruitment exercise that cost between N$1 million and N$3 million was ignored by NPTH, which appointed unvetted board members for the cash-rich communications parastatal MTC. Read more »

  • Namibia:   Storm Over MTC Board Choices

    Namibian, 7 January 2020

    A recruitment exercise that cost between N$1 million and N$3 million was ignored by NPTH, which appointed unvetted board members for the cash-rich communications parastatal MTC. Read more »

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