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By: Jackson Kunatela A parliamentary committee heard that poverty, alcohol abuse and young mothers who refuse to breastfeed are the leading causes of malnutrition in the Zambezi region. The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Gender Equality, Social Development, and Family Affairs is conducting regional consultative meetings and familiarisation visits to state hospitals on malnutrition in Namibia.  […]

By: Selma Taapopi An Afrobarometer survey of 30 African countries, including Namibia, shows a decline in a preference for democracy.  Seventy-three percent of Africans preferred democracy between 2011/2013 as opposed to 66% in 2021/2023.  In Namibia, the preference for democracy among citizens dwindled from 64% to 55%.  Open Society Foundations senior advisor on advocacy Jeggan Grey-Johnson […]

By: Adolf Kaure The government has the prerogative to replace non-performing contractors and reassign the projects to public entities, like August 26. Ministry of Health and Social Services executive director Ben Nangombe said this after delays in the completion of Swakopmund District Hospital’s neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The initial contractor was awarded the construction job […]

By: Ketemba Tjipepa Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) leader Mike Kavekotora labelled expelled party member Kandy Nehova’s conduct as disruptive. Last week, Nehova said he had lodged fraud charges against Kavekotora and RDP Vice President Kennedy Shekupakela with the police’s crime investigations unit. Kavekotora said Nehova has no right to speak about party matters. […]

By:Josia Shigwedha Minister of Education, Arts and Culture Executive Director Sanet Steenkamp described the late Katrina Hanse-Himarwa as a vibrant and intelligent educator of note. Steenkamp, who worked with Hanse-Himarwa from 2015 to 2019, shared the achievements of the late minister, who passed away on Sunday in Windhoek after a long battle with cancer.  She […]