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15 Mar 2020 | by Martha Nangolo

The IPPR’s Election Watch bulletin from March 2020 which features the final results for the 2019 National Assembly and Presidential elections.

8 Mar 2020 | by IPPR

The Public Enterprise Annual Rankings is a new IPPR publication which will appear in the first quarter of each year. The rankings are based on an assessment of 21 commercial …

1 Mar 2020 | by Klaus Schade

The return of the Business Climate Monitor  into positive territory was indicative of a slight improvement in the business climate in November 2019.

26 Feb 2020 | by Martha Nangolo & Ndapwa Alweendo

This paper gives a brief overview of the agricultural sector in Namibia including types of farming, contributions to the economy and employment, gender inequality, drought, the land question, trade, fisheries, …

14 Feb 2020 | by Frederico Links and Martha Nangolo

This briefing paper analyses the disinformation trends around the November 2019 election and calls for greater civic education on the dangers of spreading false information especially on social media platforms …

6 Feb 2020 | by Nangula Shejavali

This Perspectives on Parliament bulletin looks at the issue of women’s representation in parliament and what the 2019 election result means for the composition of the 7th National Assembly (2020-2025). …

3 Feb 2020 | by Christiaan Keulder

This paper looks at the origins of political trust in Namibia by examining two contending theories for explaining political trust: cultural and institutional. The relative importance of cultural and institutional …

20 Jan 2020 | by IPPR

The latest quarterly economic review from the IPPR examines economic developments that took place in the fourth quarter of 2019 and includes a special focus on Namibia’s unemployment statistics. Produced …

15 Jan 2020 | by Klaus Schade

In October the IJG BCM  remained in positive territory – suggesting there might be some form of silver lining for the business climate on the horizon. However, it has to …

9 Dec 2019 | by Graham Hopwood

An IPPR media release setting out eight practical steps President Geingob could take to reinforce “processes, systems and institutions” and demonstrate a real commitment to “zero tolerance for corruption”.

7 Dec 2019 | by Salmi Shigwedha, Rakkel Andreas and Ndapwa Alweendo

This bulletin explores the characteristics of political parties that have emerged from liberation movements and looks at how such characteristics affect governance

5 Dec 2019 | by Graham Hopwood

This short paper was prepared by the IPPR for the CSO Sustainability Index (2018) – covering issues facing Namibian civil society across seven dimensions: Legal Environment, Organisational Capacity, Financial Viability, …