• 26
  • Oct

The Cabinet announcement that Government will subsidise water supply to roughly 84,000 impoverished households comes as welcome relief to a thirsty land.

  • 19
  • Oct

NOT so very long ago senior Swapo leaders called for an orderly succession process to choose the party’s next president-in-waiting, using what they described as a system of ‘guided democracy’.

  • 12
  • Oct

THE more things change, the more they tend to slide backwards. This seems to be the case with the Swapo Party Youth League (SPYL).

  • 05
  • Oct

These days you criticise MTC at your own peril, especially if you are in the media. The same pretty well applies to Telecom Namibia.

  • 28
  • Sep

IN Namibia, abortion is only permitted on medical grounds – that is when the continued pregnancy of a women endangers her physical or mental well-being or that of her unborn baby.

  • 28
  • Sep

Julius Malema, or Juju, as he is fondly known, is an interesting character indeed. The former ANC Youth League (ANCYL) leader is still blazing a trail months after his removal from the leadership of the youth organisation.

  • 28
  • Sep

Director-General of the National Planning Commission Tom Alweendo this week expressed concern about the country’s precipitous decline in international business competitiveness rankings.

  • 21
  • Sep

With the wonders of modern medicine, people in most countries no longer regard becoming ill as a catastrophe, or as inevitably fatal.
Unfortunately, one cannot say the same about the situation in Namibia.

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