Incentives could stem brain drain in teaching

August 18, 2015, 9:15am

Incentives could stem brain drain in teaching

The government is being urged to better reward and recognise teachers’ contributions to education to stem an ever growing teacher crisis in public schools.

 

 

Banks have enough foreign currency, says BAN

Windhoek The Bankers’ Association of Namibia (BAN) says it has taken note of a general perception in the market of an apparent shortage of foreign currency cash, with an emphasis on US Dollar notes.

 

 

Agra’s biggest branch ready for grand opening

WindhoekAgra’s newest and biggest branch is in the home stretch of preparations for its grand opening. 

 

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