"Draft Spectrum Allocation Strategy," report prepared by ICT Consultants (Pty) Ltd., for the Namibian Communications Commission, 26 April 2009. As noted by Steve Song (Open Spectrum Alliance of South Africa), this report has a lot of useful information about current spectrum use in Namibia although it says nothing about unlicensed bands (except that they exist internationally).
"Namibia: Telecom Unveils N$1-Billion Blueprint"by Francis Mukuzunga, New Era (Windhoek), 21 September 2006 (via AllAfrica): "Telecom Namibia yesterday announced an ambitious rollout programme for the next five years aimed at boosting the company's Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs)... By mid-next year, most places in Namibia would have broadband wireless access to the Internet..."
"Penduka, the defunct broadcasting [receivers] licence fees-collecting agency, a subsidiary of the J and P Group, has broken its silence on alleged financial irregularities which led to the termination of its contract with NBC [Namibian Broadcasting Corp. According to Penduka, there are] many television sets out there which were not paying licences. We were just at the initial stage of this massive national project which has the potential to rake in money for the broadcaster..." --New Era, via BalancingAct Africa 324 (September 2006).
Draft Telecommunications Bill (no date - and no indication if there is a public consultation still underway). Section 82(16) says: "The authority may prescribe (a) categories of radio apparatus, the use or possession of which; or (b) the circumstances in which the use or possession of radio apparatus, does not require a licence, certificate or authority... or a permit..."
"Namibia: Communications Bill Adopted," by Brigitte Weidlich, The Namibian, 17 July 2009 (via AllAfrica.com): "All ten opposition party Members of Parliament present in the National Assembly yesterday rejected the controversial Communications Bill and voted against it, while the 32 Swapo MPs with voting rights present all rose like one to vote in favour. The bill will now be sent to the National Council..."
Namibia in the Information Age, by Christoph Stork and Albertus Aochamub, Namibian Economic Policy Research Unit, Research Report number 25 (2003, 130 pages).