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Kasuto says he won't leave NUNW

National Union of Namibian Workers (NUNW) president Ismael Kasuto is clinging to the federation’s leadership after a majority of affiliate s...

Muharukua was selfless: Geingob

President Hage Geingob has described the late liberation war heroine Angelika Muharukua as a selfless cadre whose qualities are now rare to find. ...

Nahas Angula speaks like an AK47 - what can he bring?

Swapo 2017: What Have They Done This is the third part in a series where The Villager will analyse what each of 11 Swapo Party top four candida...

We might be left out of congress - Kasuto

Controversially “deposed” president of the National Union of Namibian Workers (NUNW) Ismael Kasuto has exclusively told The Villager t...

Ondonga community sues police for harassment

Some members of the Ondonga community want the police officers who harassed them during a peaceful meeting at Okakodhi in Oshikoto prosecuted. ...

Can legacy politics give Ekandjo Swapo's head?

Swapo 2017: What Have They Done This is the second part in a series where The Villager will analyse what each of 11 Swapo Party top four candid...

Columns


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...

Tissues and diapers for SPYL cry-babies, please!

After the High Court dismissed an attempt by Nashinge and SPYL health secretary Sioni Iikela to h...

Education makes us monsters

One of the ironies education brought on us is making those who claim to have acquired it shallow....

The President is not the enemy

Allow me to start this week’s piece with this very powerful statement reiterated by Preside...

Revise your support for AR

I have recently encountered folks, including friends, who, upon having vigorously supported Job A...

A Poor Man does not use Money as a Weapon ÔÇô Julius Nyerere

In 1967, the former late Tanzanian president Julius Nyerere wrote a code of conduct for his party...

Fighting Hage is fighting Namibia

Ok, let me throw down this marker: Dr. Hage Geingob is superior to the rest of his critics in eve...

Saving an under siege and sickly Swapo

The Swapo Party is sick and is currently under siege. Events leading up to the Swapo Party region...

Lies are going halfway the world before the truth

Before there was Ananias Nghifitikeko there was Hishilayi, JA Ipawa, Swapo Cadre and Pro-De...

The skilled worker problem

The issue of unemployment has become a mainstay in people’s discussions because it continue...

Where are SwapoÔÇÖs intellectuals?

  More often than not most top guns within the Swapo have been talking about the party l...

Make Swapo better again in honour of Ya Toivo

A lot has been said about the liberation struggle icon Herman Andimba Toivo ya Toivo’s...

Surfing on a sea of anti-Geingob sweat

I remember a time when we had a president so militant you can’t go messing around disrespec...

No glory in celebrating a loan

There is something very wrong when a country celebrates getting a loan regardless of what th...

Growing demand for social cohesion

In a country of 2,5 million and a great number of people are unemployed, youth unemployment is at...

Justice for the Shoprite Workers!

For almost two years, over 100 workers at Shoprite in Windhoek have been facing disciplinary...

Apartheid altered, not shattered

Majority rule, be it Swapo or ANC, however fl awed is always preferable to racist minority....

Macron is EuropeÔÇÖs hope, but what hope is in our foul-mouthed youth?

The giant victory posted by the 39-year-old newly elected French president Emmanuel Macron on Sun...