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An analysis of President Geingob`s first 100 days in office
The Namibian
Mon 29 Jun 2015
 *WHAT is wrong if people kill dogs to eat? People kill cattle, goats, sheep, and donkeys for meat. If it is our culture to eat dogs, so be it.
 *I WANT to see the requirements for voting next time. I am tired of voting for educated people. An E symbol in English and 20 to 25 points in Grade 12 seem to be constant requirements for everything these days.
 *SACKEY Shanghala, do something to improve the working conditions of public prosecutors. The high staff turnover speaks volumes.
 *AS a Namibian I am expecting a response from the Chinese Embassy regarding the dog that was slaughtered. This is a pure act of animal cruelty.
POLL
How would you rate President Hage Geingob's first 3 months in office?

1. A total flop

2. Highly successful

3. It's too early to rate

4. Encouraging but with many challenges to face.


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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-06-30
Expensive team
THREE of the five executives appointed by President Hage Geingob yesterday as part of his new State House advisers are likely to earn more than ministers. Read more...
REASON TO SMILE ... (back row left) Daisry Mathias, John Steytler, Etienne Maritz, Albertus Aochamub, Yvonne Dausab and Frans Kapofi. (front row from left) Inge Zaamwani-Kamwi, President Hage Geingob, Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila, Mukwaita Shanyengana and Penny Akwenye.

IJG Daily Bulletin
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 NATIONAL | 2015-06-30
Discipline - Cornelius Goreseb's heartache
CORNELIUS Goreseb, the late Damara unifier, would probably be turning in his grave because of the dire straits the high school named after him is in. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-06-30
Appeal considered after libel case loss
THE company publishing The Namibian is taking steps to appeal against a High Court ruling in which a former Air Namibia manager has been awarded damages of N$80 000 over an article that he claimed had been defamatory about himself. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-06-30
Nanso's suspension to affect thousands of students
STUDENTS from around the country will be denied the chance to participate in the process to elect the new leadership of the National Youth Council (NYC), after their representative was suspended from the organisation. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-06-30
1 200 wait for Keetmans mass houses
ABOUT 1 200 people at Keetmanshoop are on the waiting list for houses built under the mass housing programme. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-06-30
100 days later ... is Geingob's Namibian House shaping up?
YESTERDAY marked 100 days since Hage Geingob assumed the country's Presidency and that journey so far has seen him assembling a transparent, albeit bloated administration, getting a firm grip on the ruling party's presidency, and giving his Cabinet ministers deadlines. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-06-30
Dog owner offers to pay boy's family
THE owner of the two pit bull terriers who viciously attacked and killed a young boy in Otjomuise on Saturday, has agreed to compensate the mourning family yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-06-29
Air Namibia, Namases part ways
Air Namibia and their suspended managing director (MD), Theo Namases, went their separate ways on Monday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-06-29
Geingob on declarations, mining deal and SME Bank
THE Namibian asked President Hage Geingob about his wealth, his involvement in a mining deal and his links to the SME Bank and below he answers the questions posed by Shinovene Immanuel and Tileni Mongudhi. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-06-29
Boy mauled to death by two dogs
IT was supposed to be a normal weekend away from the school hostel, which included playing with friends in the streets of the neighbourhood. Read more...

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