Business fraternity remembers Geingob

WINDHOEK: The late Dr Hage Geingob was a visionary leader who understood the crucial role business played in the economic growth and building of opportunities for the people of Namibia.

This is how the Namibian business fraternity will remember Presi…

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Over 400 people volunteer to cultivate OTA crop field

OMUTSEGWONDJABA: The Ondonga Traditional Authority (OTA)’s spokesperson, Enkali Frans, has expressed delight over an increase in the volunteers for cultivating on the OTA’s crop field.

This year, OTA received 420 volunteers compared to 320 they recei…

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OTA raises concern on unrehabilitated borrow pits

OMUTHIYA: The Ondonga Traditional Authority (OTA) has raised concern about the increasing of unrehabilitated borrow pits along the B1 road in the region.

OTA representative Martin Elago at the Omuthiya Constituency consultation workshop held on Wedne…

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Repo rate remains unchanged at 7.75 per cent

WINDHOEK: Governor of the Bank of Namibia, Johannes !Gawaxab announced on Wednesday that Namibia’s repo rate is to remain the same, at 7.75 per cent, as decided by the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC).

The prime lending rate remains steady at 11.50 pe…

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MSYNS warns youth against latest scams

The Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Service (MSYNS) has warned members of the public to be cautious of scammers who under false pretence are calling for online applications for a youth development grant covering 2024/2025.

The ministry’s Chief …

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