The patience of a wedding couple and their 350 guests was tested when they had to wait outside the ceremony hall because the chairs and tables had arrived late from their catering hire service.
CONGREGATION members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Namibia Uitani in Khorixas are unhappy over the financial reports provided by their pastor Theodor Hendricks two weeks ago. Some church members questioned why money from stop orders did not appear in the report. The pastor is also accused of not giving financial reports four times a year as required.
Battle lines are marked in a land dispute between the grandchildren of the first white business tycoon in Caprivi, Finaughty Finaughty, and the Caprivi Regional Council over a piece of land that belonged to the late business mogul.
NAMIBIA plans to decentralise climate change adaptation activities to the regions to make them more effective.
Langer Heinrich Uranium, in a bid to mitigate the problems associated with the episodic flooding of the Swakop River, commenced with the rehabilitation of the low water bridge crossing the river on the MR44 road five kilometers east of Swakopmund earlier this week.
Hostel students of the Polytechnic of Namibia are up in arms demanding that the institution refund their money on time. According to one hostel resident, Polytech is supposed to refund hostel students first as a preferential treatment.
Trustco joined main sponsors Kosmos Radio and Shoprite/Checkers in hosting a Christmas fun day for about 1,200 disadvantaged children from Katutura and Khomasdal in Windhoek last Saturday.
Government employees and high income earning groups top the list as the worst debt payers for 2011. According to a recent study carried out by a Windhoek based debt collecting company, Scorpion Debt Collectors, 43.1% of government employees and 35.34% of high income earners are in serious debt.
Based on recent reports published on the country’s employment figures, the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has reviewed the 2008 labour force survey. Economist Martin Mwinga recently questioned the official unemployment rate of 51, 2 per cent and estimated that a figure around 28, 4 per cent would be much more realistic.
Checkers Complex alias Kuthilandjeko at Omatala in Oshakati is drowning in nuisance waste including human and animal excretion, unpleasant grass and stagnant water which has infuriated tenants.