Namibia’s over reliance on power imports in the medium term to keep the lights on, remains under threat as major exporters of power to the country battle load shedding in their respective countries.  Neighboring South Africa is battling cuts which have plunged most of the country into regular rounds of darkness.
As Namibia commemorates the 60th anniversary of the Old Location massacre, a new personality has emerged to claim he was a main protagonist in the turn of events that led to the 10th December 1959 massacre – complementing the legacy of celebrated struggle stalwart Rosa Kakurukaze Mungunda.
A large number of 21 properties belonging to the alleged perpetrators in the ‘fishrot’ fishing quota scandal has been attached by the Anti-Corruption Commission of Namibia (ACC), as the investigations into their bribery and money laundering charges gains momentum.
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