The Institute for Public Policy Research has advised President Hage Geingob to remove all tainted politicians, including those that have been convicted but given an option to pay a fine, from the Swapo parliamentary list. This comes after Fisheries minister Bernhard Esau and justice minister Sacky Shanghala allegedly abused their positions to secure massive kickbacks in return for securing fishing licenses, including for Iceland's biggest seafood company, Samherji, according to Wikileaks' Fishrot Files.
President Hage G. Geingob (file photo).
Namibia: Swapo Begins Itula Expulsion Process
Namibian, 18 December 2019
SWAPO has started the process to expel Panduleni Itula from the ruling party after he challenged for the country's Presidency last month. Read more »
New Era, 12 December 2019
The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has advised President Hage Geingob to remove all tainted politicians, including those that have been convicted but given an option… Read more »
New Era, 11 December 2019
A group of young demonstrators on Monday demanded that the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Act, as amended, should be submitted to parliament to enable the anti-graft agency to be… Read more »
Namibia votes in a general election on November 27, at a time the ruling Swapo has been shaken by the scandal where two cabinet ministers resigned after they were accused of ... Read more »