• 25
  • Oct
As national elections approach, we are concerned about the increasing number of comments, text messages, letters, social media commentary and ‘street talk’ about not voting in November. 
  • 25
  • Oct
When you think of a country’s water resources, you may not realise that there are many kinds. Some is surface water, such as dams and rivers. There’s also groundwater, which includes aquifers and, in some places, artificial recharge schemes that transfer surface water below-ground to store it.
  • 25
  • Oct
Can we give the EVM debate a rest? It is not about technology or EVMs or paper trails that are important in next month’s elections! With the endless debate about those machines, we are getting further away from the only issue that matters: the economy. Which candidate and party have the policies, capacity, skills and political will to save this country from the greatest threat to its independence, i.e., the current economic depression?
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  • Oct
If one wants to know if there will be change in the political landscape of Namibia after the forth-coming elections, the answer is simple:  Under the current ruptures and fragmentations of opposition parties, the ruling party will remain the ruling party.
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