• 05
  • Oct
The Windhoek Club will celebrate 100 years on Saturday at the Maerua Mall Rooftop in Windhoek, bringing together old, present and new members.
  • 05
  • Oct
More than 100 “hungry” Children of the Liberation Struggle, also known as ‘Struggle kids’, invaded Windhoek’s Independence Avenue on Tuesday where they begged motorists for money.
  • 05
  • Oct
The current economic recession in Namibia has negatively affected sales at the ongoing Windhoek Industrial and Agricultural Show as many exhibitors say they have recorded losses since the opening of the show on September 28th.
  • 05
  • Oct
Cabinet recently approved the adoption of the road safety charter which will require bodies responsible for road safety to be housed under one empowered lead agency.
  • 05
  • Oct
Political commentator and academic, Henning Melber, says government should correct the land dispossession that happened under German and South African colonial rule by restoring land rights to communities most affected.
  • 05
  • Oct
City of Windhoek Chief Executive Officer, Robert Kahimise, has been accused of double standards after he received a study loan in hard currency without authorization from councillors.
  • 05
  • Oct
Agribank announced this week that it has intensified its debt collection drive in a bid to recover N$600 million it is owed by defaulting farmers.
The Windhoek Observer reported in July that Agribank had halted the planned sale of two farms in the Otjozondjupa Region at the eleventh hour after the owners settled their arrears with the agriculture lender.
  • 28
  • Sep
Ordinary Namibians feel that if handled correctly, the Second National Land Conference can resolve multiple issues that the country has faced since independence.
  • 28
  • Sep
Otjozondjupa councillors have written to the Ministry of Land Reform expressing their displeasure with the names of participants that will represent the region at next week’s Second National Land Conference in Windhoek.
  • 28
  • Sep
This opinion piece deals with the issue of restorative justice within the context of land reform in Namibia from a human rights perspective.
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