+++ 27/04 – Now it’s official: The editor-in-chief of the Allgemeine Zeitung, Stefan Fischer, leaves Namibia with his family and moves to Austria

+++ 27/04 – Van Zyl’s pass in northwestern Namibia has recently been blocked by a car wreck, making it even more difficult to negotiate than before

+++ 26/04 – Government wants to build hundreds of cheap houses in Gobabis and Grootfontein with interest-free million-credit from China

+++ 26/04 – Private person in Austria bought rhino marble sculpture, which has been standing at the entrance of FNB in the center of Windhoek for months

+++ 25/04 – Start of trial on VAT fraud by Angolans and Namibians: potential damage estimated 210 million Namibia Dollar – far more than previously thought

+++ 25/04 – Ministry of Works wants to fill 280 vacancies that are crucial to the functioning of the authority

+++ 24/04 – Parastatal Agro Marketing and Trade Agency (AMTA) leases a center for fresh produce of small farmers in Ongwediva to a South African wholesaler for a ridiculous rate

+++ 24/04 – After a robbery coastal town of Swakopmund warns tourists against perky criminals

+++ 23/04 – High Court to decide end of May whether weekly Patriot may publish its article on alleged corruption in the secret service

+++ 23/04 – Electricity Control Board caps raise of electricity rate by state-owned NamPower to five percent

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.

Full news stories on Hitradio Namibia (in German only).

Current reports (weekdays):
Allgemeine Zeitung (German); Namibian, Namibian Sun and New Era (English); Republikein (Afrikaans)