Politics

IPC determined to tackle corruption

2 months ago - 21 April 2021 | Politics

Swakopmund • [email protected] The Independent Patriots for Change (IPC) held its regional conference at the Swakopmund Town Hall on Saturday.Party member Trevino Forbes who is the mayor of Walvis Bay, said that...

Why is your home not selling?

4 months ago - 24 January 2021 | Politics

The property market is experiencing a boom of activity, particularly in the first-time buyers’ market. Yet, despite high levels of interest, many parts of the country still find themselves in a buyer’s market where listings...

Over 6 000 registrations for phosphate jobs

6 months ago - 21 December 2020 | Politics

Windhoek ∙ [email protected] Namibian Marine Phosphate closed its job registration drive at the end of November with over 6 000 registrants in expectation of the jobs to be created at the Sandpiper marine phosphate...

IPC claims landslide victory in Walvis Bay

6 months ago - 26 November 2020 | Politics

Walvis Bay •[email protected] Indications are that the Independent Patriots for Change (IPC) recorded a landslide victory in Walvis Bay during the local and regional authority elections. The IPC claimed the office of the...

Otweya residents fear for their safety

7 months ago - 05 November 2020 | Politics

Walvis Bay • [email protected] The residents of Otweya handed over a petition to the mayor of Walvis Bay highlighting the dangers they face while they are living in tents. The former Twaloloka residents...

Old guard must go and rest - Ipinge

7 months ago - 28 October 2020 | Politics

Windhoek · [email protected] Bay Urban constituency councillor Knowledge Ipinge, who is vying to retain his seat in the upcoming local and regional authority elections, says...

Attempted murder at Otweya

7 months ago - 25 October 2020 | Politics

Walvis Bay •[email protected] It was a busy weekend on the crime front in the Erongo region. To begin with, the police are investigating an...

Vroue blink uit in politiek

7 months ago - 25 October 2020 | Politics

Swakopmund • [email protected] se komitee vir vrouebelange het Saterdagoggend ’n mylpaal gevier: Vyftien vroue van die Erongostreek sal onder die vaandel van die party deelneem...

Venaani assess housing situation at the coast

8 months ago - 02 October 2020 | Politics

Walvis Bay • [email protected] The president of the official opposition party in Namibia, the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) McHenry Venaani, is in Walvis...

History being dismantled

9 months ago - 14 September 2020 | Politics

Swakopmund • [email protected] handful of people have been busy on the beach in the Swakop River estuary for the past few months. Armed with a...

China breaks silence on 'military presence'

9 months ago - 14 September 2020 | Politics

Windhoek · [email protected] Chinese embassy in Namibia has broken its silence on persistent allegations being raised in parliament and elsewhere of a massive Chinese military...

Coalition talks between opposition parties

9 months ago - 10 September 2020 | Politics

Walvis Bay • [email protected] Coalition talks involving various opposition political parties in Walvis Bay have commenced, the urban constituency councillor for Walvis Bay Knowledge Ipinge...

Politics

Kambueshe new ERC chairperson

1 year - 17 January 2020 | Politics

Swakopmund • [email protected] Juuso Kambueshe is the newly elected chairperson of the Erongo Regional Council (ERC).Kambueshe, who formerly served as a mayor of Swakopmund...

Kapendah re-elected as Arandis mayor

1 year - 13 December 2019 | Politics

Arandis • [email protected] Risto Kapendah was re-elected as mayor of Arandis during the election of office bearers which took place recently.Magistrate Nelao Brown facilitated...

Why reparations?

2 years ago - 10 September 2018 | Politics

Jemima Beukes Germany must pay reparations for the 1904-08 Nama and Ovaherero genocide in order for Namibians to recover from imposed poverty, says Namibia’s...

Chinese capture claims denounced

2 years ago - 10 September 2018 | Politics

Ogone Tlhage Namibian president Hage Geingob has denounced claims that a recent investment summit held in Beijing, China, was an attempt to dupe African leaders...

New political party in the...

3 years ago - 23 February 2018 | Politics

Otis Finck Namibia might have a new political party soon. According to Theofelus Moongela, the Socio-Economic Liberation of the Masses (SELMA),...

Hage appeals to teachers,...

4 years ago - 09 September 2016 | Politics

In a last-ditch attempt, President Hage Geingob has pleaded with teachers not to vote in support of strike action following a pay dispute with government....

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