NEFF to push for decentralisation ‘…ruined by Swapo’s political sabotage’ - Riruako

December 06th, 2019
The Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) has named the ...

Ekandjo resigns from current Parliament

December 06th, 2019
Long-standing Parliamentarian for the former minister, Jerry Ekandjo ...

Swapo silence on Fishrot slammed

December 06th, 2019
The ruling Swapo party’s silence on allegations that it may have ...

Record bail amounts anticipated in ‘fishrot’

November 29th, 2019
As the six accused in the ‘fishrot’ saga are set to appear in Court ...

Standard Bank questioned over alleged N$7 million nepotism deal …as Mobipay deal is questioned

November 29th, 2019
Standard Bank Namibia is alleged to have awarded business valued at ...

Swapo and Geingob march to victory, so far …as Itula scoops Khomas and Erongo

November 29th, 2019
The 2019 Presidential and National Assembly elections took place on ...

After the victory, comes the battle

November 22nd, 2019
We can state with some confidence that Hage Geingob will win the ...
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  • Pundits differ on nationalisation
    • Friday, 06 December 2019

    Political analyst Frederico Links has rubbished as a bad idea the call for the nationalisation of Namibian natural resources. He says that doing this will cause even more damage because state service delivery failure is a primary contributor to the hardship Namibians are already experiencing.

  • SPYL to lobby for youth MPs positions
    • Friday, 06 December 2019

    With opposition political parties leading the pack in regards to the infusion of young people within their parties’ leadership positions, the Swapo Party Youth League is considering whether to lobby the mother body for the future introduction of a quota system that will ensure the higher placement of younger people on the Parliamentary list.

  • Itula meetings will not disrupt the peace
    • Friday, 06 December 2019

    The news circulating on social media platforms claiming that the planned march and meetings of former independent presidential candidate Dr Panduleni Itula in Windhoek and Oshakati are meant to bring civil unrest, is patently incorrect according to one of organisers of the events. 



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