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Tangeni Amupadhi

Tangeni Amupadhi

    Namibia to investigate Sasol role
    Namibia to investigate Sasol role
    Sasol and its joint venture partners in Namibia are finally starting to break their silence over a R4-billion oil contract as questions of...
    Axed leader returns
    Axed leader returns
    The return to Namibia's Parliament last week of a Swapo leader who was axed from Cabinet -- at the height of the presidential succession battle...
    Swapo calls Nujoma's bluff
    Swapo calls Nujoma's bluff
    After nearly two months of defiance, disgraced former Swapo youth leader Paulus Kapia has finally relented and resigned his seat in Parliament....
    Corruption case divides Swapo
    Corruption case divides Swapo
    Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba's anti-corruption drive has reignited divisions within the ruling party and is driving a wedge between...
    Scandal claims Namibian MP
    Scandal claims Namibian MP
    Namibia's latest financial investment scandal has claimed a Cabinet scalp.
    The phantom banker
    The phantom banker
    Namibian authorities have called in the help of South African authorities to trace people who are suspected of having conned state companies out of...
    Namibians fleeced of R130m
    Namibians fleeced of R130m
    A string of unrealised multimillion-rand investments with shady financial traders based in South Africa has left some Namibian state-owned...
    Namibia's 'recycled' Cabinet
    Namibia's 'recycled' Cabinet
    "Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue" is how University of Namibia professor of political studies Bill Lindeke...
    Nujoma's prayers answered
    Nujoma's prayers answered
    Namibian churches displayed the anxiety that gripped most of the country as the ruling party, the South West Africa People's Organisation (Swapo),...
    'Things are going the wrong way'
    'Things are going the wrong way'
    Having constantly dismissed comparisons with Zimbabwe, Namibia's government last week lent credence to current perceptions when it announced plans...
    'Sugar daddy' enrages Namibians
    'Sugar daddy' enrages Namibians
    A debate about the "sugar daddy" concept is raging in Namibia after a 17-year-old schoolgirl killed herself over a love affair with the number two...
    Geingob out in the cold before demotion
    Geingob out in the cold before demotion
    Namibia's Prime Minister, Hage Geingob, resigned on Tuesday after President Sam Nujoma demoted him to local government minister.