Daily Archives: November 5, 2020

Verityhurst Wants to Fund African Companies that are Interested to be Listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange

NEW YORK, Nov. 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verityhurst (Pty) Ltd, a South African based Private Equity firm that has invested in three companies over the past five months, Labat Africa Ltd a diversified holding company that is listed on

Current code of conduct of the Electoral Commission of Namibia requires to be updated in order to reflect present realities and the changing political dynamics in the country

The current code of conduct of the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) requires to be updated in order to reflect present realities and the changing political dynamics in the country, the commission’s chairperson Notemba Tjipueja has said. Tjipueja while addressing

President has called on Namibians to foster a strong spirit of patriotism in societies to build a strong and resilient nation

President Hage Geingob has called on Namibians to foster a strong spirit of patriotism in societies to build a strong and resilient nation. Geingob said this in a speech read on his behalf by Vice President Nangolo Mbumba at the

Young man charged with fatal accident hears judgment next year

A Windhoek resident accused of killing a City Police officer and two civilians while allegedly driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol in July 2015, will in January next year hear his fate in court. Morné Mouton, 23,

Government ministries returned N.dollars 270 million to treasury in 2019

Eight government ministries returned a total of N.dollars 273.7 million to the national Treasury in 2019. The eight auditor general reports tabled by finance minister Ipumbu Shiimi in the National Assembly last week cover the 2018/19 financial year. The Ministry

KWRC sensitises public on its customer service charter

The Kavango West Regional Council (KWRC) is conducting public engagements to share information on its customer service charter. A customer service charter is a document that outlines how an organization promises to work with its customers along with providing insights

Windhoek resident accused of killing a City Police officer and two civilians while allegedly driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol in July 2015

A Windhoek resident accused of killing a City Police officer and two civilians while allegedly driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol in July 2015, will in January next year hear his fate in court. Morné Mouton, 23,

Kavango West Regional Council is conducting public engagements to share information on its customer service charter

The Kavango West Regional Council (KWRC) is conducting public engagements to share information on its customer service charter. A customer service charter is a document that outlines how an organization promises to work with its customers along with providing insights