Daily Archives: April 17, 2018

Le Symposium sur la fiscalité africaine de l’IBFD arrive au Kenya

AMSTERDAM, Pays-Bas, 17 avr. 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Le 4e Symposium sur la fiscalité africaine de l’IBFD réunit des spécialistes de la fiscalité issus du secteur, des sociétés, des pouvoirs publics, de la société civile et du monde judiciaire afin

IBFD Africa Tax Symposium comes to Kenya

AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands, April 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The 4th IBFD Africa Tax Symposium draws together tax professionals from industry, practice, government, civil society and the judiciary to explore important developments in international taxation affecting Africa. This year’s symposium

Fransfontein farmers to revive association

Kamanjab-Farmers in the Fransfontein area plan to revive their association later this month having been stagnant since 2013.Claus Hanadoeb, former chairperson of the Fransfontein Farmers Association, says it will be revived to attend to the needs of th...

Tick population shoots up after late rains

Windhoek-Rains over most parts of the country lately have brought along the dreaded ticks and tick-borne diseases in cattle.Farmers in all cattle-rich areas are reporting the presence of extremely high populations of the most commonly found ticks in Na...

Agriculture now tops priority sectors

Windhoek-Agriculture has moved to the front of the priority lists for sectors that should stimulate the economy and create jobs in the next seven years.President Hage Geingob made a rather surprise announcement that the government has secured funding t...

Community police sternly appeal for handover of suspected cattle rustlers

Windhoek-A leader of the community police in the OkondjaA�u area in the Okakarara Constituency, Mbajoroka Kambausuka, is sternly appealing to those harbouring suspected cattle rustlers to hand them over to the police.Kambausuka made this appeal last Th...