LPM wants Zimbabwe's Ambassador send back


Bernardus Swartbooi, leader of the Landless People's Movement (LPM), has called on President Hage Geingob to send back the Zimbabwean Ambassador to Namibia.

The LPM added its voice to that of various opposition parties in the SADC region that denounced the August 23rd and 24th Harmonised General Elections in Zimbabwe.

According to preliminary reports by SADC, the African Union, and several international election observer bodies, elections in that country fell short of several constitutional requirements.

MCO on Politics Defence and Security implements 86% of decisions taken


The Ministerial Committee of the Organ on Politics, Defence and Security was able to implement 86% of the decisions taken.

The Chairperson, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, disclosed this during the closing ceremony of the five-day meeting of the organ held in Windhoek.

The decisions are part of the Ministerial Committee Organ meeting held last year.

Zimbabweans in the diaspora urged to go home and vote


Zimbabwean veteran journalist Hopewell Chinono has urged all Zimbabweans in the diaspora to go back home and participate in the national elections slated for August 23.

Chinono is attending the Regional Conference on Information and Communication Rights in Africa in Windhoek.

Election fever is already running high in Zimbabwe, with political parties on the campaign trail. In terms of the country's previous electoral law, eligible voters in the diaspora could cast their votes from anywhere.