• 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.
  • 15
  • Dec
As 2017 draws to a close, State House held its annual review, with the main aim to reflect on the year gone by and to give a glimpse of the road ahead.
  • 01
  • Dec
The Sixth SWAPO Party Elective Congress is over and the flood waters of haggling, discussions, open politics, debates and clashing perspectives are receding.
  • 01
  • Dec
When we see the continuing swirl of controversy, crises, financial calamity and inefficiencies around SOEs (or Public Enterprises) in Namibia, we remain baffled by the unexplained delays in passage of amendments to the Public Enterprises Act which has left Leon Jooste’s ministry high and dry.
  • 24
  • Nov
In 2012, in an interview with this newspaper, former President Hifikepunye Pohamba told us in regards to his preferences for the congress that year that, “Hage is my choice…but I am prepared to work with anyone.”
  • 17
  • Nov
In the political search for finger holds for criticism against the vibrant Team SWAPO juxtaposed against Team Hage, the next issue rearing its ugly head is an unfounded accusation of tribalism. 
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