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13 December 2018 | by Klaus Schade

There were some signs of economic recovery reflected in the leading indicator, which is designed to predict the future course of the IJG Business Climate Monitor. However, the Business Climate …

12 December 2018 | by Graham Hopwood

This short brief on the state of civil society in Namibia is part of a global report based on the CSO Sustainability Index for 2017. The report, which was compiled …

7 December 2018 | by Frederico Links

Bottlenecks and backlogs continue to undermine the delivery of justice in Namibia  – thereby fuelling negative perceptions of the rule of law and the effectiveness of the criminal justice system. …

7 December 2018 | by Shinovene Immanuel

Investigative journalism shines a light of accountability on those who seek to commit acts of corruption under a shroud of secrecy. Yet, investigative journalism cannot play a meaningful role in …

12 November 2018 | by Klaus Schade

The IJG Business Climate Monitor (BCM) stood at 52.5 points in August – a slight decline of 0.7 on the previous month. Signs of economic recovery remained mixed. Some 14 …

12 November 2018 | by Klaus Schade

The IPPR’s latest economic bulletin bemoans the fact that Namibia continues to drift down global competitiveness and ease of doing business rankings despite the fact that improvements have been factored …

2 November 2018 | by Ndapwa Alweendo, Rakkel Andreas and Deanna Rafla-Yuan

Gender-based violence (GBV) is generally accepted as one of the most urgent issues facing Namibian society and policymakers. Despite a raft of important and largely progressive legislative reforms – such …

23 October 2018 | by Frederico Links

Transparency issues continue to undermine the credibility of Namibia’s procurement system according to the new Procurement Tracker Namibia bulletin. Procurement Tracker is an initiative of the Institute for Public Policy …

14 September 2018 | by Klaus Schade

The IJG Business Climate Monitor reversed the upward trend in July 2018 that started a year ago and declined to 52.90 from 54.37 in June, while the Leading Indicator remained …

13 September 2018 | by Frederico Links

Issue 2 of Procurement Tracker Namibia looks at what has happened to the procurement plans that are supposed to be published by ministries, government offices and agencies, sub-national levels of …

16 August 2018 | by Klaus Schade

The IJG Business Climate Monitor improved slightly in June on the back of increased building plans and vehicle sales and a rise in credit extension to the private sector. However, …

13 August 2018 | by Max Weylandt, Ndeapo Wolf

Question time in Parliament: who asks, who answers, and what does it all mean?