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Firm Fails to Repay Millions
[Namibian] A COMPANY that pocketed a N$3,6 million fee after it helped fishing firm Namsov net a horse mackerel quota allocated to the Fish Consumption Trust has finally failed in its attempts to wriggle off the hook of an arbitrator's order to repay more than N$11 million to Namsov.
Airport Tender Award Falls
[Namibian] A PLAN to upgrade and expand Namibia's main airport at a cost of billions of dollars has suffered a body blow in the Supreme Court, with the award of the airport project contract to a Chinese company set aside by three judges of the country's top court yesterday.
Woman Threatened Before Murder-Suicide
[Namibian] DEATH threats clouded Elizabeth Mwahalandaya Haimbodi's life from the moment she met Festus Nghitiwa until he killed her last Thursday in Katutura, Windhoek.
Suspected Local Rhino Horns Seized in China
[Namibian] A MAN suspected of having travelled from Namibia was arrested at the Hong Kong International Airport on Friday in connection with 12 rhino horns found in express air parcels.
Govt Effects 9% Salary Increases for Civil Servants
[Namibian] TEACHERS and all civil servants will get their promised 9% salary increases as of 1 April 2017.
Global United Beat Omaheke Legends
[Namibian] GLOBAL United recently faced the Omaheke Legends in Gobabis in a highly entertaining game played in front of a capacity crowd of eager fans.
Cyclists Vorster, Adrian Excel in Cape Epic
[Namibian] NAMIBIAN female cyclists Michelle Vorster and Vera Adrian did their country proud by excelling in the grueling Cape Epic which was concluded on Sunday.
Green Scheme Initiative Posts Promising Results
[Namibian] THE Green Scheme programme, a government initiative under the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry, has recorded good performances.
Buchters Embrace Harders Cup
[Namibian] THE Harders Cup's first offering was a colourful festival with an avalanche of goals, vociferous supporters and a touch of European flair.
Minister Jooste to Investigate Social Security Commission
[Namibian] PUBLIC enterprises minister Leon Jooste on Saturday said he will investigate how the Social Security Commission overpaid a middleman for land in central Windhoek last year.