Diana Ndimbira

Bridgehead sets record straight

Armas Amukwiyu, Chairman of the Bridgehead Group has denied allegations of misappropriation of funds as alleged by the Namibian on Wednesday.

‘Burn State House’

Front Hage 14 Nov 2014DISCONTENT continues to brew among members of the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the Swapo Party Youth League (SPYL) as it emerged this week that some members were plotting to burn down State House.

Kamwi accused of assault

THE controversy surrounding the construction of the rural water pipeline between Katima Mulilo and Ngoma intensified last week when one of the contractors Simasiku Kamwi allegedly assaulted a resident civil engineer for refusing to approve sub-standard work.

Why vote

Over the past few months many people have challenged me on the significance of voting. As the Presidential and National Assembly elections fast approaches, even those with no intention to vote have taken a keen interest on why some of us make such a fuss.

Namwandi on a collision course with Cabinet

news namwandi 07 NovtMinister of Education David Namwandi faces fierce resistance in Cabinet over his plan to renew the term of office of the Namibia Training Authority (NTA) board after it expired in August.

Pohamba voted most trusted president

Namibians have rated President Hifikepunye Pohamba as the most trustworthy president compared to Founding President Sam Nujoma and current presidential campaign front-runner President Hage Geingob.

Swapo has a Mugabe agenda: Mudge

REPUBLICAN Party president Henk Mudge has accused the Swapo-led Government of deliberately impoverishing Namibians to make them completely dependent on Government.

Naanda suspended for insubordination

FRONT naanda 31OctTransNamib Managing Director (MD) Sara Naanda has been suspended for insubordination, the company’s Board said Thursday.

The bipolar 2014 election

THE build up to this year’s Presidential and National Assembly elections appears to have become somewhat of a rollercoaster ride, with lofty highs and extreme lows especially for the opposition parties who seem to have gone AWOL.

Kapere threatens to sue NEFF

2nd Front kapere 24 OctTHE Executive Chairperson of the National Youth Council Mandela Kapere has sought legal advice following accusations by members of the Namibian Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) that he is part of a group plotting their assassinations.

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