Swapo welcomes 500 new members in Kabbe North District


Swapo Party's Central Committee Member Albert Kawana has welcomed 500 new members in Kabbe North District`.

Welcoming the new members, Dr. Kawana reminded them that Swapo did not only fight for the liberation of the country but for the wellbeing of all citizens, irrespective of their background.

He noted that the Zambezi Region has a rich history with the Swapo Party, and they should be on the lookout not to be misled.

Swapo Party welcomes new members


The Swapo Party welcomed over a hundred new members at the party's 64th anniversary.

The former Mayor of Mariental, who previously served in the council on the Landless Peoples Movement ticket, Adam Kuhlman, was among those who joined the Swapo Party. 

The Swapo Party Vice President, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah and the party's politburo member, Saara  Kuugongelwa-Amadhila, welcomed the new members from across all party districts in the Hardap Region.

Swapo Party Vice President urges defending independence's legacy 


Swapo Party Vice President Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah has called on party members to defend the foundation that paved the way for the country's hard-won independence. 

She made the call at the party's 64th-anniversary commemoration at Mariental in the Hardap Region. 

Swapo Party members from all walks of life converged at the Hage Geingob Stadium to celebrate the party's over sixty years of existence. 

Swapo and Communists parties cement relationship


Swapo Party Secretary General Sophia Shaningwa has affirmed that the party will continue to strengthen its relationship with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). 

This statement follows her recent weeklong trip to China, where she led a delegation of the party's Central Committee members to discuss bilateral political relations.

"It is a continuing process that will continue so that the two parties will assist each other up until something happens, but for now we are having that sisterly friendship, and we will continue to respect that on a mutual basis."

Eduaction key to preparing learners for green hydrogen opportunities


Education is the key to accessing opportunities for development presented by both the Namibian government and through the country's natural resources.

This was said by Swapo Party member Verna Sinimbo at Sifuha Village in the Zambezi Region.

Addressing community members at Sinufa village as the political leader assigned to the Kabbe North district in the Zambezi Region, Sinimbo underlined the importance of education in preparing children to take advantage of opportunities in the fields, especially green hydrogen, and the oil and gas industry in Namibia.

Swapo Party ready to continue improving people's living standard


Former Governor of the Erongo Region, Samuel Nuuyoma, says the Swapo Party is determined and ready to improve the living conditions of Namibians because that is the reason the party fought and sacrificed to liberate the country.

Nuuyoma made the remarks at a mini rally at Swakopmund, where he handed over cards to new members.

According to him, Swapo's plan for a better Namibia is not lost because the party will use available resources to realise that dream.

Swapo Party members in Kapako accuse leadership of discrimination


Some Swapo Party members in Kapako in the Kavango West Region are accusing the leadership of discrimination and intimidation. 

The SPYL District Secretary for Kapako says, even though Valentinus Munkara was elected as the district coordinator last year, the Secretary General's office recognises Maurus Nekaro instead. A decision that they reject. 

During a media briefing at Kapako over the weekend, SPYL District Secretary of Kapako, Stefanus Kudumo, said the party leadership is undermining the democratic rights of its members. 

Swapo Party celebrates return of more than 180 members at Malengalenga in Zambezi


190 people at Malengalenga in Linyanti district joined the Swapo Party from other political parties.

The members were received by Swapo Party Secretary General Sofia Shaningwa on Saturday late afternoon at Malengalenga. 

Most of the members came from the Independence Patriots for Change (IPC), while others supported an independent candidate during the last elections. 

The returning members said they were back home to the party of their forefathers, fathers, mothers, and brothers.