Affirmative Repositioning Movement leader Job Amupanda was yesterday elected Mayor of Windhoek, with Popular Democratic Movement’s Clemenencia Hanases serving as his deputy. Speaking at his elections Amupanda said this era requires all people to engage and negotiate even on matters in which they would not agree on at times. To find out more about what Amupanda’s election means for residents of Windhoek, Future Media News spoke to political analyst Dr Ndumba Kamwanyah who cautioned that there is a difference between a bureaucrat and a revolutionary.