The Evening Review
The Evening Review- Episode 159 -21. 09 .2020 . 21 September 2020
WATCH: Outgoing City of Windhoek CEO Robert Kahimise holds no punches in narrating his bumpy ride in charge of the country’s capital, including his fallout with City Police chief Abraham Kanime. He also chronicles his proudest moments of the four years in charge.
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WATCH: German airline Lufthansa is resuming its commercial flights back to Windhoek this Sunday, bringing in 200 tourists. Joining us from Johannesburg, South Africa to discuss this is Dr André Schulz, the airline’s general manager for Southern & East Africa.
The Evening Review Episode: 156 | 15 September 2020
WATCH: Award-winning Zimbabwean investigative journalist Hopewell Chin’ono, who spent six weeks in jail for his reporting on corruption in that country, shares his story and the first-hand injustices he continued to endure at the hands of President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government agents.
The Evening Review - Episode 154 - 14 09 2020
WATCH: Did AR activists resign from Swapo last month to avoid being kicked out after the party’s recent extraordinary congress? Is there friction between AR and Dr Itula’s IPC ahead of the important November elections? Activist Dimbulukeni Nauyoma responds.
The Evening Review Episode 153 11 09 2020
WATCH: Political analyst Dr Ndumbah Kamwanyah dives into Walvis Bay Urban constituency councillor Knowledge Ipinge's recent "hipocracy" remark about Dr Panduleni Itula and his Independent Patriots for Change. He also says coalition politics should be founded in ideology and common ground among parties who aim to wrestle power away from Swapo
The Evening Review Episode 152 10 09 2020
WATCH: Ingrid Husselmann, the children's advocate in the Office of the Ombudsman, discusses matters impacting the Namibian child. She also hones in on the rape culture prevalent in Namibia, and shares why she supports children going back to school, despite the increasing number of Covid-19 cases.
The Evening Review Episode 151 09 09 2020
WATCH: Reginald Kock of the Namibia Cabin Crew Union says a decision by the management of Air Namibia to cut staff salaries by 50% was unexpected. He adds that the ailing national carrier's management had also failed to use the opportunities they were presented to earn revenue during the Covid-19 restrictions, including through operating cargo flights.