2021-10-15Staff Reporter As is characteristic of the Namibian political and media landscape where some entities thrive on the latest gossips, destructive innuendos and politics of division, it is little wonder that President Hage Geingob’s recent remarks at the Swapo Party Central Committee meeting of 2 October 2021 were misconstrued and presented to the public as an insult to the Central Committee members, and more outra View more
2021-10-15Staff Reporter Swapo will survive to see yet another day, despite its current complicated and unfortunate predicaments it is finding itself in. As a matter of fact, the South West Africa People’s Organisation is finding itself at an opportune time to rewrite its history. View more
2021-10-15Steven Klukowski “We, as members of the Aroab Small Livestock Farmers Association have requested the village council previously to allocate part of the land in town to us, as the less fortunate in order to address our housing and grazing challenges, but are still waiting on them,” he explained. View more
2021-10-15Staff Reporter Swapo Member of Parliament (MP) Nono Katjingisiua has appealed to fellow parliamentarians to approach the genocide matter with the sensitivity it deserves and work collectively to improve the joint declaration, especially on the monetary aspect. View more
2021-10-15Kuzeeko Tjitemisa Popular Democratic Movement parliamentarian Kazeongere Tjeundo has called upon those supporting the N$18 billion genocide agreement to convince parliament as to why they think the deal is justifiable. View more
2021-10-15Maria Amakali The ministry of safety and security and the commissioner general of the Namibia Correctional Services have denied negligence or having failed to keep an inmate safe who is suing them for N$35 million for losing his eyesight. View more
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