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Friday 18 October 2019
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State lottery a ‘double-edged sword’

Lawmakers are currently debating whether to pass the Lotteries Bill or not. The Bill is historic for Namibia in the sense that it is the...

South Africa dominates 95% share of all import from China into SACU

…Does RSA’s hegemony encourage or limit growth for fellow SACU members? South Africa accounts for 95% of all imports from China into...

The Namibian House: A vision of exclusive inclusivity

The promotion of nation-building in Namibia since independence has been popularly understood and embraced under the umbrella theme of...

Rethinking industrialisation in the digital age

Industrialisation, an old age phrase of the 17th century is still being used by many countries in the developing world as they pursue to...

Why is Human Development Important?

As we get ready to launch the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) flagship Human Development Report (HDR, 2016) in Namibia, it...