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19 Oct 2021 | by Frederico Links, Bradley Tjongarero, Esther Shakela

This edition of the IPPR’s Perspectives on Parliament bulletin examines the worrying lack of transparency and accountability that marks political party funding in Namibia. In addition, the publication asks if …

15 Oct 2021 | by Frederico Links & Toini Amaambo

For the first time Namibians have reasonably good access to what’s happening in the public procurement world via data made available by the Procurement Policy Unit in the Ministry of …

15 Oct 2021 | by IPPR

The QER for the third quarter of 2021 looks at economic developments in Namibia between July and September, and includes a special focus on the affordability of a Basic Income …

7 Oct 2021 | by Dietrich Remmert, Martha Nangolo and Ndeshi Fikameni

A summary of the main findings and recommendations of the IPPR research report, Keep Your Eyes On The Money: Public Fiscal Management & Oversight in Namibia – The Need for …

5 Oct 2021 | by Dietrich Remmert, Martha Nangolo and Ndeshi Fikameni

This research report examines the role that public participation can play in improving fiscal transparency – particularly in reference to the work of the Office of the Auditor General

27 Sep 2021 | by Kitty Mcgirr

This paper examines the extent to which power has been decentralised to regional governments in line with the decentralisation policy and legal framework adopted over two decades ago. The impact …

8 Sep 2021 | by Frederico Links

This edition of the Procurement Tracker Namibia examines the records on what proportion of public entities have been complying with the reporting requirements of the Procurement Act of 2015. In …

2 Aug 2021 | by Bradley Tjongarero, Esther Shakela and Frederico Links

This edition of the IPPR’s Perspectives on Parliament bulletin looks at the impact COVID-19 has had on parliament, asks what has happened to the Access to Information bill, and reviews …

28 Jul 2021 | by IPPR

The QER for the second quarter of 2021 looks at economic developments between April and June, and includes a special focus on the tourism industry – examining the impact of …

10 May 2021 | by IPPR

The QER for the first quarter of 2021 looks at economic developments between January and March and includes a special focus on the 2021/22 national budget as tabled on March …

5 May 2021 | by Frederico Links

This Procurement Tracker bulletin looks at the delays in the awarding of the contract for the government medical aid scheme and whether the danger of ‘state capture’ is an issue. …

7 Feb 2021 | by Frederico Links

The IPPR contributed a chapter to the new report ‘The Struggle for the Realisation of the Right to Freedom of Expression in Southern Africa’. The chapter focuses on impediments to …