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Month: July 2013

Telecom hosts network conference

Telecom Namibia this week played host to the 7th Africa Service and Networks Operators (SNO) conference to share information on an international scale as the SNO has a direct impact on changing or implementing new ITU...

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First child helpline letter box

LifeLine/ChildLine Namibia this week handed the first letter box to the trainer buddy counsellor-learners from A. Shipena High School in Katutura. Through the establishment of the 116 letter boxes in schools and out-of-school...

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Residents owe City N$390 million

Windhoek residents owe the City of Windhoek a staggering N$390 million due to non-payment of their “municipal consumer debt” over periods of years. Many of the accounts are outstanding for 5 years.According to the City of...

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Puma deal shot down

Plans by Puma Energy to dispose its Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) business has hit a snag following the decision by the Namibian Competition Commission to reject the merger between Puma’s gas unit and Namox.Puma Energy inherited...

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Meatco’s downscale “worrisome”

“390, almost 400 people, its not a small amount of people who are now going to be unemployed,” said Tom Alweendo, Director General of the National Planning Commission, in response to Meatco’s decision to not renew contracts of...

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