Twenty five years after independence we seem to have found no solution to the water and electricity challenges that continue to haunt our arid to semi-arid country.
The time has come for government to slow down on all the promises and the raising of expectations, and rather start telling us how it intends to fund some of these exciting national projects.
This Wednesday we paid homage to our fallen heroes and heroines who paid the ultimate sacrifice in the fight against the German colonial forces and the South African Apartheid regime.
President Hage Geingob delivered his maiden speech at the 35th Ordinary Summit of Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Heads of State and Government, in Gaborone, Botswana on Monday.
The official opposition party DTA has been in the news lately for all the wrong reasons following the five-year suspension handed to the party’s Secretary General Vinsent Kanyetu.
Namibia seems to be losing the fight against gender based violence (GBV) after another life was cut short this past weekend.
Last week’s historic agreement between Government led by President Hage Geingob and the Affirmative Repositioning movement should be commended by every right thinking member of the Namibian society.
The ill-conceived notion that people will wake up on 31 July and occupy Municipal or Government land without paying compensation is a giant con being peddled by the AR movement.
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