Daily Archives: November 2, 2015

Sono advises footballers to invest wisely… refrain from lavish lifestyles or die a pauper

Windhoek: South African football legend, Jomo Sono, has advised footballers to refrain from spending their hard-earned money on unproductive assets and lavish lifestyles, and to rather focus on investing their money in profitable possessions, such as property. Touching on a

Tigers overcome United to boost title aspirations

Windhoek: Tigers mentor Brian Isaacs is convinced his charges have the required mental and physical stamina to keep up with the pressure at the top of the MTC Premiership League, this is after yesterday’s 3-2 victory over United Stars at

The importance of spatial data

We at the Namibia Statistics Agency produce various types of data, or statistics. The most common data or statistics we produce is economic and demographic information. Economic data mostly includes information on inflation, economic growth and trade statistics. Inflation provides

EBank records 40 000 personal accounts

Windhoek: EBank celebrated its first year anniversary on November 1, after showing impressive growth in its first year, having recorded a client base of 40 000 personal accounts. A fundamental trait of EBank’s rising success was its introduction of retail

Petrol down by 20 cents a litre on Wednesday

Windhoek: The Ministry of Mines and Energy has announced a decrease of 20 cents a litre in the price for Unleaded Petrol 95 (ULP 95) as of 00h01 on Wednesday, November 4. The ministry noted that although the National Energy

Chairperson Swapo national leaders appeals to Swapo members to remain united for party’s progress and prosperity

The chairperson of Swapo national leaders assigned to the Ohangwena Region, Erkki Nghimtina has appealed to all Swapo members to remain united for the party’s progress and prosperity. Nghimtina, who is also Minister of Labor, Industrial Relations and Employment Creation,

CoW to set up a policy to assist vulnerable communities

WINDHOEK: Windhoek Councilors have directed the City of Windhoek (CoW) management team to come up with a clear policy that stipulate who should benefit from their Mayoral Outreach Program (MOP). Speaking during the monthly council meeting here on Thursday, CoW

Ondangwa Airport closure postponed

WINDHOEK: The Namibia Airports Company (NAC) will continue with its plan to close the Ondangwa Airport runway, but now from 20 December until 29 January 2016. The closure of the airport to finish the N.dollars 208 million rehabilitation project was