Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Ithete urges Procurement Board to shake off ghosts

Finance Deputy Minister Natangwe Ithete has urged the Central Procurement Board of Namibia to free itself from the “unethical or untrustworthy”...

Cabinet approves revised NEEEF Bill

Cabinet has approved in principle the long-awaited National Equitable Economic Empowerment Policy Framework (NEEEF) and its Draft Bill. 

Invest in water security NOW! – Agribank chief

Given the prospects of better showers for the 2019/20 rainfall season, the chief executive officer of Agribank Namibia Sakaria Nghikembua, says...

Concerned youth crafts employment workshop at Usakos

Meet Kensly Xoagus, a final year intern social worker at the Ministry of Sports, Youth and National Services , based at...

ICT vital for economic growth – MTC tells Africa

Namibia’s leading communications and network solutions provider MTC believes that information and communication technology (ICT) is a vital enabler for economic...

Youth ministry delivers on Harambee promises

The Minister of Sport, Youth and National Services, Erastus Uutoni says the launch of a rural youth enterprises’ credit scheme on...

Customs stands ground on Chinese, Asian imports

The Ministry of Finance has announced that it will continue to cease and detain suspicious imported goods, including those from China...

Outjo plans market days

The town of Outjo in the Kunene Region is set host a series of open market days for its residents and those from...

SMEs navigating economic crunch

While the volatility of the global economic recession continues to squeeze Namibian companies resulting in more retrenchments and cost-cutting measures, local...

More OVCs to benefit from Standard Bank’s N$600k

In its latest commitment towards the education of orphaned and vulnerable school girls, Standard Namibia recently donated a cheque of over...

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