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15 Jun 2022 | by Teneal Koorts & Donovan Wagner

Why should Namibians care about climate change? This is the first in a series of four climate-focused factsheets produced by the IPPR with the support of the Hanns Seidel Foundation

8 Jun 2022 | by Graham Hopwood & Thor Fanndal

A joint media release from the IPPR and Transparency International Iceland calling for suspects in both Iceland and Namibia to be held legally accountable for the Fishrot corruption scandal

1 Jun 2022 | by IBP

See how Namibia scored in the latest Open Budget Survey (OBS) released on May 31 2022 by the International Budget Partnership.

1 Jun 2022 | by Graham Hopwood

Namibia has dropped down the latest Open Budget Survey rankings published by the International Budget Partnership (IBP)

17 May 2022 | by ACTION Coalition

The ACTION Coalition, of which IPPR is a member, has expressed concern about the excessive use of force by the Police against protestors that occurred in Windhoek on May 13 …

3 May 2022 | by Dietrich Remmert

This new paper asks how Namibia’s tourism industry can recover from the impact of the COVID pandemic – gradual recovery or disruptive transformation?

27 Apr 2022 | by Frederico Links, Bradley Tjongarero, Esther Shakela

National Assembly MPs are supposed to submit their assets and interests declarations every year but the system is in disarray with widespread non-compliance and lax enforcement of the rules. Our …

21 Apr 2022 | by Robin Sherbourne

This QER for the first quarter of 2022 looks at economic developments in Namibia between January 1 and March 31, and includes a special focus on Namibia’s recent investment summits. …

4 Apr 2022 | by Frederico Links

This edition of Procurement Tracker looks at how the procurement issues around Namibia’s much-vaunted green hydrogen plans have been handled from a governance point of view. The bulletin also rounds …

8 Mar 2022 | by Robin Sherbourne

Namibia’s ambitious plans to enter the green hydrogen market will have major implications for Namibia’s macroeconomy and public finances. While the project is exciting and a potential ‘game-changer’ for Namibia, …

8 Mar 2022 | by Robin Sherbourne

With the economy only slowly starting to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2022-23 national budget was a mostly modest affair. Revenue was once again limited. With …

8 Mar 2022 | by Frederico Links

The Cybercrime Bill (2019) has serious but fixable flaws that can be addressed as the final draft is finalised, argues Frederico Links in this new paper produced as part of …