Namibia Creeping Out of Technical Recession

[Namibian] NAMIBIA is expected to come out of the technical recession it has been in since December 2016, with growth figures at the time showing that the economy had contracted by 1% between October and December.

[Namibian] NAMIBIA is expected to come out of the technical recession it has been in since December 2016, with growth figures at the time showing that the economy had contracted by 1% between October and December.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

NAC Bosses Face the Sack

[Namibian] AUDIT firm Deloitte has recommended that the Namibia Airports Company (NAC) charges its suspended chief executive officer, Tamer El-Kallawi, and engineering department boss, Courage Silombela, for corruption over the awarding of tenders wort…

[Namibian] AUDIT firm Deloitte has recommended that the Namibia Airports Company (NAC) charges its suspended chief executive officer, Tamer El-Kallawi, and engineering department boss, Courage Silombela, for corruption over the awarding of tenders worth over N$360 million.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Congolese Man Arrested for Human Trafficking

[Namibian] A 19-YEAR-OLD Congolese citizen from the Osire Refugee Camp was arrested in the Zambezi region on Tuesday after he allegedly tried to smuggle nine Congolese refugees into Namibia.

[Namibian] A 19-YEAR-OLD Congolese citizen from the Osire Refugee Camp was arrested in the Zambezi region on Tuesday after he allegedly tried to smuggle nine Congolese refugees into Namibia.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Boyfriend Guilty of Neudamm Murder

[Namibian] THE boyfriend of a young woman who was stabbed to death in her parents’ house at the Neudamm Experimental Farm east of Windhoek eight years ago has now been convicted of murder.

[Namibian] THE boyfriend of a young woman who was stabbed to death in her parents' house at the Neudamm Experimental Farm east of Windhoek eight years ago has now been convicted of murder.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Millions Lost Through Illegal Fishing

[Namibian] TENS of thousands of tonnes of fish, apparently mostly horse mackerel, are being stolen out of Namibian waters by licensed foreign-flagged vessels operating in Angolan waters.

[Namibian] TENS of thousands of tonnes of fish, apparently mostly horse mackerel, are being stolen out of Namibian waters by licensed foreign-flagged vessels operating in Angolan waters.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Groot Aub Families Left Homeless

[Namibian] EIGHT families at Groot Aub have been left stranded after they were evicted from their homes yesterday by the owner of the plot they have been staying on.

[Namibian] EIGHT families at Groot Aub have been left stranded after they were evicted from their homes yesterday by the owner of the plot they have been staying on.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Leadership a Relay, Says Lumumba

[Namibian] RENOWNED Kenyan lawyer and academic Patrick Lumumba says the fundamental problem hampering development on the African continent was leadership and the mismanagement of resources.

[Namibian] RENOWNED Kenyan lawyer and academic Patrick Lumumba says the fundamental problem hampering development on the African continent was leadership and the mismanagement of resources.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

HFC Bank Seeks Shareholders Vote On Rebranding

[Business Day] HFC bank is set to hold an Extraordinary General Meeting to seek the vote of its shareholders to rebrand, raise some funds on the Ghana Stock Exchange and elect directors of the company.

[Business Day] HFC bank is set to hold an Extraordinary General Meeting to seek the vote of its shareholders to rebrand, raise some funds on the Ghana Stock Exchange and elect directors of the company.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Govt to Reduce Corporate Income Tax to 20 Percent in 2018 – Fin. Minister

[Business Day] Government is working to reduce corporate income tax by five per cent next year, Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has announced. This means businesses would pay 20 per cent of their profits as corporate income tax as against the current 2…

[Business Day] Government is working to reduce corporate income tax by five per cent next year, Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has announced. This means businesses would pay 20 per cent of their profits as corporate income tax as against the current 25 per cent.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Japan, UNDP Strengthen Election Security Support With U$1.14m Grant

[Observer] (2nd from left, onward): NEC Commissioner Sarah Jegede; UNDP Deputy Country Director for Operations, Rokya Ye Dieng; Japan Ambassador to Liberia, Kaoru Yoshimura; Inspector General of Police, Gregory Coleman; and NEC Executive Director, Lami…

[Observer] (2nd from left, onward): NEC Commissioner Sarah Jegede; UNDP Deputy Country Director for Operations, Rokya Ye Dieng; Japan Ambassador to Liberia, Kaoru Yoshimura; Inspector General of Police, Gregory Coleman; and NEC Executive Director, Lamin Lighe

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia