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“Gunshots, knife wounds, drugs and running for my life was my life among men.” These are the words of *Carrington Narises (34) about her life as a former gangster. Narises hails from the tough streets of Hakahana in Windhoek. With a mix of bravery and remorse, Narises shares her journey, revealing the harsh realities she […]

Former finance manager of the Seaflower Whitefish Corporation Paulus Ngalangi is demanding an apology and a payment of N$500 000 from the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) over alleged defamatory remarks made against him by a senior official five years ago. A letter from Ngalangi’s lawyer Marvin Katuvesirauina of Chris Mayumbelo & Co accused FIC deputy […]

Some Mineworkers Union of Namibia (MUN) leaders have questioned payments of around N$2 million made to Johannes Ndeutepo, the chairperson of a mineworkers’ investment company owned by the same union. The scrutiny stems from concerns of potential conflict of interest since Ndeutepo reports to the same union that hired him for private work. The Swapo […]

Namibia’s overall investment attractiveness has fallen by three points which is being attributed to its mining policy and regulatory matters. According to Chamber of Mines president, Zebra Kasete, although the country should be proud to still be amongst Africa’s more favourable destinations, it is concerning to see a decline. “While we can be proud that […]

The Namibian government has strongly condemned an attempted coup d’etat in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), that took place during the early hours of Sunday, 19 May 2024. A statement released by minister of international relations and cooperation, Peya Mushelenga, says that Namibia remains resolute in its stance on zero […]

SWAPO secretary general (SG) Sophia Shaningwa says there is nothing sinister about her recent visit to China, amid speculation that she was sourcing funding from the Communist Party of China (CPC) to drive the ruling party’s campaign ahead of the November elections. Swapo and CPC are close allies with very similar structures in their hierarchy […]

Breaking the Wall of Silence (BWS) acting chairperson Oiva Angula has welcomed the City of Windhoek’s decision to posthumously honour two victims of the Lubango dungeons with street names on Friday. This comes after The City of Windhoek renamed 17 streets in Windhoek after heroes who contributed to Namibia’s fight against colonialism and apartheid. Angula […]

The City of Windhoek aims to improve the quality of its service delivery through a customer satisfaction survey conducted from 2 to 24 May. The primary purpose is to deliver core services to Windhoek residents, reads a notice by the City of Windhoek. The survey will be conducted primarily through in-person visits to the municipality’s […]

Namibian kwaito artist Martin Mbwaluh, known as King Tee Dee, has issued an apology following his recent arrest and conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol. The apology comes after the highly publicised incident last month. In his statement, King Tee Dee expresses remorse for his actions. “It is with profound respect and regret […]

The South African Constitutional Court on Monday overturned the Electoral Court decision, and ruled that former president Jacob Zuma was not eligible to run for this year’s elections. The Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) lodged an urgent application to challenge Zuma’s inclusion in the Umkhonto weSizwe (MK) party’s parliamentary list. The commission had released […]


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