front city 21 novemberPrime Minister Hage Geingob has come out strongly against what he termed a culture of targeting women in key leadership positions. In an exclusive interview on Thursday Geingob, who is also the chairperson of the State Owned Enterprises Governing Council (SOEGC), spoke for the first time at length about problems at Air Namibia, TransNamib and Namibia Wildlife Resorts.

front calle 21 NOVWitvlei Meat Abattoir has temporarily closed its doors as it anxiously waits to see whether the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) will reinstate its 50 percent Norwegian beef export quota. 

bus HUAWEI 21 NOVGlobal ICT giant Huawei Technologies plans to expand its operations into the Government and large enterprise market, as well as consumer devices, with a view to increase its business scale in Namibia.

news JERRY  21 NOVA seemingly vindictive Swapo Party politburo member and Minister of Youth, Sport and Culture Jerry Ekandjo appears to be still suffering from the effects of the party’s electoral college held at the end of August.

sports KHAN 21 NOVCONTROVERSIAL former Orlando Pirates coach Ali Akan has come out guns blazing accusing local football administrators of running their clubs like school teams.

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