The now defunct Ministry of Public Enterprises or the TransNamib board should consider instituting disciplinary action against employees and executives who failed to meet their performance indicators says a leaked dossier compiled by audit firm, Ernst & Young. Last year, the Namibia press agency reported that over-compensation of non-performing executives was one of the major issues at the broke entity. Each executive is believed to have be taking home no less than N$ 120 000 in monthly remuneration and were also paid performance bonuses despite there being no performance management system in place. Now, EY wants the TN board to go after these executives.