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Opinion Pieces

Ethics and the Workplace

        Organisations are guided by their purpose, corporate values, vision and mission and various sets of guiding principles on how to attain their strategic objectives and how they relate to their stakeholders. In numerous instances organisations place emphasis on values such as teamwork, service excellence, integrity and care which guide the way employees, and Boards and duly authorised agents, conduct themselves and the business in all their […]

todayJune 7, 2024 6


HAN records positive tourism developments in April

    The Hospitality Association of Namibia (HAN) recorded a total national average occupancy of over 58 per cent for the month of April, about seven per cent higher than last year and four per cent higher than the average occupancy for April 2019. Its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Gitta Paetzold on Tuesday in a media statement said latest statistics revealed, show a positive and encouraging development for both leisure […]

todayMay 21, 2024 14

Business / Economics

Bank of Namibia joins Cirrus Investor Conference for global connectivity

The Bank of Namibia has participated in the 5th Cirrus Investor Conference held in Swakopmund from 9 to 10 April. The conference was held to facilitate connections between Namibian securities issuers and international investors, bringing together various stakeholders. Governor Johannes !Gawaxab delivered the opening address, discussing Namibia's economic trajectory and financial outlook in light of global forces. Naufiku Hamunime BoN's Principal: International Relations and Sustainability, has more.

todayApril 10, 2024 18


UNESCO-Korea project enters third phase with Namibia

The "ICT Transforming Education in Africa" project Inception meeting is ending today. Funded by UNESCO and Korea, the project is entering its third phase, with Namibia newly added as one of the beneficiary countries. The meeting, according to Namibia's Ambassador to France and Permanent Delegate to UNESCO, Albertus Aochamub, is a platform for stakeholders to partner up.

todayMarch 6, 2024 23


Omaheke Regional Council chairperson urges learners to be more committed

  Omaheke Regional Council Chairperson Ignatius Kariseb on Friday appealed to learners to take their education seriously, emphasising its role in shaping their futures. Speaking during a stakeholder engagement on education, Kariseb expressed concern that some children think they are doing their parents a favour by attending school. “Our children must understand that they are not doing their parents a favour by going to school. It is instead an opportunity […]

todayJanuary 22, 2024 4


More can still be done despite achievement: Diergaardt

  ||Kharas Regional Council Chief Executive Officer, Benedictus Diergaardt, remarked that despite the region's drop from second to third place in the Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary (NSSCO) level results, it remains a significant achievement. The NSSCO results were released last Wednesday, with ||Kharas ranking third, trailing behind Khomas and Kavango East regions. Addressing a staff meeting of the Directorate of Education, Arts, and Culture on Monday, Diergaardt expressed his […]

todayJanuary 15, 2024 7


Collaboration necessary to implement TRS recommendations: Shivute

Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRA) Commissioner Sam Shivute has called on the formation of partnerships that will enable the speedy implementation of recommendations in the Time Release Study (TRS) Report. Launched in Walvis Bay on Friday, the report is a result of a study conducted by the Customs and Excise Department through the National Technical Working Group and serves as a tool for Government and stakeholders. The TRS contains finding and […]

todayDecember 4, 2023 1

road safety


Mutorwa calls on stakeholders to invest more in road safety

Works and Transport Minister, John Mutorwa, expressed the need for stakeholders to find more ways to invest in the road safety across the African continent. Mutorwa in remarks delivered on his behalf during the commemoration of the 12th Africa Road Safety Day in Swakopmund on Sunday, recognised and commended current Sub-sectoral interventions and initiatives but stressed the requirement for stakeholders to dig deeper into their reserves to make national roads […]

todayNovember 20, 2023 8



The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) herewith reminds all stakeholders that the deadline for mandatory SIM card registration is 31 December 2023. SIM card registration is in accordance with Section 77 of the Communications Act (No. 8 of 2009). SIM card registration statistics 15 June 2023: Approximately 2,760,804 active SIM cards across all licensed networks in Namibia, of which 795,991 SIM cards were registered, signifying a 29% registration rate. […]

todayNovember 6, 2023 7