Team SWAPO members pick up the pieces

SWAPO Party members who competed and lost at the recently-concluded elective congress have vowed to rally behind the newly-elected leadership in order to strengthen the ruling party.

Former President Hifikepunye Pohamba has lashed out at SWAPO Party candidates vying for the ruling party’s top four positions over their mudslinging ahead of the elective congress currently underway in Windhoek.

Being SWAPO SG was tough - Mbumba

Outgoing SWAPO Secretary General, Nangolo Mbumba, has described his tenure as the administrative head of the ruling party as ‘tough years’.

Kavango war veterans feel neglected by SWAPO

Some liberation war veterans from the Kavango region have complained that the SWAPO-led Government has neglected them despite the major role they played during the liberation war.

I rebuilt SWAPO: Ivula-Ithana

SWAPO vice presidential candidate, Pendukeni Ivula-Ithana, says that it was through her hard work, determination and love for the ruling party that she turned around an ‘almost broken party’ when she served as secretary general five years ago.

SWAPO SG says goodbye

Outgoing SWAPO Party Secretary General, Nangolo Mbumba, has described how the current SWAPO congress battle has pitted him against his best friend, former Prime Minister,

NUDO accuses SWAPO of slander

National Unity Democratic Organisation (NUDO) President, Asser Mbai, has accused the SWAPO Party of running a smear campaign against the opposition party by claiming that its members were leaving in droves to join the ruling party.

DTA wants opposition to gang up on SWAPO

Official opposition party, DTA, has called for a grand coalition with other parties in a bid to unseat the ruling party during the 2019 National Assembly and Presidential elections.

SWAPO stalwarts trash Geingob

SWAPO Party Vice Presidential candidate, Pendukeni Iivula-Ithana, has accused President Hage Geingob of not being truthful about the State of the country’s economy.

Maamberua comes out guns blazing

The SWAPO-led Government’s refusal to have a public and open discussion on the number and names of people who have been resettled since independence ‘smells’ of fraud, SWANU MP, Usutuaije Maamberua, has claimed.
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