Skyrocketing property prices have prompted demands for more affordable housing and threats of widespread land grabs.
Shadowy empire has billions in Namibian state contracts, but has never been publicly audited
Swapo's Hage Geingob swept to victory in Namibia's recent presidential elections but internal divisions within the ruling party still haunt him.
By noon on Sunday Swapo presidential candidate Hage Geingob led with 84 percent of the roughly 10 percent of votes officially released so far.
Namibians are casting their votes in Africa's first e-vote, with some hoping for a stronger opposition.
The high court ruling means that Namibia will be the first African country to use electronic voting machines in a general election.
Namibians will vote for a new president and parliament for the sixth time since the country's independence from apartheid South Africa in 1990.
The EFF has responded angrily to three of its members being temporarily detained by immigration officials in Namibia while en route to an NEFF rally.
With state contracts galore, the youngsters are revelling in the sphere of influence they’re born into.
There is no 'black gold’ that can be commercially exploited yet in Namibia, but exploration licences is making a few connected middlemen wealthy
Uruguayan facing charges in SA is linked to contentious dealings in both countries
Namibia's utility is planning a bond sale in it's own country as well as in South Africa to raise funding for its share of a $1.2-billion gas plant.
The recently launched "radical" Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters has already set strong anti-homosexuality and resource management agendas.
The commodities giant plans to cut a fifth of its workforce at a zinc mine in Namibia has been referred to the labour court.
Malawi, Botswana, Mozambique and Namibia will hold crucial polls this year, writes Webster Zambara.
A South African is raking in millions from two projects that are costing Namibians a fortune.
Plants refuse to grow in Namibia’s fairy circles, and scientists are on a mission to find out why. No theory has been proven yet.
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.