Manuel Ngaringombe

PDM policy conference and election review slated for next week

PDM policy conference and election review slated for next week

Tujoromajo Kasuto POPULAR Democratic Movement (PDM) Secretary General, Manuel Ngaringombe, says the party will have an policy conference from 18 to 22 October in Otjiwarongo. Themed “Shaping PDM policy towards a transformative society”, the conference is to develop the movements policies on a wide range of various pressing economic, political and societal issues such as land and housing, sustainability, the economy, education, health, climate change, youth unemployment and gender minority rights such as abortion and LGBTQ+ rights. The event will be attended by 100 delegates, carefully chosen from both within the movement and outside, based on their unique set of…
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Pressure mounts on Swapo

Pressure mounts on Swapo

Andrew Kathindi Calls continue to mount for Swapo to again clarify its involvement into the Fishrot saga after lawyer Sisa Namandje damning allegations contained in an affidavit presented to the Anti-Corruption Commission that he had made payments to the ruling party from funds allegedly illegally funneled out of Fishcor. Despite the party having previously denied its involvement, its deafening silence over the recent revelations have raised concern among its rank and file and the official opposition party. Popular Democratic Movement Secretary General, Manuel Ngaringombe challenged Swapo to address the allegations. “PDM challenges SWAPO to come clean on Fishrot, and for…
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PDM rejects Ombudsman’s findings

PDM rejects Ombudsman’s findings

Clifton Movirongo Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) has rejected and hit out at the Ombudsman, accusing him of being “captured” after he absolved President Hage Geingob for allegedly inciting racial hatred against white people. This comes after Geingob, during the launch of the ruling party's campaign for the upcoming elections last month, said he has noted a trend in which white Namibians have been registering themselves to vote “in big numbers”, accusing them of conspiring to vote for “anything else but Swapo”, a development, the President said, was a declaration of war against Swapo, despite the ruling party having had made…
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