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Xaris MD hits back at allegations
Since the announcement that energy company, Xaris won the tender for the construction of a 250mW power plant in the Erongo Region, Nampower and in particular Xaris, have been dominating headlines in recent weeks.

Nominations for Businesswoman of the Year now open
The Economist Businesswomen Projects officially launched the Namibian Businesswoman of the Year Award 2015 this week announcing that nominations are now open.

Agra Christens Lafrenz Site
[Namibia Economist] This week, an exuberant Agra management received its new Lafrenz site from Namibia Construction, one year and nine months after breaking ground. The building was designed by architect Axel Dainat.
Nedbank Go Green Fund Mag Launched
[Namibia Economist] This week Nedbank Namibia launched the Go Green Fund Special Edition Conservation Magazine at the Namibia Nature Foundation Conservation Week. The Go Green Fund Special Edition showcases some of the projects that have been supported county wide for the past 14 years. It is published by Venture Publications.
Foot and Mouth Disease Detected in Ohangwena and Oshikoto
[Namibia Economist] Cases of Foot and Mouth disease have been detected at Ondama Yomunghete Crushpen, Okalupalona and Onehanga crush pens in the Okongo Constituency of the Ohangewena region with a second outbreak detected at Okalongo village in the Okankolo constituency of the Oshikoto region.
Reflecting On President Geingob's First SONA - Part I
[New Era] Exactly one month after the third President of the Republic of Namibia, Hage Geingob, swore solemnly to defend the Namibian Constitution and protect all Namibian inhabitants, he took the National Assembly by a storm by introducing a presidential style that the nation has not seen before.
Drone Regulation Setting Advanced
[Namibia Economist] Aviation fanatics will be pleased to note that the Directorate of Civil Aviation is preparing regulations that will guide the use of unmanned aerial vehicles popularly known as drones. This follows the signing of regulations by South African Minister of Transport, Dipuo Peters last week.
Informal Traders Export Goods Worth Millions
[New Era] Windhoek -In addition to the N$64.5 billion worth of goods that Namibia exported last year, is the N$12.258 million worth of goods exported by the often-ignored informal traders commonly seen at various border posts with huge loads of goods on bicycles and wheelbarrows.
Biodiversity Conservation Project Launched
[Namibia Economist] The Ministry of Environment and Tourism together with the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) on Wednesday this week launched the Resource Mobilisation for Biodiversity Conservation (ResMob) Project.
Court Upholds Axing of 297 Novanam Workers
[New Era] L├╝deritz -!Nami#nus Constituency Councillor Jan Scholtz has learnt with shock that the 297 Novanam factory workers suspended in July 2012 due to theft have officially been dismissed.
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