|Libya's ambassador in Namibia defects|
afrol News, 4 March - A Namibian-based diplomat at the Libyan Embassy has defected to join anti-Ghaddafi and pro-democracy movement at home and abroad. Saad Bakar (44) and his family have left Namibia for "a Mediterranean destination".
|Cold War secrets of Namibia, Angola revealed|
afrol News, 8 February - In a seldom interview, a Namibian ex-police chief reveals how the country's SWAPO freedom fighters fought together with the Angolan UNITA rebels in the early 1970s, at a time when UNITA started getting the apartheid regime's help in the Angolan civil war.
|Ruling on Namibia polls Thursday|
afrol News, 3 March - The Namibian High court is expected to give its verdict on the application by nine opposition parties contesting last year's election results which gave President Hifikepunye Pohamba's party a landslide victory. The nine parties are seeking nullification of the outcome of last year’s general elections.
|MCA selects IBTCI for Namibia’s poverty project|
afrol News, 18 January - FreeBalance, a software company that helps governments around the world to leverage robust Government Resource Planning (GRP) technology to accelerate country growth, has been selected to provide Fiscal Agent financial software to Namibia, under the project funded by the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC).
|Pohamba seeks 2nd term in Namibia|
afrol News, 27 November - Namibia’s President Hifikepunye Pohamba and his ruling South West Africa People's Organisation (SWAPO), are expected to retain the stronghold of government, as Namibias started to cast their votes today.
|Namibia urges SA to improve cross-border traffic|
afrol News, 3 November - Visiting Namibia, South African President Jacob Zuma today was told that progress was too slow when it comes to build new infrastructure links between the two neighbours and removing border crossing restrictions. Namibia fears for promised World Cup benefits.
|Namibia urges for harder line against coups d’état|
afrol News, 28 September - Governments that come to power through coups d’état should be banned from participating in all United Nations institutions. Namibia’s Foreign Minister told the General Assembly today, urging member states to take a tougher line against undemocratic transfers of power.
» 10.11.2008 - New regional news agency services launched
» 23.10.2008 - Namibians stand up to AIDS challenge
» 10.10.2008 - Namibia independence gave Peace Prize
» 10.09.2008 - Mass graves discovered in Namibia
» 29.08.2008 - World class uranium deposits discovered in Namibia
» 20.08.2008 - Namibia sanctions ivory trade
» 04.08.2008 - Regional body endorse global initiative to fight crime
» 04.08.2008 - Namibia signs $304.5 million poverty grant
» 29.07.2008 - Namibia secures record grant
» 25.07.2008 - Namibia gears up on anti money laundering
» 14.07.2008 - Namibia registers record inflation
» 19.06.2008 - Namibia reaches 30 percent women MP target
» 02.06.2008 - Skills shortage plagues Namibia's mining industry
» 15.05.2008 - "Tourism in Namibia set to soar"
» 09.04.2008 - Namibia leader reshuffles cabinet