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  • SADC Tourism Shows Strong Progress In Boosting Regional Development

    SADC Tourism Shows Strong Progress In Boosting Regional Development

    Story by Environmental Reporter BERLIN – Southern Africa has made significant strides in advancing its Southern African Development Community (SADC) Tourism Programme 2020-2030.The SADC Tourism Programme 2020-2030 serves as a comprehensive roadmap for guiding and coordinating the development of a sustainable tourism industry in the Southern African region. With the support of the German Federal…

  • Namibian Justice Minister attends Commonwealth meeting in Zanzibar

    Namibian Justice Minister attends Commonwealth meeting in Zanzibar

    Story by Staff Reporter Yvonne Dausab, Justice Minister of Namibia, attended the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Law Ministers Meeting in Zanzibar on Monday. The meeting opened with calls for stronger action to ensure that access to justice becomes a reality for all 2.5 billion Commonwealth citizens. In her remarks to the opening ceremony, the…

  • Govt considers tax relief to low-income earners

    Govt considers tax relief to low-income earners

    Story by Staff Reporter THE Namibian government has considered to give a free hand to all taxpayers who earn their monthly income below one hundred thousand Namibia dollars (N$100,000) not to pay tax to the State. This was announced by the Minister of Finance  and Public Enterprises , Mr. Ipumbu Shiimi during his National Budget…

  • How Crypto Can Unleash Economic Growth In Namibia

    How Crypto Can Unleash Economic Growth In Namibia

    Namibia has been edging towards embracing cryptocurrencies for a while now, but more work is required if the country is to unleash the full potential this radical new technology offers. In July last year, Parliament passed the Virtual Assets Act into law. This regulation mandated the establishment of a regulator to oversee the crypto sector…

  • Tribute To Late Hage Geingob

    Tribute To Late Hage Geingob

    -Editorial- Namibia has lost a great leader,hero and an intellectual with the mind of his own. Hage was a man of action with a colourful history in Namibian politics , a pan-Africanist whose footprints can be traced back before Namibia’s quest for independence. He was the longest serving Prime Minister in the public administration of…

  • Namibia declares public holidays for Geingob’s burial

    Namibia declares public holidays for Geingob’s burial

    Story by Staff Reporter THE Namibian government has declared February 25 and 26 as public holidays in giving a dignified burial  to the former president of Namibia Dr. Hage Geingob and the Namibia nation to mourn their late president. In a media statement issued on Sunday, by the Minister of Information and Communication Technology ,…

  • NATO Leader Blasts Trump’s Suggestion He Would Encourage Russian Invasion of U.S. Allies

    NATO Leader Blasts Trump’s Suggestion He Would Encourage Russian Invasion of U.S. Allies

    Story by Annie Linskey President Biden and NATO leaders on Sunday denounced presidential candidate Donald Trump’s latest comments that he would encourage Russia to invade U.S. allies that don’t contribute sufficiently to military defense. “NATO remains ready and able to defend all Allies,” said NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg in a statement. “Any suggestion that allies…

  • BRICS + , an impressive enlargement

    BRICS + , an impressive enlargement

    At the dawn of 2024, from January 1, five more countries became full members of the BRICS, a transnational association, which until then consisted of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, and thus became BRICS+ (BRICS Plus), totaling ten countries. Egypt which is located in northeast Africa and partly on the Sinai Peninsula, which…

  • New Namibian President and VP Sworn-in

    New Namibian President and VP Sworn-in

    By Staff Reporter Former Vice President of the Republic of Namibia, Nangolo Mbumba was sworn-in as the fourth president of Namibia from 04 February 2024 to 21 March2025. At the same time, former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Relations and Corporations, and the Vice President and presidential candidate of the ruling SWAPO party of…

  • President Geingob Dies at Age 82

    President Geingob Dies at Age 82

    By Staff Reporter Namibian President, Dr. Hage Gottfried Geingob, has died in the first hour of Sunday morning , February 04, 2024 at Lady Pohamba private hospital in Windhoek after receiving his Cancer treatment “cancerous cells” in the US, in January this year. Acting President , who is the Vice President of Namibia, Dr. Nangolo…

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