[Deutsche Welle] Germany’s decision to return colonial-era human remains to Namibia is an important step toward reconciliation. But the gesture is worthless without an apology for the country’s genocide in Africa, says DW’s Daniel Pelz.
[Namibian] NAMIBIA’S land question could trigger economic collapse, conflict and undermine peace and stability if it is not handled well, warned some white farmers.
[Namibian] AS the LGBT community and allies celebrate June as pride month, the World Health Organisation has announced that being transgender is no longer classified as a mental disorder.
[New Era] Windhoek -President Hage Geingob has expressed concern that Namibia’s global competitiveness ranking continues to decline.
[Namibian] Staff of beleaguered Air Namibia yesterday gathered to pray for divine intervention with the struggling parastatal’s financial affairs.
[Namibian] A report released by the Namibia Intercensal Demographic Survey in 2016 shows that about 80% of households in the Zambezi region have no toilets, forcing residents to use the bush, riverbeds and fields to answer nature.
[Namibian] Former High Court judge Harold Levy, who was responsible for some landmark judgements delivered in Namibia during the 1980s and also after independence, has died at the age of 93.
[ISS] Namibia has great potential for human development. The country has an abundance of diamonds, gold and uranium, it is already upper-middle-income and has some of the most ideal conditions for the production of renewable energy anywhere on the planet.
[Namibian] A penalty shootout decided the bronze medals in favour of Tanzania at the Cosafa Castle Cup while hosts South Africa took the Plate final after Friday’s double header at the Moruleng Stadium.
[Namibia Economist] The sky’s definitely the limit as proven by Air Namibia’s Captain Cornelia Hahn who recently became the airline’s first female long haul Captain, operating the Airbus A330-200.