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Harambee still alive and well- John Steytler

Presidential advisor on economic matters, John Steytler has cautioned critics against quickly labeling the presidential flag-ship economic blue-pr...

Do not compare PDM to other parties - Venaani lashes back at critics

Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) president, McHenry Venaani has lashed back at critics whom he said are not doing research to properly analyse th...

Former NWR boss trial judgement postponed

The former NWR managing director, Tobias Aupindi and his co-accused Antonio di Savino were told to return to the Windhoek Magistrates Court in Feb...

NANSO cancels mass submission of demand letters

The plan by the Namibia National Students Organisation (Nanso) and student representative councils to submit letters of demand at the Namibia Stud...

Venaani hammers on economic ills … says he is ready to be challenged in party’s upcoming congress

In a media engagement where he set his 2018 party agenda, official opposition party president, McHenry Venaani, seized on the opportunity to hamme...

Illegal farmers evicted to make way for cement factory

About 30 illegal livestock farmers have been evicted this past weekend in the pursuit for the construction of a Cheetah Cement factory, sources ha...

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Make service delivery the driver of your organisational growth

Complaining and moaning seems to be in the very DNA of us humans. We as Namibians seem to enjoy ...

Beware the quiet revolution

There is a silent revolution going on in Namibia at the moment. It is a revolution most people s...

It’s not the educational end of the line

January turns into Jan-u-worry for a lot of people. Primarily, parents, teachers and of course G...

Year in review by Baronice Hans

Global Credit Ratings has affirmed the national scale ratings assigned to Capricorn Investment G...

Flying this holiday season

It’s been a long year and November took forever. Knowing that the holiday season is approa...

Reconciliation without association

I like to describe President Hage Geingob as a modern leader, a leader who understands how the m...

A logistics short course might be the right New Year’s resolution

The end of the year is upon us and almost everyone takes a moment to take stock of what they&rsq...

*39/766, why Gideon, why?*

I’m no expert in politics nor do I have the aspirations to be amongst the country’s ...

Endgame for the 6th Swapo Party Congress – a choice between progress and decline

The Socialism Ideology Enigma    Five days to the 6th SWAPO Congress, the poli...

Hage is a weapon against inequality

Since becoming the president of Namibia, Dr Hage Geingob’s actions have not only suggested a...

Beware the festive season

Each year it is upon us before we know. The festive season, spreading cheer, thinking about the ...

‘Team Swapo’- destroy and rebuild approach

  The campaign for the top four positions in the Swapo Party leading up to congress towards ...

“TEAM SWAPO” elders discard and endanger party unity for personal interests

The launching of “Team SWAPO”, comprising of senior Party stalwarts, and their incre...

Race for Swapo SG under a microscope 

If we are to carefully study the matrixes and events surrounding the campaign leading up to the ...

An inquiry into morals: Free Love and Passion Killing

In his excellent work, Lila of 1991, Robert Pirsig deliberated on two essential metaphysical con...

Untold Stories – The Philanthropic deeds of Geingob

In Namibia, it is common for people not give credit where it’s due, ever more so when it c...

Campaign groups under a microscope

All successful campaigns have three simple goals: To win, you must project the image you want to def...

We need good, Godly politicians

This might sound like a joke to some people with the fact it is coming from someone like me, but rev...

Saving Hage from the ‘savages’

Dr Hage Geingob is a president under siege, has been for the most part of his time in office but the...

Let’s not betray our fallen heroes

In the wake of the heartrending passing of one of the most celebrated daughters of the soil, Hon...

Swapo’s 50/50: A populace decision against competitiveness

The Namibian Constitution (1992, Article 10) provides for formal equality before the law for men...

Yvonne Boois - Made of greed, bitterness and dishonesty

In trying to differentiate between bitterness and anger, the great Maya Angelou once said, &ldqu...

The power of a will

The right to life shall be respected and protected. This statement is enshrined in the Constitution ...

Slow growth is the new normal

  About eight months ago one of the comrades I speak to on a regular predicted that slow gro...

GRN on course with debt reduction

Namibia Equity Brokers (NEB) analyst Ngoni Bopoto has said GRN is well on course in its efforts ...

‘Student politics’ left Amupanda

Let me start this by asking why does Job Amupanda always claim to leave something moments right ...

Kapere’s sarcasm - rubbing salt on festering wounds

Did Mandela Kapere have to apologise for saying the truth seeing that nobody goes into an electi...

History is the best judge

What is the significance of the 26 of August date on the Namibian calendar? And what a...

Why not Hage?

In the aftermath of the Swapo Party’s central committee meeting, what grieves me the most i...

No economy collapses in two years

Social psychologists Gordon W. Allport and Leo Postman once wrote that “rumour is most fren...