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  • More Job Attachment Opportunities Needed

    The Namibia Training Authority (NTA)'s chief executive officer, Jerry Beukes, has appealed to businesses in the Zambezi region, especially those in the tourism and hospitality industries, to become the authority's job attachment partners. Read More
  • Nghimtina Speaks of Social Justice and Decent Work

    Labour, industrial relations and employment creation minister Erkki Nghimtina says when the government, employers and workers come together to seek consensus on work-related matters, they must always be guided by the requirements of social justice and decent work.

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  • Charges against IIukena Dropped

    All disciplinary charges laid against Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Service Permanent Secretary Alfred Ilukena have been dropped, the acting Secretary to Cabinet, Bro-Matthew Shinguandja, said.

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  • 6 Months to Apply for Tax Reprieve

    Finance minister Calle Schlettwein yesterday said those who owe the government money in unpaid taxes have six months to apply to have their debts written off.

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  • Over 8,000 Children Working in Delhi Garment Factories

    Over 8,000 children are working in garment factories in different parts of the national capital, an NGO report has revealed. The report, titled 'The Hidden Workforce', by NGO Save the Children, was today released by Delhi Minister for Women and Child Development Sandeep Kumar..

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  • UN uses Food Aid to Fight against Child Labour in Egypt

    Almost 24,000 Egyptian children have received school meals and rations for their families under a scheme to prevent youngsters in the poorest areas from dropping out of school and working, UN and EU officials said. More than a quarter of Egypt`s 82 million citizens live below the poverty line, according to the World Bank.

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  • Youth Employment an ‘absolute priority’ in Latin Americacopy

    Innovative solutions” with a concrete action plan are crucial to tackle youth employment challenge in Latin America, the Director-General of the United Nations’ International Labour Organization (ILO) told representatives at the 9th Ibero-American Conference of Ministers of Labour, recently held in Colombia.

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President Geingob says NDP5 will bring Namibia much closer in realising Vision 2030.

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Geingob Unveils N$164 billion NDP5

NDP51The National Planning Commission (NPC) has confirmed that President Geingob will launch the Fifth National Development Plan (NDP5) to which government has committed N$164,2 billion over the next five years.

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