• 27
  • Nov

It is the democratic right of every Namibian citizen to approach the courts to seek relief whenever they feel aggrieved.

  • 21
  • Nov

Recent media reports alleging that Black Africa supremo Ranga Haikali is not eligible to contest for the position of NFA president because he has not been in the NFA structure for long are rather disturbing.

  • 14
  • Nov

The resignation of the Swapo Party Youth League Spokesperson Job Amupanda and his subsequent suspension by the ruling party comes as no surprise to anyone.

  • 07
  • Nov

The City of Windhoek Mayor Agnes Kafula hogged the limelight this week for all the wrong reasons after she first offered prime residential land to Big Brother Africa 2013 winner Dillish Mathews at a giveaway price.

  • 31
  • Oct

Swapo’s Regional Council candidate for the Windhoek West Constituency George Trepper, who is the husband to the former Mayor of Windhoek Elaine Trepper, has also started on the slippery slope of empty election promises by promising cheap land.

  • 24
  • Oct

Kudos to the Namibian Government, the Namibia Football Association (NFA) and their sponsors for hosting a successful TN Mobile CAF African Women Championship that ends this Saturday.

  • 17
  • Oct

The decisive action taken by Prime Minister Hage Geingob when he directed the cancellation and re-advertising of part of the controversial N$3 billion food tender won him some few brownie points.

  • 10
  • Oct

The much touted presence of firebrand South African politician Julius Malema at the Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) election manifesto launch in Windhoek on Saturday is akin to flogging a dead horse.


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