• 13
  • Jul
Going after kapana ladies, hair dressers, shebeen owners and self-employed local plumbers is not the way to save the economy. 
  • 22
  • Jun
We have expressed our concerns before about a government that appears too detached from the needs of the average citizen and we are forced by recent statements and economic developments to revisit that issue. 
  • 08
  • Jun
Speaking at the opening of a new abattoir in Outapi, the Minister of Agriculture, Water and Forestry, Alpheus !Naruseb, said this week  that localisation would be a game-changer for Namibia and that it could bolster the economy.
  • 01
  • Jun
We rise in qualified support of the tenacious efforts of the Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Bernard Esau in his on-going efforts to strengthen his sector,
  • 24
  • May
AR firebrand, Job Amupanda, is hot on the case of government for its failure to implement the apartheid era 1977 Rent Control Ordinance.
  • 18
  • May
This week’s police action against a reportedly notorious armed robber, Sakaria Amateta (aka Kablou) which resulted in the accused criminal’s death,
  • 11
  • May
The recently announced streamlining of qualification criteria for the pilot food bank in Windhoek is not a surprise to us. 
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