Itula does not need me - Nahas

As an independent presidential candidate, Panduleni Itula’s campaign is gaining momentum,  top SWAPO leaders are evasive on whether or not they are rallying behind him.  

Ondangwa protest vote weighs heavy

With all due respect to the talent and good character of Angelina Immanuel, we see the more than 1,400 votes garnered in her name in the June 15th Ondangwa Urban Constituency by elections as a protest vote representative of a SWAPO vs SWAPO outcry that demonstrates continued discontent within the party.  We believe her participation in the election is a watershed event and she is to be congratulated for her efforts.  However, the votes won under her name were likely not due specifically to her leadership or personal support base. 

‘SWAPO Think Tank conflicted’

The newly-constituted ruling SWAPO Party Think Tank has members who are clearly conflicted as some of them are employed by the state, political analyst Henning Melber said this week.

‘Irresponsible SWAPO hampering development’

Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) Secretary General, Manuel Ngaringombe, has come out guns blazing, accusing the ruling SWAPO Party and its councilors in Okahandja and Rundu of hampering the delivery of quality services to rate payers because of their internal squabbles.

Swapo MP angry over censorship

Anger is brewing among some Swapo Members of Parliament over the party’s stance of censoring them in parliament.

SWAPO to elect new leaders

In a rather surprising and unprecedented move, the ruling SWAPO Party has announced that it will hold a new round of elections in October, less than a year after party leaders were voted into office. In a rather surprising and unprecedented move, the ruling SWAPO Party has announced that it will hold a new round of elections in October, less than a year after party leaders were voted into office. 

Book Review: Oiva Angula – SWAPO captive

Oiva Angula’s new book, SWAPO captive:  A comrade’s experience of betrayal and torture is an informational piece of a larger mosaic that makes up the history of the Namibian independence struggle.

LPM accuses SWAPO of sabotage

The Landless People’s Movement (LPM) has alleged that a SWAPO councilor in Otjiwarongo is preventing it from registering new members in the town.

Nghidinwa never demanded front row seat - SWAPO

SWAPO Secretary General, Sophia Shaningwa, has described the late former Cabinet minister, Rosalia Nghidinwa, as an unwavering patriot who never demanded a front row seat.

SWAPO has run out of ideas - LPM

Deputy leader and chief strategist of the Landless People’s Movement (LPM), Henny Seibeb,
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