• 16
  • Nov

THE ongoing Swapo Party leadership campaign, which will reach a potentially explosive zenith at the end of this month has led to a scission amongst Namibians.

  • 16
  • Nov

SANITY needs to be returned to the current trade union/labour unrest situation. Much has already been written and said on this topic. But, I’d like to address it from another point of view.

  • 16
  • Nov

POLITICAL party congresses, scrambles and screams for leadership choices, demand total loyalty and the prospective voters are expected to make informed decisions during elections and to do the right thing in the best interest of the country’s people, communities and individuals as directed by party leadership.

  • 09
  • Nov

BROTHA in da house, again! By now everybody knows that our cousin from Kilimanjaro has extended his stay in the house of US power for another four years.

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