Windhoek Observer

The flood is over

The Sixth SWAPO Party Elective Congress is over and the flood waters of haggling, discussions, open politics, debates and clashing perspectives are receding.
Meat processing and marketing company, Meatco, and the ministries of agriculture and public enterprises have been dragged to court by a group of disgruntled farmers,

Katutura residents protest against evictions

Scores of residents of Katutura Compound held a march in Windhoek on Thursday, expressing their displeasure at being evicted from the houses which were built by Nasboker, the forerunner to the National Housing Enterprise.

Hangula reflects on 24 years at UNAM

As the long-serving University of Namibia (UNAM) Vice Chancellor, Lazarus Hangula (LH), prepares for his exit, he is content that he has done his best to leave behind a strong,

Consumers offered  incentives to stimulate spending

With the economy in a slowdown, the financial and retailer industries are offering incentives to stimulate consumer spending.

Be Santa on Christmas

I remember when I was a child; the anticipation of Christmas and Santa bringing presents was one of the best memories of the year.

We do it to ourselves

What are we doing to ourselves?  When we look at Rhino poaching, foreigners owning land, overseas entities involved in business sectors or other

The unfulfilled promise

When we see the continuing swirl of controversy, crises, financial calamity and inefficiencies around SOEs (or Public Enterprises) in Namibia, we remain baffled by the unexplained delays in passage of amendments to the Public Enterprises Act which has left Leon Jooste’s ministry high and dry.
The National Art Gallery of Namibia (NAGN) invites all artists to submit artwork for consideration for the ‘Booth Exhibition.’

Sally drops another hit album

Sally Boss Madam has dropped another hit album entitled My Black. The 15-track album - Sally’s first online album - was released on Thursday, 28 November.
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The Windhoek Observer is an English-language weekly newspaper, published in Namibia by Paragon Investment Holding. It is the country's oldest and largest circulating weekly.

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