Government

New ID cards: What to expect

1 week ago - 17 October 2021 | Government

Home affairs minister Albert Kawana said the new national identification cards (IDs) that government is set to introduce, can be used as travel documents with neighbouring countries and make border crossing easier.Kawana said this in...

Stadsraad se uitvoerende hoof: Wie het uitgeval

2 weeks ago - 12 October 2021 | Government

Windhoek • [email protected] 61 mense uit verskeie sektore, hoofsaaklik semistaatsinstellings se bestuurders en senior staatsamptenare, het aansoek gedoen vir die pos van die hoofstad se uitvoerende hoof.Dit sluit vier aansoekers in met ’n hoogste kwalifikasie...

Namibia off the red list

2 weeks ago - 10 October 2021 | Government

Good news for the tourism industry, is that the UK has removed Namibia from the so-called “red list”, which will ease travel.The travel easing is effective as from Monday, 11 October 2021.The red list placement...

New IDs on the cards

3 weeks ago - 04 October 2021 | Government

Information minister Peya Mushelenga announced that Cabinet has approved the introduction and launch of new identity documents (ID) cards that will be issued to citizens, permanent residents, permit holders and refugees.Mushelenga made the announcement on...

City announces shortlisted candidates

1 month - 16 September 2021 | Government

The City of Windhoek said that progress is being made to recruit and fill the positions of chief executive officer, as well as those of strategic executives for Economic Development and Community Services; and Information...

NIPDB opts for expensive rent over free space

1 month - 01 September 2021 | Government

The Namibia Investment Promotion and Development Board (NIPDB) has rejected free office space extended to it by the trade ministry, citing lack of parking space...

Some people are more important than others: Geingob

2 months ago - 03 August 2021 | Government

President Hage Geingob has justified why politicians - including himself - have breached Covid-19 burial restrictions, saying they are not equal to ordinary citizens.Geingob was...

No accountability report available yet: PM

2 months ago - 03 August 2021 | Government

An accountability report relating to how the N$8.1 billion set aside to soften the impact of Covid-19 was spent remains unavailable.Equally there is no accountability...

National census postponed

3 months ago - 15 July 2021 | Government

The Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) announced that the 2021 Population and Housing Census that was scheduled for August this year, has been postponed to August...

Decongestion hoped for at home affairs

3 months ago - 13 July 2021 | Government

Windhoek • [email protected] home affairs ministry has asked members of the public that only one person visits their offices when registering a death and that...

Khomas in need of more classrooms

3 months ago - 01 July 2021 | Government

Learner enrolment in the Khomas region increased from 94 999 in 2020 to 97 176 in 2021, and if the trend continues, enrolment for 2022...

Okahandja municipality fails to balance the books

4 months ago - 14 June 2021 | Government

Okahandja local authority councillors were bypassed when the municipality presided over transactions amounting to at least N$90 million in 2019, a direct contravention of the...

Government

‘Stop with the tenders’ –...

5 months ago - 23 May 2021 | Government

City of Windhoek (CoW) Mayor, Job Amupanda said the City spends N$20 million on private security company tenders a year – a practice that should...

Gobabis muni in the red

5 months ago - 02 May 2021 | Government

Gobabis mayor Elvire Theron said the town currently owes NamPower N$13 million in arrears.Theron, in a media statement, stated that the arrears inherited by the...

‘Bring a buddy to parly!’

7 months ago - 17 March 2021 | Government

The office of the Speaker and the Namibia Nature Foundation launched the ‘Bring a buddy to parly’ initiative earlier this week, which is aimed at...

On death and taxes

7 months ago - 14 March 2021 | Government

Despite the dire economic situation caused by Covid-19, government plans to honour financial obligations towards creditors, suppliers and employees, as well as statutory obligations including...

Local procurement pushed

7 months ago - 14 March 2021 | Government

Government has in the past three years pumped in N$1 billion into the public procurement process to promote locally registered companies and hopes to continue...

Doing it for themselves

7 months ago - 09 March 2021 | Government

Gobabis mayor Elvire Theron said that her municipality is reverting to internal debt collection measures and will no longer be seeking external services to handle...

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