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19 May 2017 | by Rowland Brown

After a recovery of 0.81 points in March, the index fell by 1.48 points in April. This means that for four months in a row, the index is at below …

30 April 2017 | by Max Weylandt

The United Nations Convention Against Corruption requires its members to create a framework for the fight against corruption, which often takes the form of a national strategy. The Anti-Corruption Commission …

20 April 2017 | by Rowland Brown

The economy in March was still contracting, but slower than before

31 March 2017 | by Max Weylandt

Namibia’s natural resources can be a great source of income. But is the extraction of our wealth being governed well enough?

30 March 2017 | by Dietrich Remmert

Windhoek’s water crisis was a long time coming. This paper looks at the way forward.

15 March 2017 | by Rowland Brown

The Monitor has now fallen for the second consecutive month, indicating a contracting economy. This is in line with national account figures from the Namibia Statistics Agency.

13 March 2017 | by Steven Gruzd

Namibia recently joined the African Peer Review Mechanism, a process by which African countries agree to be evaluated by their neighbours with the goal of improving governance on the continent. …

9 March 2017 | by Klaus Schade

This report looks at the potential for Namibia’s Tourism sector. Tourism is one of Namibia’s most important earners of foreign currency, and is a priority area in the fourth National Development …

27 February 2017 | by Max Weylandt

We discuss some laws that will be discussed, and highlight issues to look out for

21 February 2017 | by Rowland Brown

The Index shows an increase for the second time in a month — the first time this has happened since April 2015. This report looks over the index’s performance over …