Salvadoran court releases woman wrongfully imprisoned after obstetric emergency

Following 11 years of wrongful imprisonment after suffering an obstetric emergency, the Salvadoran Supreme Court of Justice (CSJ) and the Ministry of Justice and Public Safety commuted a Salvadoran woman’s sentence and released her today. In their decision, the court stated that there was insufficient scientific evidence to determine that she took any voluntary actions…

New Safaris and Tour Operator Orlando Safaris launches in Namibia and delivers the epitome of luxury

Orlando Safaris opens its doors to domestic and foreign tourists as a safari speccialist and tour operator.  The Namibian owned and operated company offers a full service for arranging and booking safaris, throughout Nambia and has its own highly trained staff.  Orlando Safaris runs its administration and bookings operations locally from its iffices in Windhoek.…

First National Bank Namibia Group Interim Results Resilient in Tough Times

With mid-year headline earnings of N$520 million in the current economic landscape, FNB Namibia Holdings maintained its leadership role in the financial services sector delivering above industry Business and Consumer support in lending, and an encouraging growth in its deposit-taking franchises, despite ongoing funding pressure in the market and rising impairments. Local economic growth in…