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Namibia’s elections have come and gone, but little has changed

The corrupt enrichment of the political elite and worsening socioeconomic conditions may mean the working class is ready to rise up

Namibian elections: The sands are shifting – slowly

Namibia’s political stability so far has been vested in the dominance of Swapo. Those opposing its control face an uphill battle

Who’s who in Namibia’s presidential elections?

Namibia votes in a general election on Wednesday. Here are the four frontrunners

Letters to the editor: January 9 to 15 2015

Readers air their views on Swapo's landslide win in Namibia, the South African Dream and using our votes to end corruption.

Namibia: Swapo sweeps elections, Geingob wins presidency

In a landslide victory and Africa's first e-vote, Namibia's ruling Swapo wins elections and the party head, Hage Geingob, wins the presidential vote.

Namibia’s ruling Swapo leads election results so far

Namibia's ruling party, Swapo, is so far leading the election results in the vote counts done in six constituencies.

Namibian elections underway, with ruling party tipped to win

Namibians are casting their votes in Africa's first e-vote, with some hoping for a stronger opposition.

Land scandal may unsettle Namibia poll

These elections will see opposition parties hoping to cash in on Swapo’s shortcomings.

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