+++ 14/12 – Contrary to the general economic crisis in Namibia, tourism sector continues to grow: 2.1 percent more tourists in 2017 than in 2016

+++ 14/12 – According to statistics agency NSA, Namibia’s economy slips from recession into depression: 10 consecutive quarters of negative growth

+++ 13/12 – Government directive: State-owned enterprises that incur losses must, above all, reduce their personnel costs in the future

+++ 13/12 – IPPR study claims that confidence of citizens in the legal system shaken by major delays in litigation

+++ 12/12 – Paladin Group apparently avoided millions of dollars in taxes in Namibia when selling their shares in the uranium mine Langer Heinrich

+++ 12/12 – Receiver of revenue takes new system into operation: Taxpayers can submit their tax returns online from January

+++ 11/12 – International rating agency Moody’s continues to see Namibia’s credit worthiness at junk status Ba1 with negative outlook

+++ 11/12 – Air Namibia to break even within three years with a new business plan, says Minister of Public Enterprises, Jooste

+++ 10.12. – Public holiday: Day of the woman, commemoration of uprising in Windhoek 1959, International Day of Human Rights

This is a selection of the headlines of the news stories about Namibia that Bush Telegraph Namibia contributes on weekdays to the morning news (“Nachrichten am Morgen”) of the German language private radio station Hitradio Namibia in Windhoek.

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Allgemeine Zeitung (German); Namibian, Namibian Sun and New Era (English); Republikein (Afrikaans)