• 02
  • Aug
President Mnangwaga of Zimbabwe gave a very startling response when he was quizzed by a journalist at State House in Windhoek last week on whether the land has become more productive since they took it back (from white Zimbabweans).
  • 26
  • Jul
The former Minister of Education and Hardap Regional Governor, Katrina Hanse-Himarwa, was recently convicted of corruption, the High Court found she had improperly used her influence as a Regional Governor to put her relatives on a list of public housing beneficiaries, leaving more deserving families out in the cold.
Not surprisingly, she resigned not long after the guilty verdict was handed down.
  • 26
  • Jul
We all know our beloved country claims to be an advocate for human rights. But does this apply to all of us? Or just the “normal” people our society deems fit.
  • 26
  • Jul
I must scream from the top of my lungs about the greatest threat to the Republic of Namibia.  This is not a reading society and that must change.  Namibia can become a failed state if we do not READ more and learn what is going on around us.  
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