YOUR front page of Friday 20th May is the sort of news that Namibia does not want and cannot afford.N$65 million for a film, and the budget of the police cut by N$20 million plus more cuts to come in the next three years.
THE renaming of the capital city is refusing to die and keeps on haunting those of us who regard it as a puzzling matter.
ON behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Windhoek Islamic Centre, I would like to register our appreciation of the stance that President Hifikepunye Pohamba has taken against corruption since he assumed political power on the 21...
I AM one of the readers who doesn't miss a single issue of The Namibian.
WE ARE all different people with vast cultures and Africa is unique.I was disturbed about the recent 'Talk of the Nation' regarding who is a true African.
AS much as all of us appreciate the rule of law in this country all of us also recognise a number of very serious shortcomings.
PLEASE allow me some space in your newspaper to air some of my views regarding the current debacle between the TAC and Dr Rath regarding treatment of HIV with ARV vs. Micronutrients.
I WOULD be glad if you could publish this letter in your highly esteemed newspaper.I want to air my views regarding people who were giving their ideas about people who rape and kill others, especially children.
DONKEYS win lunch breaks and shorter working hours at Blackpool, England, but teachers in Oshikoto region have no lunchtime and long working hours.
An Open Letter to the Makers of the Movie 'Where Others Wavered' THE art of film making is one filled with passion and love for the project.
ALLOW me space in your newspaper to express my view about the Lubango dungeons.I was only 13 when Namibia got its independence in 1990.
FOR quite a long time now our beloved garden town, Okahandja, is no longer the same.
I AM a member of the Aids Awareness club at Oshitudha Combined School.I have learned that different people have different sorts of future plans, especially learners and unemployed youth.
I WISH to express my deep disappointment that a reputable newspaper like The Namibian publishes many false claims by an individual in the advertisement "Stop AIDS Genocide by the Drug Cartel!" (The Namibian, 13th May 2005).
LET's get this straight, N$1.5 billion wasted in terms of Air Namibia, N$60 million for a war monument and N$420 million for a presidential palace.
IT'S funny the way the mind works.
I THINK the envisaged Basic Income Grant must be given to the people who are really in need of it like the orphans, old people, streetkids and the really chronically poor people.
IN Namibia, after independence, government went to the extent of renaming streets in various towns and cities.
Allow me a space in your newspaper to express my view about government buildings.
IN The Namibian of Friday 13, 2005, an advertisement by the Dr Matthias Rath Foundation was run which makes a number of false and misleading claims regarding the efficacy of antiretrovirals (ARV) for the treatment of HIV/AIDS.