Your thoughts on WE

06 August 2018 | Local News

Today marks a new era for Windhoek Express as it – along with our sister publication Erongo – becomes Namibia’s first Sunday newspaper in nearly two decades.

The shift not only gives our readers more time to enjoy the newspaper, but WE also now have more stories to tell. To mark this occasion, WE took the streets to find out from our readers what they think this will mean for them, what they would like to see in the newspaper and what impact the N$5 price tag has.

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