Our country is going through a period of transition following one of its most challenging periods.
Covid-19 really put us on the back foot. Globally, every nation had to deal with the socio-economic fallout from this devastating pandemic.
Thankfully, Namibia’s economy is seeing the first shoots of recovery, which is positive news.
This cautious recovery can be attributed to the resilience of us as Namibians across every level of society and in every region.
We are survivors, and we persevere.
Our strong institutions are another reason we as a nation have been able to pick ourselves up and move forward after the severe economic knocks we took while simultaneously dealing with a social and health emergency.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has 17 goals, with Number 16 focusing on peace, justice, and strong institutions.
Africa’s Agenda 2063 has seven aspirational points, and its ‘Third Aspiration’ focuses on an Africa of good governance, democracy, respect for human…