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#BusinessToday | Namibian beef doing fairly well in Hong Kong markets

by editor / Mar 03, 2017 / 0 comments

Namibia needs to be fierce in promoting and marketing its beef exports to Hong Kong.

China vows not to protect its nationals suspected of poaching

by editor / Mar 03, 2017 / 0 comments

China will not give protection to its nationals suspected of poaching or involved in unlawful activities, provided they are treated according to the law.

Tax payers owe Government over N$4 billion in unpaid taxes

by editor / Mar 03, 2017 / 0 comments

Nineteen percent of individuals and companies registered as tax payers owe the Finance Ministry N$4 billion which has accumulated since independence.

NAFINU wants all remaining key position holders at SME Bank suspended

by editor / Mar 03, 2017 / 0 comments

The Namibia Financial Institutions Union (NAFINU) wants all the remaining key position holders at the SME bank suspended to avoid interference with investigations.

Government investigates suspected fraudulent medical aid claims

by editor / Mar 03, 2017 / 0 comments

The Government will not honour fraudulent claims made to the Public Service Employees Medical Aid Scheme (PSEMAS).

Former Egyptian President cleared of involvement in protesters' deaths in 2011

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Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has been acquitted over his alleged involvement in the killings of hundreds of protesters in 2011.

Okalongo Constituency flooded following heavy rains

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Okalongo in the Omusati Region is flooded following heavy rains.

Scientists in South Africa are promoting crops to boost food security

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One of the major problems of malnutrition in Africa is not hunger but food that is not nutritious.

Chinese company owners skip the country, leave 36 construction workers without pay

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A Chinese couple, who were contracted by the Sun Investment Group, left the country last month leaving 36 construction employees jobless and without pay.

Mines ministry hands over solar lights to students in informal settlements

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The Ministry of Mines and Energy handed over 100 solar lights to the Namibia National Student Association (NANSO) for distribution to learners in Windhoek's informal settlements.

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