Rio Tinto's Namibian miners are said to be dying of cancers after extracting uranium ore for the British and US military in the 1970s.
A series of missteps by justice officials have damaged the country's relations with Poland.
We feature four HIV positive women in their 40s who fit the profile of a typical M&G reader.
Businessmen deny using ties with leading figures in the country to resist extradition
Observers say elections in Southern Africa this year are vulnerable to manipulation and misuse of the military to clamp down on opponents.
The plane's captain had a "clear intention" to crash an airplane that went down in Namibia at the end of November, according to an investigation.
There are believed to be no survivors from the 34 passengers on board the plane that left Mozambique Friday morning and was found burnt on Saturday.
Unicef has reported that Namibians are facing the worst drought in 30 years â€“ leaving a third of the population unsure about their next meal.
Just why the North Koreans have a headlock over all contracts to build national monuments in Namibia on a no-bid basis remains a mystery.
Namibia's ministry of finance has taken the unusual step of advancing the tabling of the next financial budget a month earlier than usual.
Faced with poachers who are ravaging elephant and rhino populations, African nations could do worse than look to Namibia for a game plan.
Teachers have ignored a court order and they have joined forces with disgruntled nurses who were reined in by the state, writes John Grobler.
Divisions within Namibia's ruling Swapo deepened this week after Prime Minister Nahas Angula withdrew from the presidential race.
The gloves have come off in Swapo in the increasingly acrimonious battle for the Namibian presidential nomination.
Rodwell Kasika Mukendwa was accused number 106 in the trial in which a remaining 110 men face 278 charges of high treason.
A ruling by the Namibian High Court brought by women who alleged they were sterilised by state against their will could open door for similar cases.
The discovery of a giant aquifer beneath the country's most populous region has been amazing news, writes John Grobler.
With 251 rhinos poached so far this year in SA, the expectation is that rhino hunting, especially that of the black rhino, will be shut down.
Namibia's partial privatisation of non-core state services appears to be heading up a dead-end track, writes John Grobler.
The top echelons of the former SA defence force are afraid of the legal consequences of the taking of so many innocent lives in Namibia 34 years ago