• 27
  • Jun

Today when you pick your copy of the Windhoek Observer, you will no doubt be surprised at how different the newspaper looks and feels – but pleasantly surprised we hope.

  • 13
  • Jun

A former Namibian diplomat recently made an unusually perceptive observation.

  • 06
  • Jun

If nothing else Minister of Health and Social Services Richard Kamwi appears to have badly compromised his position as a Cabinet minister in President Hifikepunye Pohamba’s Government.

  • 30
  • May

The celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Organisation of African Union (OAU) and its successor the African Union (AU) last Saturday provided African leaders with a wonderful occasion for self-congratulatory speeches and mutual backslapping.

  • 23
  • May

The announcement by HRT this week that it has discovered oil in Namibia is perhaps a reason for cautious optimism about Namibia’s energy future.

  • 16
  • May

International investors are said to be wary of bringing their investments to Namibia because of unstable labour relations and low productivity of the country’s workforce.

  • 10
  • May

One sometimes despairs at the direction urban development has taken in Windhoek.

  • 02
  • May

The recent call for Government to reintroduce Bible studies in the country’s schools is troubling on many levels.

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