Daily Archives: March 15, 2019

High Powerful Cryptocurrency Miners Released

LUXEMBOURG / ACCESSWIRE / March 15, 2019 / OnMiners S.A (www.OnMiners.com) is pleased to announce the official launch of their powerful endothermic cryptocurrency mining rigs with features to take the global crypto mining space by storm. The company informs that their

Governor spills beans on timber activities

NKURENKURU - Kavango West governor Sirkka Ausiku says some individuals permitted to harvest timber on their farms before the activities were halted, illegally harvested this number of trees in community forests instead of their farms and have sold to b...

Governor spills beans on timber activities

NKURENKURU - Kavango West governor Sirkka Ausiku says some individuals permitted to harvest timber on their farms before the activities were halted, illegally harvested this number of trees in community forests instead of their farms and have sold to b...

Speakers Highlight Partnerships, Laws to End Gender-Based Violence, Pay Disparity, as Women’s Commission Continues Session

Fostering further gains to broaden opportunities for women depends on strong political will and working closely with civil society and other key stakeholders, Ministers and other high-level Government officials told the Commission on the Status of Wome...

Speakers Highlight Partnerships, Laws to End Gender-Based Violence, Pay Disparity, as Women’s Commission Continues Session

Fostering further gains to broaden opportunities for women depends on strong political will and working closely with civil society and other key stakeholders, Ministers and other high-level Government officials told the Commission on the Status of Wome...

NEPC explains adverse audit opinion

WINDHOEK � The adverse audit opinion that the Auditor General gave New Era Publication Corporation (NEPC) in the audit report for the year ended 31 March 2017 came about as a result of a wrongly-captured balance on a loan account

Boeing 737 Max banned from Namibian airports

WINDHOEK - Namibia on Wednesday joined a growing number of nations and airlines around the world to ban Boeing's 737 Max from operating at any of its airports. The Namibian authorities' decision follows the calamitous crash of the specific aircraft

Quality assurance protects consumers – Sadc

WINDHOEK- With industrialisation at the centre stage of the regional integration agenda, the application of Standardisation, Quality Assurance, Accreditation and Metrology, (SQAM) principles in promoting competitiveness is essential, as it makes busine...