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

Despite Recession, FNB Rakes in the Profits

[Namibian] First National Bank keeps raking in millions from Namibian consumers as its annual results released on Friday show that the institution made a whopping N$1,1 billion in profit.

[Namibian] First National Bank keeps raking in millions from Namibian consumers as its annual results released on Friday show that the institution made a whopping N$1,1 billion in profit.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Shifting Ground – Zuma Enters KZN Battlefield Amid Rumours and Counterstrikes

[Daily Maverick] President Jacob Zuma appeared in good spirits as he prepared to move to consolidate his power, even as the ground is shifting in his home base of KwaZulu-Natal. Zuma cautioned the youth, without a hint of irony, against electing someon…

[Daily Maverick] President Jacob Zuma appeared in good spirits as he prepared to move to consolidate his power, even as the ground is shifting in his home base of KwaZulu-Natal. Zuma cautioned the youth, without a hint of irony, against electing someone "who is just good at toyi-toying", even as his detractors launched a counterstrike by airing rumours that Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is about to be axed. By CARIEN DU PLESSIS.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

SADC Celebrates Its 25th Founding Anniversary

[ANGOP] Washington -The group of ambassadors of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) accredited in the United States of America celebrated on Saturday in Washington its 25th founding anniversary, marked on 17 August this year in Washington.

[ANGOP] Washington -The group of ambassadors of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) accredited in the United States of America celebrated on Saturday in Washington its 25th founding anniversary, marked on 17 August this year in Washington.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Portugal – Angolan Ambassador Stresses Commitment to People’s Needs

[ANGOP] Lisbon -The government that is to result from the general elections held last August 23, to be led by the new president-elect, João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço, will be committed to the normalisation of the country’s life and the satisfaction of the needs of the citizens.

[ANGOP] Lisbon -The government that is to result from the general elections held last August 23, to be led by the new president-elect, João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço, will be committed to the normalisation of the country's life and the satisfaction of the needs of the citizens.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola