Brown water safe for consumption: CoW

WINDHOEK: The City of Windhoek (CoW) has confirmed the change in tap water to a brown shade in some areas of the capital, saying it is safe for consumption and is a result of the utilisation of boreholes to supplement supply.

In an interview with Nam…

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Stakeholder training on trade agreements crucial: MIT

SWAKOPMUND: There is a need for different stakeholders to participate in various regional and international trade agreements when actively seeking new investment opportunities and enhanced foreign market access.

This is according to the Executive Dir…

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TransNamib appoints Van Jaarsveld as new CEO

Desmond Ernst Van Jaarsveld has been appointed as the new chief executive officer (CEO) of TransNamib.

Van Jaarsveld replaced Johny Smith, who left the company last year.

A press statement issued by TransNamib on Monday indicated that Van Jaarsveld …

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Amutse commends UN’s efforts against cybercrime

WINDHOEK: Information and Communication Technology Deputy Minister Modestus Amutse commended the United Nations (UN) for striving to put in place a Convention on Countering the Use of Information and Communications Technologies for Criminal Purposes a…

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