Geingob must stop beating tribalism drum - analysts

nationalPresident Hage Geingob’s speech at the opening of Parliament this week, has received mixed reactions from the opposition and from analysts, who implored him to address issues that are being raised by his detractors, without dismissing them as “tribalist”.

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Untouchable’ council employee gloats to residents

Rehoboth residents are up in arms after suspended council employee, Charles Witbeen, who stands accused of two cases of theft involving the sale of municipal erven, brazenly addressed a recent community meeting, where he claimed to be representing town council Chief Executive Officer, Christoph /Uirab.

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Katjavivi on budget cuts, Land Bill and asset declarations

Following the opening of the Fifth Session of the Sixth Parliament on Tuesday, National Assembly Speaker, Professor Peter Katjavivi (PK), sat down with Windhoek Observer journalist, Sonja Smith (SS), to field several questions, including on the current economic crisis, the asset declarations of MPs and what Bills would be tabled in Parliament this year.

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