"Our suspicion that corruption is one of the biggest enemies facing our members is no longer a suspicion," the chairperson of the Namibian Manufacturers Association (NMA), Brian Black, said this morning.
“Many of our members are suffering under this evil,” Black said opening the 18th annual general meeting of the body. He described it as one of the most difficult in his experience.
In following president Hage Geingob's announcement of the Year of Introspection, Black said the industry will need to re-look the industry to answer the question: "Does Namibia really want manufacturing?"
This because, "the government is failing to honour its commitments to us," he said.
Read the full report tomorrow in Market Watch.