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Dr. Alfredo Hengari Interview

We spoke to Presidential Spokesperson and State House Press Secretary Dr. Alfredo Hengari about the Harambee Prosperity Plan which is set to come to a close in 2020, to find out more about the successes of the programme and the challenges experienced in its implementation.

Week in Review 16 November 2019

Namibian's got whip-lashed by the #Fishrot news this week, that saw both the Fisheries Minister and the Justice Minister tender their resignations. Seemingly standing in tandem with fellow minister's, Tjekero Tweya found himself caught between a rock and a hard place when he referred to local journos as 'flies'. Well, NMT & RWB both opined on the matter. THEN, for some good news, the Collins Dictionary has named "climate strike"as its word of 2019. Word or phrase? You decide for yourself when you tune into this week's review. Mazel tov to next week guys!

Week in Review - 9 November 2019

This week's news is hectic, and since it's election season have tried to get that out of the way first. EVM paper-trail-gate continues, then MICT and ECN both condemn the mis-information saga on social media. On the international front, HIV reared its ugly head again with the emergence/discovery of a new sub type. Yikes! All i can say is be safe out there.

Week in Review - 02 November 2019

Politics dominated the news this week and not just locally with EVMs still on the top of everyone's mind but seemingly also in southern Africa and right across the world.

Week in Review - 26 October 2019

Progress has been achieved this week by the the Ministry of Environment and Tourism, as they launched an online application system for environmental clearance. Polio resurfaced in Zambia, and 55 elephants died of hunger and thirst in Zimbabwe. That's just about the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this weeks news. The most pertinent question is, "What happened to the EVM machines Sacky? Ahem, off a trailer, REALLY??!!" catch the week's leading stories in our WIR!

Week in Review - 19 October 2019

This week's news is filled with #Election2019 updates, a disgruntled official opposition party courtesy of the latest Afrobarometer revelations. Then on the international front, we FINALLY seem to be getting some hope-filled Brexit news, and in SA, Zuma is heavy on excuses as to why he won't be able to attend the inquiry next week. Happy listening!

Week in Review 12 October 2019

This week has seen sanctions, high profile court cases, 320% increase of electricity tariffs in Zim, an African Nobel Peace Prize winner, local political parties fighting over trees, Tutu's 88th and so much that you would have to tune in to make actual sense of it all. Enjoy this week's edition of our Week in Review!

Week in Review 5 October 2019

From 'The Internet of Things' to Fitch's downgrade and #NamTwitters scathing responses to our Minister of Finance, not even the US's whistle-blower had anything on our local developments. There's some good news though, our fuel price remains unchanged, at least for the month of October. Catch up to find out how Netanyahu survive his next scramble of power; and how Johnson plans to prorogue parliament AGAIN! happy listening.

Week in Review - 28 September 2019

Thousands of new positions advertised in Namibia in times of high unemployment, debates about transgender rights in South Africa and lots of political news from Africa, along with the usual unfortunate death, and the two main stories that dominated the international news.

Week in Review 21 September 2019

2019 Won't be slowing down anytime soon, with the global youth this week protesting due to the planet's climate condition and local youth forming a new student organisation; it seems that young people have had enough. On the other hand, politics, wars, drought, the economy and GBV also dominated this week's headlines. Catch up with the latest news and happy listening!

Life is Like a Kudu Horn author interview

From Jacana Media: Waking up to roaring lions near her doorless dung hut; encountering elephants while walking with other women to fetch water from a distant spring; realising that older Himba people saw themselves as part of nature, not as separated from it nor at its apex ... These were just some of the experiences that would change the way Margaret Jacobsohn thought about wildlife conservation.
Listen to this interview to find out more about the book and the author as well as why you should definitely think about reading it.

Week in Review - 14th September 2019

Xenophobia continues to dominate the news this week, with countries like Nigeria and Zimbabwe repatriating their nationals from SA. Staying with Zim, former president Robert Mugabe's family and the government have finally agreed as to where and when the late leader will be buried. Brexit chaos continued, with the UK's PM suspending their parliament till the 14th of October. And then, there's the guy who just made our week by stealing confectionery like a mad person. What to make of this news, is completely up to you! Suppose that global economic woes have been detrimental to everyone! Happy listening.

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