DAR ES SALAAM - Tanzanian president John Magufuli has gifted the national team players with parcels of land as a token for qualifying to the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
THE GOVERNMENT last week diffused a stand-off between the Brave Warriors and the normalisation committee over the payment of bonuses.read more
THE reinstated Namibia Airports Company commercial services manager Toska Sem is once again fighting for her job after she was found guilty on four charges.read more
PRESIDENT Hage Geingob says current African leaders were not extraordinary personalities and have no power to arrest and jail the 'big fish' (prominent people) accused of corruption.read more
THE Government Institutions Pension Fund is suing the South African company, Steinhoff Holdings International, for possible losses of around N$700 million invested in the company since 2014.
THE GOVERNMENT last week diffused a stand-off between the Brave Warriors and the normalisation committee over the payment of bonuses.
THE reinstated Namibia Airports Company commercial services manager Toska Sem is once again fighting for her job after she was found guilty on four charges.
PRESIDENT Hage Geingob says current African leaders were not extraordinary personalities and have no power to arrest and jail the 'big fish' (prominent people) accused of corruption.
THE urban development ministry has spent over N$59 million constructing 2 284 housing units countrywide since 2000 under the Shack Dwellers Federation of Namibia.
A NEWBORN baby girl was found abandoned in the DRC informal settlement at Otjiwarongo on Saturday.
THE company that owns Erindi Game Reserve would consider including terms that would benefit Namibians in the ongoing negotiations to sell the 65 000 hectare private game reserve, lawyer Sisa Namandje has said.
SIX suspected poachers were arrested in Zambezi region after they were found in possession of four elephant tusks, two elephant tails and one zebra skin yesterday.
THE trial of two American nationals accused of murdering a young man in Windhoek in January 2011 is due to resume in the High Court next month.
SOME employees of the National Youth Service said they are concerned about the constant salary delays with the latest announcement that they will not be getting their salaries today as expected due to a technical error.
A SPECIAL grant set up by the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (Nsfaf) will sponsor 28 students living with disabilities.
HIGHER education minister Itah Kandjii-Murangi has advised providers of training to focus on empowering trainees with skills that would elevate their quality of life, strengthen the country's skills capacity as well as maintain a good reputation and integrity of Namibia's education system.
TWENTY-SEVEN Namibian Institute of Mining and Technology (Nimt) senior managers including the executive director Eckhart Mueller have passed a vote of no confidence against the board of trustees.
TOKYO – Japan's prime minister, Shinzo Abe, has said his country would provide quality education and opportunities for resource development to four million women in developing countries by 2020.
PRESIDENT Hage Geingob yesterday hit out at Independence Day critics, saying such people were not around 50 years ago.