Daily Archives: July 4, 2013

Minister of Works and Transport confirms that a forensic audit into Air Namibia’s financial state of affairs has commenced

WINDHOEK: The Minister of Works and Transport, Erkki Nghimtina has confirmed that a forensic audit into Air Namibia’s financial state of affairs has commenced, saying progress so far is ‘quite satisfactory’.

The minister’s confirmation in …

Namibian Government was dealt a heavy blow when it lost a legal court challenge on the awarding of the Neckartal Dam construction tender to an unsuccessful tenderer

WINDHOEK: The Namibian Government was dealt a heavy blow today when it lost a legal court challenge on the awarding of the Neckartal Dam construction tender to an unsuccessful tenderer who had vied for the …

Doctors treating Nelson Mandela says he was in a ‘permanent vegetative state’ and advised his family to turn off his life support machine

JOHANNESBURG: Doctors treating Nelson Mandela said he was in a ‘permanent vegetative state’ and advised his family to turn off his life support machine, according to court documents dated June 26, obtained by AFP today.…

Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court rejects government appeal to delay a July 31 general election

HARARE: Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court rejected a series of government appeals today to delay a July 31 general election in order to allow more time for reform of the security forces and state media.

Chief Justice …

Egypt’s army rounded up leadership of ousted president Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood as a top judge took office

CAIRO: Egypt’s army rounded up the leadership of ousted president Mohamed Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood today as a top judge took office after an abrupt end to the Islamist’s first year in power.

Morsi’s government unravelled …