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Saturday 31 October 2020
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Category: Opinions & Analysis

NAMIBIA NEEDS A COMPETENT PUBLIC SERVICE TO ADDRESS THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHALLENGES FACING THE MAJORITY OF CITIZENS

Private Citizen Nahas Angula President Hage Geingob in his address to the first Cabinet Meeting on 4 February 2020 called on his Executive...

Towards a positive trade balance for Namibia

On 19 November 2019, the Namibia Statistics Agency released the 2nd quarter trade statistics. The figures show a widening trade deficit...

Government should re-prioritize development budget to address youth anger

Rainer Ritter in his publication titled “ Unemployment in Namibia: A Proposed Agenda to Make Namibia Smile Again”(2018) aptly observed...

Namibia should subscribe to debt transparency to enhance business confidence

Earlier this year, the Institute of International Finance (IIF), the global association of the financial industry, issued a document...

Africa to transform its economies through observational learning

Roman Grynberg and Fwasa Singogo of the University of Namibia penned an interesting opinion piece in the Namibian newspaper of Tuesday, 22...