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The Namibian
Tue 26 May 2015
 *THERE is a report that China is illegally fishing in African waters. There are also reports of Chinese poaching syndicates. China needs to work on its image.
 *MR President, bring in more fertility clinics. There is a drastic need for couples who are struggling to have babies and they must be affordable.
 *WELL done Mr President, but until we know what happened to the GIPF millions, nothing has changed.
 *FNB Namibia branch in Omaruru, increase your tellers. One cannot stand in the queue for two hours. If you cannot improve your service, we will move to other banks.
POLL
Will divorcing teachers' colleges from Unam improve the education system?

1. No, it is a waste of money.

2. Yes, it will attract those with passion.

3. It doesn't matter. Students will enroll anyway.

4. Maybe, but they must raise the entry requirements.


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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-05-27
Battle over phosphate
FISHERIES minister has warned the government against “blindly” giving approval to companies that want to mine marine phosphate, saying the country's long term future should matter more. Read more...
Bernard Esau

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NEWS
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-27
300 San development volunteers unpaid
MORE than 300 volunteers and 400 beneficiaries of the San development programme have not received their allowances for the past three months. Read more...
2015-05-26
Free for all ... as Govt lifts ban on civil servants engaging in private businesses
A THREE-YEAR ban on government workers to engage in private businesses and competing for state contracts has been lifted, despite concerns of widespread conflict of interest in the public service and neglecting of work. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-27
NamPower asks industries to save power
NAMPOWER has told mines, local authorities and electricity distributors such as the Windhoek municipality and ErongoRed to voluntarily save energy by cutting down on non-essential loads. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-27
Foot-and-mouth disease spreads to Omusati
THE foot-and-mouth disease that broke out in some of the northern regions recently has spread to Omusati and there are fears that it might have reached Kunene after signs of the disease were detected at Otjorute village, between Kunene and Omusati last week. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-27
63-year-old man shoots girlfriend, self
A 63-YEAR-OLD man and his girlfriend (46), whom he allegedly shot before turning the gun on himself in Katutura's Greenwell Matongo on Monday, are fighting for their lives, police have said. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-27
Unionist off the hook on fraud charge
THE fraud charge that trade unionist Alfred Angula has been facing since October 2013 has been dropped. Read more...

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