Daily Archives: April 12, 2018

NAMIBIAN CENTRAL BANK, CONCERNED OVER LOW LEVEL OF RESERVES, KEEPS KEY RATE UNCHANGED

WINDHOEK-- The Bank of Namibia (BoN) has announced that it is keeping its benchmark repo rate unchanged at 6.75 per cent, saying it is concerned at the low level of …

FIRST MADE-IN-NAMIBIA VEHICLES TO ROLL OFF ASSEMBLY LINE THIS NOVEMBER

WINDHOEK-- The first vehicles to be assembled in Namibia are expected to roll off the Walvis Bay automotive assembling line by November this year, President Hage Geingob said in his …

PRESIDENT GEINGOB: LAND REMAINS FRUSTRATING, COMPLEX, EMOTIVE ISSUE FOR NAMIBIA

WINDHOEK-- The question of land remains a frustrating, complex and emotive issue for Namibia matter as the "willing buyer, willing seller" principle adopted by Government after independence has failed to …

Renewable energy project launched at Muyako

The renewable energy for climate change mitigation project aimed at improving the livelihoods of rural households in the north-east of the country was officially launched at Muyako in Katima Rural …

Independence has inspired inmates

Celebrating independence behind bars serves to remind inmates that there is life awaiting all reformed inmates to become successful and law-abiding Namibian citizens.

Being here does not take away my …

Corruption cancer is spreading – Ankama

While most government institutions received a reduction in their budgetary allocations, the Anti-Corruption

Commission (ACC) will this financial year receive about N$70 million, which represents a three percent increase over …