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Letshego Namibia Welcomes João Bismarck as Customer Experience Manager

      In a financial industry where customer needs evolve and a seamless customer journey is paramount, Letshego Holdings Namibia is pleased to welcome João Bismarck as its new Customer Experience Manager. Bismarck is a dynamic individual who stays abreast of recent news and industry trends. He enjoys challenges that require creative thinking and constant stimulation. In his spare time, Bismarck likes to spend time with his closest friends […]

todayJuly 12, 2024 10


Esau allowed to access frozen assets

    The former minister of fisheries and marine resources, Bernhardt Esau has succeeded in his bid to have access to his frozen assets, in order to afford his legal fees. A High Court ruling delivered on Wednesday by Judge Beatrix de Jager sets out that Esau shall be allowed access to N.dollars 1 235 738.44 or less to meet his current legal expenses. Judge De Jager also ordered that […]

todayJuly 10, 2024 13


High rental fees shock Nanso     By Josia Shigwedha, via News on One   The Namibia National Students Organisation’s (Nanso) is demanding that private accommodation rental fees be regulated. The call comes after Nanso discovered that some students are paying up to N$3000 for shared and substandard rooms. Nanso president Dorthea Nangolo revealed this during a presentation of the outcomes of the outcome of the 18th National Students Congress held last week in […]

todayJuly 10, 2024 18


Tanzania artist jailed for burning Hassan’s picture is freed

        A Tanzanian artist has been freed after paying a fine for setting fire to a picture of President Samia Suluhu Hassan in a viral TikTok video. Shadrack Chaula, 24, was found guilty last week of disseminating offensive information online over the video, which saw him burn the photo and utter words that police said were offensive to the head of state. The painter was released -- […]

todayJuly 9, 2024 6


India PM Modi tells Putin ‘war cannot solve problems’

      Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday in Moscow that peace was "of utmost importance" and that "war cannot solve problems". "As a friend, I have also said that for the brighter future of our next generation, peace is of utmost importance," Modi said in a speech in Hindi, sitting alongside Putin. "When innocent children are murdered, one sees them die, the […]

todayJuly 9, 2024 15


Labour tipped for historic win as UK voters go to the polls

        By Joe JACKSON   Britain voted Thursday in a general election widely expected to hand the opposition Labour party a landslide win and end nearly a decade-and-a-half of Conservative rule. The first national ballot since Boris Johnson won the Tories a decisive victory in 2019 follows Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's surprise call to hold it six months earlier than required. His gamble looks set to backfire […]

todayJuly 4, 2024 6


‘Shaken to the core’: Kenya shocked as protests turn deadly

          By Dylan GAMBA, Rose TROUP BUCHANAN     Kenya was in a state of shock Wednesday following unprecedented scenes that left parts of parliament ablaze and gutted, as protests over proposed tax hikes turned deadly, prompting President William Ruto's government to deploy the military. "Deaths, mayhem", read the front-page headline on the Standard newspaper, while the Daily Nation described the situation as "Pandemonium", saying: "The […]

todayJune 26, 2024 9


High Court declares sodomy and unnatural sexual offences invalid         By Josia Shigwedha, via News on One     Members of the country’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex and Other or LGBTQI+ community are celebrating. This after the Windhoek High Court declared that the crimes of 'sodomy' and 'unnatural sexual offences' as unconstitutional and invalid. LGBTQI+ activist Linda Baumann expressed happiness at the historic ruling. She explained that while homosexuality itself has never been […]

todayJune 24, 2024 18


Kenya protests: Gen Z shows the power of digital activism – driving change from screens to the streets

        By Job Mwaura, University of the Witwatersrand       Nationwide demonstrations have erupted in Kenya over a controversial tax bill. The Finance Bill 2024, initially presented to parliament in May, has sparked discontent with an increase in an array of taxes and levies for Kenyans. The mass protests, initially organised in the capital city, Nairobi, have spread across the country. Demonstrations have taken place in […]

todayJune 24, 2024 19