Daily Archives: January 26, 2017

Leading Nigerian Government Transparency Organization, BudgIT, Secures New $1.5 Million Grant from Omidyar Network

REDWOOD CITY, California, Jan. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Omidyar Network announced today it is renewing and expanding its investment in the Lagos-based government transparency organization¬†BudgIT. The new up …

Ambassador-designate hails China-Namibia relations

Windhoek-The new Chinese ambassador-designate to Namibia says the relationship between Namibia and China would feature in history books as an important factor in international relations.

Ambassador Qiu Xuejun, who is …

FNB available at NUST and UNAM registration

Windhoek-FNB Namibia has confirmed that they will be available at NUST and UNAM during registration and orientation to offer students account openings of student loans while also educating them about …

Nyae Nyae community combats veld fire

Windhoek-Due to the lack of rain over the last few years which has exacerbated the dryness of rangelands, the Nyae Nyae Conservancy has been battling with veld fires that destroy …

Ondangwa to spend N$270 million on infrastructure

Ongwediva-Ondangwa Town Council will spend more than N$270 million to implement its five-year strategic plan that will include the upgrading of infrastructure such as roads and sewerage systems.

In the …

Skorpion Zinc says outsourcing necessary to extend life of mine

Windhoek-The owner of the Scorpion Zinc Mine in the //Karas Region, Vedanta Zinc International, says it has officially notified the relevant stakeholder of its intention to restructure the mine and …

Bank Windhoek responds to unfair recruitment claims

Windhoek-Bank Windhoek yesterday responded to an angry job applicant accusing the financial institution of tribalism and unfair recruitment practices by clarifying that 1300 applications were received for a particular vacancy …

NC urged to consult widely on PPP Bill

Ongwediva-The National Council Select Committee on public hearings on the Public Private Partnership Bill has been urged to consult the public widely and thoroughly before the house of review passes …