• 20
  • Apr
Some drums must be continually sounded; the cacophony against poverty in Namibia is one of those reverberations that must never slack off. 
  • 13
  • Apr
Notwithstanding the president’s statements about corruption in this week’s State of the Nation Address (SONA),
  • 06
  • Apr
The importance of the president’s official visit to China cannot be understated. 
  • 29
  • Mar
As our 28th independence celebration applause dies down, a sober look at how the world sees Namibia as a nation, not only how our leaders see us, is in order.
  • 29
  • Mar
As our 28th independence celebration applause dies down, a sober look at how the world sees Namibia as a nation, not only how our leaders see us, is in order.
  • 23
  • Mar
This week, we read with chagrin that Advocate Vicki ya Toivo who is the widow of one of the greatest heroes of Namibia, has been ‘re’ resettled on unit A of Farm Joyce measuring 2,376 hectares in the Omaheke region.
  • 16
  • Mar
Official opposition leader, McHenry Venaani, was quoted by the State-owned daily New Era decrying the two centers of power in the Namibia Central Intelligence Service (NCIS). 
  • 09
  • Mar
We are concerned that the German Ambassador to Namibia, Christian Schlaga, may be inappropriately inserting himself into the very sensitive issue of genocide and reparations where his role as a policy implementer and not as a policy maker, should restrain him.
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