When we talk about corruption, the land issue and mismanagement problems in Namibia, these accusations are always focused on black people in political office, local Government or businesses. We reject this limited scope. Failure to fully identify a problem means failure to come up with viable solutions.
Political analysts believe that the five-day community meeting that started in Kavango West this week, is a sign that President Hage Geingob could have ‘failed’ in his attempt to convince traditional leaders to back him publicly at the upcoming SWAPO Party congress slated for November.
Twenty-two-year-old Linus Shaumbua refuses to be veered off his course and is determined to make something of his life, as he works as a security guard at night, while aggressively pursuing his studies during the day. The shy young man, who was raised by his mother, grew up in abject poverty, but wants a better life for himself and his family.