Swakopmund International Trade Expo Set for October

[Namibia Economist] The Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) Swakopmund branch will host the 5th Annual Swakopmund International Trade Expo (SWAITEX) in the Swakopmund Indoor Sports Centre (The Dome) from 11-14 October.

[Namibia Economist] The Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) Swakopmund branch will host the 5th Annual Swakopmund International Trade Expo (SWAITEX) in the Swakopmund Indoor Sports Centre (The Dome) from 11-14 October.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Bridgens to Head Marketing and Communications At Bank Windhoek

[Namibia Economist] Local Bank,Bank Windhoek Recently Appointed Carmen -Local Bank,Bank Windhoek Recently Appointed Carmen Rae Bridgens as the new Head of Brand Marketing at the Marketing and Corporate Communication Services (MCCS) department.

[Namibia Economist] Local Bank,Bank Windhoek Recently Appointed Carmen -Local Bank,Bank Windhoek Recently Appointed Carmen Rae Bridgens as the new Head of Brand Marketing at the Marketing and Corporate Communication Services (MCCS) department.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Rudd Stages Jacques Brel Cabaret

[Namibian] Lize Ehlers and Esther Fellner will be performing composer, singer and songwriter Jaques Brel’s music at a cabaret event, directed by Sandy Rudd from Wednesday, 13 to Saturday, 16 September at the Warehouse Theatre at 19h00.

[Namibian] Lize Ehlers and Esther Fellner will be performing composer, singer and songwriter Jaques Brel's music at a cabaret event, directed by Sandy Rudd from Wednesday, 13 to Saturday, 16 September at the Warehouse Theatre at 19h00.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Illegal Fishing Vessels Reported to Angola

[Namibian] THE fisheries ministry has reported about five foreign vessels suspected of illegally fishing in Namibian waters to Angolan marine authorities, fisheries permanent secretary Moses Maurihungirire said last week.

[Namibian] THE fisheries ministry has reported about five foreign vessels suspected of illegally fishing in Namibian waters to Angolan marine authorities, fisheries permanent secretary Moses Maurihungirire said last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Northern Business People Rap Against Foreign Businesses

[Namibian] IT IS now imperative for government to further protect the business community, particularly in the northern areas of Namibia from foreign-owned business who have been thriving at the expense of locals.

[Namibian] IT IS now imperative for government to further protect the business community, particularly in the northern areas of Namibia from foreign-owned business who have been thriving at the expense of locals.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Teaming Up to Keep Katima Mulilo Clean

[Namibian] KATIMA MULILO mayor Georgina Mwiya-Simataa says it is very important for the town to be clean because it is strategically situated as the gateway to four African countries.

[Namibian] KATIMA MULILO mayor Georgina Mwiya-Simataa says it is very important for the town to be clean because it is strategically situated as the gateway to four African countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Judges Show Mercy to Drought-Hit Farmer

[Namibian] A KHORIXAS area farmer who was fined N$50 000 after he relocated his drought-stricken cattle without a permit was shown more understanding in the Windhoek High Court on Friday, when his fine was set aside and replaced with a suspended sentence.

[Namibian] A KHORIXAS area farmer who was fined N$50 000 after he relocated his drought-stricken cattle without a permit was shown more understanding in the Windhoek High Court on Friday, when his fine was set aside and replaced with a suspended sentence.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Plans Underway for the Nakabolelwa-Kasika Road

[Namibian] PLANS for the second phase of the Izimwe-Nakabolelwa road in the Kabbe constituency have started, and include the construction of water drains and a gravel road for about 33 kilometres to Kasika.

[Namibian] PLANS for the second phase of the Izimwe-Nakabolelwa road in the Kabbe constituency have started, and include the construction of water drains and a gravel road for about 33 kilometres to Kasika.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia