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New Era Newspaper Monday March 19, 2018

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New Era Newspaper Monday March 19,

Vol. 23 No. 135 Windhoek, Namibia Monday, March 19 2018 ‘We’ll paint Namibia yellow’ - Vaino Desie Heita Windhoek For businessman Vaino Nghipondoka, entering the telecommunications market is a corporate vision and strategy that has Investment Holdings, the company that owns owns 30 percent of We will give consumer innovative products – Shilunga Desie Heita Windhoek Investment Holdings says the company will focus on offering innovative value-added services and products to the telecommunications market. VaINO on page 2 ShILuNga on page 2 Inside today Geingob urges lawmakers to expedite Africa visa process President Hage Geingob has urged lawmakers to honour a Cabinet resolution and Africa Union (AU) Agenda 2063 by speeding up the process of abolishing travel restrictions for diplomat passport holders. Page 3 Namibia urged to account for informal sector A national intervention is needed for the country to account for the economic activities that are taking place in the informal sector and their contribution to the national coffers. Page 9 Namibian black-owned firms enter mobile telecoms Who is who… Namibia’s landscape is set to be transformed as new cellular phone operators set up their cellphone stations across the country to be in business as of end of June. So long, Nora… President Hage Geingob paying his last respects at the burial of Nora Schimming-Chase at Farm De Rust on Saturday. Photo: Emmency Nuukala Subsidiary of Profile Investment Holdings Owned by Vaino Nghipondoka Has been operating since 2012 Beat competition to acquire Desie Heita Windhoek P Investment Holdings are two Lahja Nashuuta Windhoek Vaino Nghipondoka Hundreds of Namibians from all walks of life turned up at Farm Schimming-Chase on Saturday. President Hage Geingob, First Lady Monica Geingos, Werner Shilunga Demshi Investment Holdings Owned by Werner Shilunga licence in 2017 Shilunga has interests in renewable energy and oil set to enter Namibia’s largely monopolistic mobile network industry from July this year, at a time when in a web resulting from a scramble over its ownership. tELECOMS on page 2 Nation bids farewell to Schimming-Chase Prime Minster Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila, Speaker of the National Assembly Peter McHenry Venaani, as well as several foreign diplomats to Namibia, were among those who braved the hot sun to pay their last respects. farEwELL on page 2

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