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23 Oct 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 Sep 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 Sep 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 Aug 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 Aug 2018 | by Max Weylandt, Ndeapo Wolf

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

26 Jul 2018 | by

This new edition of the Economy Watch bulletin looks at growth forecasts for the world and the region, as well as the prospects of recovery for the Namibian economy. The …

19 Jul 2018 | by Frederico Links

Procurement Tracker is an initiative of the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), with funding support from the Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF), to monitor and track developments and issues within …

9 Jul 2018 | by

After some improvements, the business climate monitor dips again.

24 May 2018 | by Ellison Tjirera

How is government doing on service delivery? Namibians are split

24 May 2018 | by

What do Namibians think about politics and the economy? Our national survey results are out.

9 May 2018 | by Johan J Coetzee

What can businesses do to help fight corruption?

2 May 2018 | by Max Weylandt

Namibians have never rated the economy this poorly, and they are critical of government’s performance