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John Grobler

John Grobler

    Namibia violates UN sanctions against North Korea
    Namibia violates UN sanctions against North Korea
    The Namibian army has been exposed for violating United Nations sanctions against North Korea since 2006, severely denting Namibia’s international reputation as an exemplary African government....
    North Korea's deals in Namibia a mystery
    North Korea's deals in Namibia a mystery
    Regular visitors to Windhoek would have noticed a new addition to the skyline: the Independence Memorial, a three-legged construction, towers over...
    Namibia to table budget early as state runs out of cash
    Namibia to table budget early as state runs out of cash
    It is in an apparent attempt to ward off a cash-flow crisis – the first time since 1996 it has had to do so.
    Namibia's Geingob's comeback paves way for Swapo moderates
    Namibia's Geingob's comeback paves way for Swapo moderates
    Less than 48 hours after he got the nod from Namibia's ruling Swapo to become its next presidential candidate last weekend, Hage Geingob was...
    Widespread strike rattles Namibia
    Widespread strike rattles Namibia
    A wildcat strike started last week largely by urban teachers is threatening to become a nationwide work stoppage by all Namibian civil servants....
    Swapo divisions come to a head
    Swapo divisions come to a head
    Leaving the battlefield to party heavyweights Hage Geingob and Pendukeni Iivula-Ithana.
    Battle for Namibian presidency heats up
    Battle for Namibian presidency heats up
    Youth, Sport and Culture Minister Kazenambo Kazenambo has vowed that he will unleash a "tsunami" against Swapo Youth League secretary...
    Suspected Namibian secessionist acquitted after 13 years
    Suspected Namibian secessionist acquitted after 13 years
    Thirteen years after being arrested as a suspect in the failed Caprivi secessionist attempt, Rodwell Kasika Mukendwa became the first person to be...
    Namibian sterilisation case could open floodgates
    Namibian sterilisation case could open floodgates
    In a partial victory for what was widely seen as a test case for HIV victims' rights, Judge Elton Hoff found that the state could not prove that...
    Water-short Namibia strikes it rich
    Water-short Namibia strikes it rich
    For most of the year, Namibia's populous central-northern regions of Ohangwena and Oshona have either too much water from seasonal floods or are...
    Questions over Namibian rhino hunt
    Questions over Namibian rhino hunt
    Namibian conservation circles are outraged over the rhino-hunting activities of South African big-game hunter Peter Thormählen after he was...
    TransNamib begs for state help
    TransNamib begs for state help
    Namibia’s partial privatisation of non-core state services appears to be heading up a dead-end trackith the...