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Shinovene Immanuel

Shinovene Immanuel

    Namibia's great athlete quits Olympic post amid scandal
    Namibia's great athlete quits Olympic post amid scandal
    In Namibia, few are more admired than Frankie Fredericks. Long after he retired from athletics, he remains a national hero.
    Namibian President's pals 'sank oil deal'
    Namibian President's pals 'sank oil deal'
    A N$11-billion (R11-billion) deal allowing the Namibian government to buy crude oil from Angola and refine it through a Russian company for the...
    Namibian clerk in Panama Papers 'fronting' pickle
    Namibian clerk in Panama Papers 'fronting' pickle
    A receptionist and clerk in Namibia is probably a multi-millionaire who owns offshore businesses around the globe – except she just doesn’t know...
    Namibia's house prices spark land grab fears
    Namibia's house prices spark land grab fears
    It is becoming exorbitantly expensive to own a house in Namibia, which has been ranked as the country with the world's highest property inflation –...
    Cronyism, unemployment and weak opposition: Namibia votes
    Cronyism, unemployment and weak opposition: Namibia votes
    Namibia's...
    Namibian elite's kids rake it in
    Namibian elite's kids rake it in
    Many children of Namibia’s political leaders have joined the scramble for lucrative state concessions and contracts that have turned them into...
    Diamonds are Swapo's best friends
    Diamonds are Swapo's best friends
    “Not only does NDTC pay substantial taxes and royalties to government, but it also generates significant employment benefits”
    Oil rights bagged by the elite few
    Oil rights bagged by the elite few
    Namibia has been called the next big oil frontier, as it has the same offshore geological formations as the coast of Brazil, where the giant Lula...
    Gaston Savoi's Namibia and Uganda links
    Gaston Savoi's Namibia and Uganda links
    Uruguayan businessperson Gaston Savoi, ­who is facing corruption charges in South Africa, owns a company that supplies government hospitals in...