NDP concludes northern regions' campaign


The National Democratic Party (NDP) has promised to create job opportunities for young people if elected to power in the November national elections. 

Its president, Martin Lukato, addressed a media briefing at Ondangwa.

Lukato has concluded his house-to-house campaign, carried out in the northern regions.

He hailed the effort as a success, noting its aim of getting voters to consider the better future offered by the NDP.

Martin Lukato retains position


The leader of the National Democratic Party (NDP), Martin Lukato, has been re-elected to lead the party once again at its first-ever congress since its establishment.

The congress was held at Katima Mulilo.

The Congress filled 18 portfolios, with Lukato and David Mwilima retaining their positions as President and Vice President, respectively.

Those who served in the positions of Secretary General, Vice Secretary General, National Chairperson, National Treasurer, Spokesperson, Mobilizer, and Coordinator all retained their positions.

More investment needed in agricultural sector - NDP


The National Democratic Party (NDP) is calling on the Namibian government to invest more in the agricultural sector to address poverty and unemployment.

The party president, Martin Lukato, said that Zambezi Region can become the country's breadbasket but lacks fully fledged agricultural projects such as green schemes that can contribute to the country's development and food security.

NDP replaces Watson Kalaluka with Simasiku Mukendwa


The National Democratic Party (NDP) has replaced Watson Kalaluka on the Katima Mulilo Town Council's management committee with Simasiku Mukendwa.

Kalaluka was removed from his party position for various reasons, including accusations of failing to commit to a 30% contribution from his sitting allowance, refusing to share minutes from council meetings, and engaging in the demolition of illegal housing structures at an informal settlement against the party's wishes.