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 foreign reserves.The decision announced here Wednesday was supportive of economic

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 State of the Nation Address here Wednesday. This comes after

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 produce the required results, says President Hag...

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 Constituency of Zambezi Region on Tuesday.The two-year ...

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 right to being a Namibian, and that is what this day

Corruption cancer is spreading – Ankama

While most government institutions received a reduction in their budgetary allocations, the Anti-CorruptionCommission (ACC) will this financial year receive about N$70 million, which represents a three percent increase over the N$59.1 million it receiv...