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Week in Review 3 December 2022

The big story locally this week is that Deputy Prime Minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah is now Swapo's frontrunner to succeed President Hage Geingob in the 2024 elections. Regionally, the #CashFoundindTheSofaScandal could bring down SA’s President, Cyril Ramaphosa BUT South Africa's finance minister says should Ramaphosa resign, the economic policy won’t change. Get the latest news, views, and interviews in your Week in Review.

Tim Harris at the NACF

David spoke to Consulum's Tim Harris at the Namibia Aviation and Connectivity Forum about route development, connectivity, the vast potential that exists in Namibia's aviation sector, and what needs to be done to take full advantage of it.

Week in Review 12 November 2022

With the G20 meeting scheduled for next week Monday, U.S. President Joe Biden is planning to meet with China's Xi Jinping in hopes of addressing "the Taiwan issue", and human rights matters. At home, a breakthrough for expectant fathers, as paternal leave debuts in Arandis. Then, the crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo rages on. All that and more in this weekend's edition of your Week in Review.

Namibia Aviation Forum Interview: Gitta Paetzold

The very first Aviation Forum takes place in Windhoek from the 16th of November. Stakeholders from across the tourism, aviation and associated sectors have been encouraged to participate. Future Media's Deon van Rensburg spoke to Gitta Paetzold, CEO of the Hospitality Association of Namibia, about the value of the forum for the Hospitality industry.
Namibia Aviation Forum Website

Week in Review 5 November 2022

The UK's Prime Minister has made a U-turn! He will be attending the COP27 climate change conference this weekend after all. Back home, Namibians are up in arms over the Road Fund Administration's proposed toll gates for 23 road sections. And, the global diesel shortage is causing quite a ruckus BUT is NOT affecting Namibia. Find out what the Ministry of Mines and Energy has to say regarding the matter, in this weekend's edition of WIR>

Namibia Aviation Forum Interview: Luzé Kloppers

The Aviation and Sustainability Forum, the first of its kind in Namibia, will see industry players discuss and plan the future of Namibian aviation.

Luzé Kloppers-Mouton is one of the organizers of the event. How 'green' is the Namibian aviation industry? Luzé discusses the sustainability of aviation in Namibia - now and in the future?
Namibia Aviation Forum Website

Namibia Aviation Forum Interview: Dan Kamati

The very first Aviation and Connectivity Forum takes place in Windhoek from the 16th till the 20th of November. Future Media's Deon van Rensburg spoke with Dan Kamati, Marketing Officer of the Namibia Airports Company. Mr. Kamati explains why the discussions anticipated at this event are so crucial for the Namibian aviation industry, and highlights the work that is being done by industry experts in the lead-up to the event.
Namibia Aviation Forum Website

Week in Review - 28 October 2022

Some good news for the affected communities is that Germany has agreed to revisit and re-negotiate the N$ 18 billion 1904-1908 genocide reparations. Then, SA is on a terror alert this weekend, following a warning from the U.S., and Lesotho has a new Prime Minister. Listen to the stories that made headline's in this week's edition of the 'Week in Review'.

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