Aochamub Officially Appointed NAC Acting CEO

[New Era] Windhoek -Former presidential press secretary Albertus Aochamub has accepted the position of Namibia Airports Company (NAC) acting chief executive officer after he was seconded by the presidency last week.

[New Era] Windhoek -Former presidential press secretary Albertus Aochamub has accepted the position of Namibia Airports Company (NAC) acting chief executive officer after he was seconded by the presidency last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Milk, Dairy Products Price to Increase

[New Era] Windhoek -The price of imported milk and other dairy products like yoghurts is set to increase while milk volumes produced on Namibian farms in 2017 are four percent lower than five years ago.

[New Era] Windhoek -The price of imported milk and other dairy products like yoghurts is set to increase while milk volumes produced on Namibian farms in 2017 are four percent lower than five years ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Can Parliament Impeach Zuma?

[Notes from the House] Amid the hype about whether or not Zuma will jump or be pushed, it is worth considering the prospect of impeachment and reminding ourselves that there is another option in reserve.

[Notes from the House] Amid the hype about whether or not Zuma will jump or be pushed, it is worth considering the prospect of impeachment and reminding ourselves that there is another option in reserve.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Murder Suspect Temporarily Off the Hook

[New Era] Swakopmund -A self-confessed murder suspect who brutally killed his girlfriend in 2017 in Swakopmund walked out of court a free man on January 18 when his case was withdrawn due to incomplete police investigations.

[New Era] Swakopmund -A self-confessed murder suspect who brutally killed his girlfriend in 2017 in Swakopmund walked out of court a free man on January 18 when his case was withdrawn due to incomplete police investigations.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Is Nama a Circus?

[The Herald] Since time immemorial, the National Arts Merit Awards, (Nama) have courted controversy and this year it seems the trend is set to continue. Just a perusal of the nomination list leaves one with a sour taste in the mouth. Nominations in som…

[The Herald] Since time immemorial, the National Arts Merit Awards, (Nama) have courted controversy and this year it seems the trend is set to continue. Just a perusal of the nomination list leaves one with a sour taste in the mouth. Nominations in some of the categories have been marred with controversy amid allegations that some of the artists did not qualify to be shortlisted in those categories.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Boxing Board, Musonda Fallout Turns Nasty

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe National Boxing Control Board have responded to the $100 000 lawsuit by promoter Clyde Musonda of Delta Force Boxing Academy labelling him “a foreign criminal.”

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe National Boxing Control Board have responded to the $100 000 lawsuit by promoter Clyde Musonda of Delta Force Boxing Academy labelling him "a foreign criminal."

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

2018 Elections and Digital Campaigning

[The Herald] The 2018 election is exciting to many for various reasons: for communication and technology enthusiasts the most interesting prospect is the impact social media campaigns can have on elections.

[The Herald] The 2018 election is exciting to many for various reasons: for communication and technology enthusiasts the most interesting prospect is the impact social media campaigns can have on elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘U.S.$1.5 Billion Needed Annually for Infrastructure’

[The Herald] Finance and Economic Planning Minister Patrick Chinamasa, has said Zimbabwe requires around $1,5 billion annually for infrastructure to kick start economic growth.

[The Herald] Finance and Economic Planning Minister Patrick Chinamasa, has said Zimbabwe requires around $1,5 billion annually for infrastructure to kick start economic growth.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chipuwe Promises to Up His Game

[The Herald] Rising sungura musician David Hatie Chipuwe has promised to up his game this year in the most celebrated genre in showbiz and lure more musical fans to his brand.

[The Herald] Rising sungura musician David Hatie Chipuwe has promised to up his game this year in the most celebrated genre in showbiz and lure more musical fans to his brand.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Airport for Kariba . . . Move to Boost Tourism

[The Herald] Kariba Municipality has availed land to Government for the construction of a new airport that is expected to boost tourism in the prime destination. Speaking after visiting Kariba Airport last Friday, Transport and Infrastructure Developme…

[The Herald] Kariba Municipality has availed land to Government for the construction of a new airport that is expected to boost tourism in the prime destination. Speaking after visiting Kariba Airport last Friday, Transport and Infrastructure Development Minister Joram Gumbo said locations for new airports have already been identified in Beitbridge and Mutare.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe