• 12
  • Jun

Job Amupanda has been making the headlines since last November when he led a three man gang to occupy land in the Kleine Kuppe suburb of Windhoek in a show of defiance.

  • 05
  • Jun

The recent gesture by Cabinet to reward the conquering Brave Warriors with N$1.2 million should be commended by any right thinking member of our society.

  • 29
  • May

The dust refuses to settle over the proposed N$3.1 billion Sandpiper Marine Phosphate Project, a project that has divided environmentalists, the fishing industry and those in Government.

  • 22
  • May

The president has finally declared his assets just as he promised during his maiden State of the Nation address last month.

  • 15
  • May

Decades have passed since John F. Kennedy made his famous statement, “My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”

  • 08
  • May

The recent outcry by opposition parties over the “exorbitant” election registration fees for fielding candidates in the upcoming regional elections is but a storm in a tea cup.

  • 30
  • Apr

Various media outlets have on several occasions questioned the relationship between the former Works and Transport Minister Erkki Nghimtina and the embattled former RCC acting CEO Pieter Oosthuizen.

  • 24
  • Apr

President Hage Geingob has been on a charm offensive since he took over power just over a month ago.


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