+++ 7/12 – International Monetary Fund sees biggest risks to Namibia’s creditworthiness in debts of state-owned enterprises and municipalities

+++ 7/12 – Namibia Airports Company must submit an action plan by March to improve safety at the International Airport near Windhoek

+++ 6/12 – President Geingob pays tribute to the social responsibility of the French automaker group PSA at the official opening of the vehicle assembly plant in Walvis Bay

+++ 6/12 – New debts of households and companies continues to decline, according to the central bank

+++ 5/12 – Finance Minister Schlettwein challenges in the Supreme Court a judgment of the High Court on the new Reinsurance Act

+++ 5/12 – Police of Erongo region lament lack of resources and call on all citizens to assist during the holiday season

+++ 4/12 – Finance Minister Schlettwein presents board of new state agency Namra for collecting taxes

+++ 4/12 – New CEO of the City of Swakopmund, Archie Benjamin, wants to promote development of the coastal town

+++ 3/12 – Governing Swapo raises bar of minimum requirements for its top positions

+++ 3/12 – First Lady Monica Geingos joins police for patrols on streets of Windhoek

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).

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