Monthly Archives: May 2017

Unam threatens to suspend SRCs

The University of Namibia (Unam) has laid a charge of malicious damage to property against three of its Student Representative Council (SRC) leaders for their alleged involvement in an attempted …

Junior councillors dismissive of Marriage Act

The youth parliament has last week dismissed the Marriages Act that allows teenagers at the age of 18 to marry with ministerial approval. A clause in the Marriages Act (Act …

GIPF invests in CRM software to enhance customer service

The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) has invested in Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software and solutions that is expected to greatly enhance the institution's customer service experience. The new software, …

GIPF asset value nearing N$100 billion mark

As at end of March 2017 the Government Institutions Pension Fund's (GIPF) total asset value stood at N$99.5 billion and is expected to announce within the coming months that it …

Sanlam and InfraSec launch new Africa infrastructure fund

With untapped growth potential and positive demographics, Africa has long been considered an appealing investment destination.

In particular, the demand for sustainable infrastructure development has received increasing attention in recent …

Do we have the dogs to hunt for NDP5?

In his 1980 offing, 'Tyranny of the Status Quo', Nobel Laureate Milton Friedman argues that leaders who reformed their countries in the first three months of their mandates had a …

Sternagel claims silver at regional race

Namibian rider Mark Sternagel claimed overall second place at the Zone Seven (7) Regional/Club MX Race in Cape Town, South Africa, on Saturday.

This competition provides Namibian sportsmen the necessary …

MTB biking race promises fireworks

This year's edition of the FNB Otjihavera Experience MTB two-day marathon backed by Land Rover was launched at the FNB Head Office in Windhoek, recently.

The 12th edition of the …