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6 Aug 2020 | by IPPR

This short briefing paper reviews the measures taken by government to mitigate the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on households and businesses. The paper presents a concise summary of …

4 Aug 2020 | by Dietrich Remmert

This new briefing paper argues that the Office of the Auditor-General should take a more pro-active approach to tackling corruption and find ways of collaborating with key stakeholders including the …

4 Aug 2020 | by ACTION Coalition

The ACTION Coalition, of which IPPR is a member, has called for an end to the official silence on human rights abuses in Zimbabwe. In a media statement, the Coalition …

28 Jul 2020 | by Frederico Links

As the COVID-19 pandemic spread from its initial epicentre in China at the end of December 2019, so too did a rising tide of disinformation. Some of this disinformation, known …

21 Jul 2020 | by IPPR

This quarterly economic review from the IPPR examines economic developments that took place in the second quarter of 2020, which was dominated by the arrival of the coronavirus in Namibia. …

30 Jun 2020 | by Klaus Schade

The IJG Business Climate Monitor (BCM) continued to rise in April 2020 although at a slower pace. The Leading Indicator also rose to 57.81 from 56.77. The continued rises in …

18 Jun 2020 | by Nishi Felton

In light of the controversy around the Henties Bay gallows and the consequent #GallowsMustFall petition, this briefing note looks at the history of executions, hangings and lynchings in colonial Namibia. …

11 Jun 2020 | by Frederico Links & Nestor Shekunangela

This latest edition of the Public Procurement Tracker bulletin examines how the integrity of the public procurement system can be undermined during a State of Emergency as the usual checks …

11 Jun 2020 | by IPPR

The COVID-19 pandemic has provided yet another excuse for government to kick the can of reform further down the road. But difficult issues like the size of the government wage …

2 Jun 2020 | by Klaus Schade

The IJG Business Climate Monitor (BCM) improved further to 53.5 points in March 2020 from 52.0 points a month earlier. The Leading Indicator, on the other hand, weakened to 56.8 …

6 May 2020 | by Graham Hopwood

Namibia has improved the transparency and availability of its budget information slightly but offers no formal opportunities for the public to give their views on budget allocations and the execution …

5 May 2020 | by Klaus Schade

The IJG Business Climate Monitor continued its upward movement in February 2020 and remained above the 50-point mark for the third consecutive month. The Leading Indicator showed a similarly strong …