• 16
  • Mar
Official opposition leader, McHenry Venaani, was quoted by the State-owned daily New Era decrying the two centers of power in the Namibia Central Intelligence Service (NCIS). 
  • 09
  • Mar
We are concerned that the German Ambassador to Namibia, Christian Schlaga, may be inappropriately inserting himself into the very sensitive issue of genocide and reparations where his role as a policy implementer and not as a policy maker, should restrain him.
  • 05
  • Mar
We remain in support of the National Equitable Economic Empowerment Framework (NEEEF) and applaud that a bill will be tabled in Parliament this year. 
  • 23
  • Feb
Last week, Werner Januarie, the head of the Namibia Transport and Taxi Union (NTTU) called for a 20 percent increase in fares for minibuses and regular taxis.
  • 09
  • Feb
We are concerned about the recently disclosed N$45 million acquisition of Oropoko Game Lodge outside of Okahandja by the Ministry of Defence.
  • 02
  • Feb
We were encouraged when President Hage Geingob travelled to the just ended AU Summit using commercial flights. 
  • 19
  • Jan
The demand by the Ovaherero and Nama people for restitution over the atrocities committed by German colonial forces in the then South-West Africa is nothing new,
  • 12
  • Jan
With education being a key contributor to the growth of any economy, the 2013 decision by Government to introduce free primary education brought much-needed relief to multitudes of parents that had been battling to send their children to school.
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