CABINET has approved the implementation of a comprehensive drought emergency relief programme, with an estimated amount of more than N$207 million needed to distribute food to more than 47 000 households.
Less than a day after a front page article appeared in Informanté last Wednesday, dealing with fugitive André Mulder who was wanted by the Walvis Bay police for attempted murder and fraud, information of his whereabouts from readers of the newspaper led the police straight to his hideout.
THE Ministry of Environment and Tourism is dragging its feet in the finalisation of contracts with regard to tourist concessions, to the extent that investors decided to withdraw their support to Namibian entrepreneurs.
The Society of Advocates of Namibia has commended the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) for apologising and fully retracting statements made following televised allegations by labour consultant and lay litigant Hewat Beukes about High Court Judge Dave Smuts and the Namibian Judiciary.
A SOS Children’s Village employee Martin Matengu’s dismissal was found to be unfair by the Labour Commissioner after he was charged with misconduct for allegedly sending a report to the office of the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare.