Suspended Okh chief executive returns

19 June 2020 | Local News

The chief executive of the Okahandja municipality who was suspended in January, Martha Mutilifa, may return to her office this month.
Mutilifa, who continued to be paid in full during her six-month absence, confirmed earlier this week that she had been informed of her return. According to her, however, she is still waiting for an official confirmation.
Linus // Garoeb of the Ministry of Urban and Rural Development in Okahandja, confirmed Mutilifa's reinstatement this week. "The exact date of her return is not yet known, but it will happen shortly.”
He said that Mutilifia has not yet been charged and “if this does not happen within a certain period of time, the person concerned may start work again”.
After mismanagement led to the dissolution of the Okahandja town council, // Garoeb was also entrusted with the investigation into Mutilifa's case. "The investigation into alleged misconduct is still ongoing," he said.
Mutilifa was suspended for allegedly misappropriating funds, corruption and violating land sales. Among others, the issue involves a 30,000m2 property that was sold for only N$90 000.

Similar News

 

Nuwe jaar bring nuwe hoop

5 days ago - 21 January 2021 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected] een entrepreneur wink ’n nuwe toekoms ná hy lank vir werk gesoek het. Hy bied nou selfs ’nwerksgeleentheid vir iemand aan.Liaan van...

Lunch is served

1 week ago - 18 January 2021 | Local News

Windhoek [email protected] part of some students’ practical training, Women at Work is now offering lunch on Wednesdays and Fridays.With only six students in the class,...

Namibian project first for Africa

1 month - 09 December 2020 | Local News

Man’s best friend has always played a significant role in humanity’s wellbeing.This time, a fascinating angle arose when the University of Namibia (UNAM) School of...

New e-portal for Windhoek residents

2 months ago - 23 November 2020 | Local News

The City of Windhoek recently launched a new client e-portal platform to access online statements.The e-portal is a secure, modern and easy way to access...

Roof of Africa kry meer parkeerplek

2 months ago - 20 November 2020 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected] 1 600m² sal vir die volgende vyf jaar deur die Windhoekse stadsraad aan Roof of Africa Hotel verhuur word om as parkeerarea...

Maak jou hart oop vir Tufi

2 months ago - 19 November 2020 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected] Tuufillwa Ndamonako (Tufi) het toe sy maar agt maande oud was, ’n beroertegehad wat haar vir ’n maand lank in ’n koma...

Caretaker to tackle Satansloch issues

2 months ago - 19 November 2020 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected] 19 years that the Commonage Farm no. 3 (Satansloch) could not be leased due to illegalsettlers on the farm, the City of...

Take a deep breath at these urban green spaces

2 months ago - 18 November 2020 | Local News

Windhoek • Steffi BalzarFarm Windhoek on which IJG Trails is located, is one of several green spaces in Windhoek that the city leases to private...

Why your household waste is being audited

2 months ago - 18 November 2020 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected] City of Windhoek has undertaken a household waste audit that continues until Friday 20November.The aim is to identify the quantity and composition...

Ontwikkelaar in sop oor advertensie

2 months ago - 17 November 2020 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected]’n Ontwikkelaar is deur die stadsraad aangesê om ’n tweede advertensie in koerante te plaas ná die eerste sonder toestemming gedoen is en...

Latest News

Training for NextGen ICT professionals

27th of January 08:31 | Education

Namibian ICT company Green Enterprise Solutions is hosting a two-week induction for 25 trainees from NUST, UNAM, Lingua College and IUM.This induction and the ensuing...

Negotiate levy increases like this

19 hours ago | Life Style

At the end of the financial year, Homeowners Associations (HOA) and Body Corporates may choose to discuss and implement annual levy escalations. Should homeowners feel...

A closer look at chicken...

20 hours ago | Opinion

Windhoek • Hanks SaisaiIn Namibia, chicken farming is an emerging venture that is on the rise, with a focus on producing table eggs and meat...

Fighting against hunger together

21 hours ago | Social Issues

Besides causing a variety of devastating disruptions to livelihoods and economies worldwide, Covid-19 placed many countries in overwhelming levels of hunger, with the United Nations...

Exciting new opportunities for FemTech

22 hours ago | Technology

DoBox and the Embassy of France announced the launching of the FemTech project to support the development of Namibia’s Female Tech Entrepreneurs.The project responds to...

New DAAD lecturer welcomed

1 day - 25 January 2021 | Education

The new lecturer of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in Namibia, Julia Gambadatoun, was welcomed by the Deputy Head of Mission of the German...

Nuwe asem vir Honda se...

1 day - 25 January 2021 | Motors

Kaapstad • Dirk GallowitzHonda het sy pragtige WR-V laat verlede jaar in Suider-Afrika bekendgestel met twee modelle, naamlik die intreevlak Comfort en ’n luukser Elegance...

Desert Classic winners head to...

1 day - 25 January 2021 | Sports

The Nedbank Desert Classic that took place at the Rossmund Golf Course late last year, attracted a full field of players that participated in the...

Nam boasts best roads again

1 day - 25 January 2021 | Infrastructure

For the fifth consecutive year, Namibia retained its position of having the best roads in Africa.According to the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Competitive Report...

Load More