Football analysts and administrators have expressed mixed views on the future of Namibia football in the aftermath of MTC’s withdrawal from football.
Two months after the Namibian Government announced that it was cutting ties with two North Korean State-owned firms, which had been raking in lucrative Government
contracts, a delegation from the Asian country jetted into the Land of the Brave this week, for meetings with SWAPO and government officials.
Former Deputy Prime Minister and Rector of the SWAPO Party School, Marco Hausiku, says the institution, which aims to have its first student intake next month, will generate its own funds, in order to survive and achieve its objectives.
Banking group Standard Bank has opened a Service Centre in Ruacana, as part of its strategy to expand into the regions, catering for the unbanked.
Ananias Shitukeni (not his real name) was 31 years old in 2000, when he was stationed in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), as part of a Namibian Defence Force battalion. There, in the jungle, he saw comrades die and bullets whizz by, and he has not been the same person since.