The Evening Review
The Evening Review - 25 October 2021
WATCH: Did former Koevoet/SWATF soldiers fight for or against Namibia’s independence? Former SWATF soldier and Namibia War Veterans Trust (Namvet) chairperson Jabulani Ndeunyema answers this and explains why Namibians who fought on the side of apartheid South Africa against Swapo deserve to be treated better.
The Evening Review - 22 October 2021
WATCH: Rent-To-Own MD Inocencio Verde gives an update on the Ongos Valley development and says its economies of scale will allow it to build houses cheaply, saying it's even attracting investors from abroad. He also touches on notions of perceived political favouritism, saying a project the size and scope of Ongos is bound to attract naysayers, following recent questions from Windhoek mayor Job Amupanda over the construction and expansion of the Monte Christo road and lobbying by presidential advisor Daisry Mathias. #TheEveningReview visit: oneuptwo.com
The Evening Review - 21 October 2021
WATCH: Swakopmund Constituency councillor Ciske Smith-Howard, of the Independent Patriots for Change (IPC), says party leader Dr Panduleni Itula is autocratic and is not the leader she thought he was. She was suspended from her government position yesterday. #TheEveningReview Visit: oneuptwo.com
The Evening Review - 19 October 2021
WATCH: Political analyst Phanuel Kaapama says the coalition partners on the City of Windhoek council have a golden opportunity to prove that they are capable of governing the capital. He also provides advice on what needs to happen in order for the coalition grouping to work towards a common goal, free of political fights and misunderstandings. He also cautioned that service delivery should not take a back seat while coalition partners sought out their differences.
REPEAT: The Evening Review - 26 March 2021
REPEAT: In this typical weekend curtain-raiser conversation, veteran musician King Tee Dee (The Dogg) talks about his life in music, business and his working relationship with Swapo. He also answers questions around alleged Fishrot payments received by some in the ruling party. #TheEveningReview Visit: oneuptwo.com
The Evening Review - 14 October 2021
WATCH: Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) secretary general Manuel Ngaringombe says his party does not owe its increased number of seats in parliament to former independent presidential candidate Dr Panduleni Itula but rather to its own efforts to grow its membership base. Ngaringombe also reflects on the current City of Windhoek coalition agreement entered into with opposition political parties, saying that the City's councilors need time to sort out the mess at the City of Windhoek. #TheEveningReview visit: oneuptwo.com
The Evening Review - 13 October 2021
WATCH: Is the Tourism industry monopolised by a small group? Nrupesh Soni, founder and owner of the Namibia Travel And Tourism Forum, says the Namibia Tourism Board must upscale its regulation efforts and work towards a more inclusive tourism industry. #TheEveningReview Visit: oneuptwo.com