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TransNamib strike ends

by editor1 / Oct 03, 2018 / 0 comments
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Nampa

-TransNamib on Tuesday announced that the recent strike by a group of its employees has ended.

TransNamib employees protest against suspension of their colleagues

by editor1 / Sep 25, 2018 / 0 comments

-Some TransNamib employees protested against the suspension of their colleagues.

TransNamib board calls for commitment from Government in executing its new strategy

by editor1 / Sep 20, 2018 / 0 comments

TransNamib board chairperson Paul Smit says it is impossible to successfully implement the parastatal's strategy and business plan without Cabinet backing.

Windhoek railway station lies in ruins

by editor1 / May 24, 2018 / 0 comments

The Windhoek railway station's look has not changed since its construction in 1929.

#BusinessToday | TransNamib appoints Johny Smith as new CEO

by editor1 / Feb 03, 2018 / 0 comments
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The Namibian

-The TransNamib board of directors on Friday officially announced its appointment of Johny Smith as its new chief executive officer. His first day of office was Thursday, 1 February.

Cabinet to decide TransNamib's fate next week

by editor1 / Oct 04, 2017 / 0 comments

-Cabinet will decide on the fate of TransNamib's strategic integrated plan (business plan) next week.

TransNamib board suspends Executive of Strategy and Stakeholder Management and Property Executive

by editor1 / May 29, 2017 / 0 comments

The TransNamib board has suspended Executive of Strategy and Stakeholder Management Hippy Tjivikua and property executive Struggle Ihuhua, with immediate effect.

Jooste dismisses allegations that he is planning to privatise TransNamib

by editor1 / May 20, 2017 / 0 comments
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NAMPA

-The Minister of Public Enterprises, Leon Jooste has dismissed allegations that he is planning to privatise TransNamib.

#BusinessToday | TransNamib plans to rebuild 40 old locomotives

by editor1 / Mar 30, 2017 / 0 comments

TransNamib plans to rebuild 40 old locomotives which are currently in operating due to mechanical problems.

#BusinessToday | TransNamib needs about N$200 million to pay off 400 employees going on early retirement

by editor1 / Mar 28, 2017 / 0 comments

TransNamib will need about N$200 million to pay off 400 employees who have agreed to go on early retirement.

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