• 02
  • Nov

Introduction – What are we dealing with?

RECENTLY the Ministry of Land and Resettlement announced a new valuation of agricultural land for the whole of Namibia.

  • 26
  • Oct

MY interactions with the former Prime Minister, Hage Geingob were brief and intense when I joined his former office 10 years ago as a young, but senior staffer in the Private Office.

  • 26
  • Oct

I read an article that says a law is under consideration, which will restrict the housing market by blocking sales of property to foreigners. 

  • 19
  • Oct

OF all political party youth wings in Namibia, the Swapo Party Youth league (SPYL) is undoubtedly for obvious reasons, the most relevant because it has the largest youth following in the country, seems to be well-organised and it has the necessary clout to influence issues of national importance.

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