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The Namibian
Fri 24 Apr 2015
 ANTI-CORRUPTION Commission, it might be that 177 complaints were baseless last year. But you have a legal duty to provide the reasons to complainants in writing. You don't do that, which makes your conduct unlawful!
 MINISTER of fisheries Bernard Esau, my advice to get the aquaculture project on track is to milk from the desk of the initiator, late minister Abraham Iyambo. Let his legacy continue. — Makuti
 THE President has spoken, now we can only hope that we all maintain the rhythm of his maiden speech. Well done, Mr President. It's quite refreshing to know you care for Namibians in totality.
 COMRADE President Hage Geingob, let your minister of works and transport look at our roads from Uutapi to Onesi, Tsandi to Onesi and Onesi to Epalela. These roads need to be tarred. Our vehicles are getting damaged, especially during the rainy season.
 OUR First Lady is smart, elegant, successful and the most beautiful First Lady in Africa. Way to go, Madam Geingos, keep on making us proud like our President does.
Who will be the big winner of NAMAs 2015?

1. Gazza

2. Exit

3. Oteya

4. Lize Ehlers

Results so far:
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Aftershocks cause more terror as Nepal quake toll tops 2 200
Powerful aftershocks rocked Nepal Sunday, panicking survivors of a quake that killed more than 2 200 and triggering fresh avalanches at Everest base camp, as rescuers dug through rubble in the devastated capital Kathmandu. Read more...
TEAR ... Nepalese residents walk past road damage following an earthquake in Kathmandu on 26 April. International aid groups and governments intensified efforts to get rescuers and supplies into earthquake-hit Nepal but severed communications and landslides in the Himalayan nation posed formidable challenges to the relief effort. Photo: AFP

IJG Daily Bulletin
 BOXING | 2015-04-26
Sakaria Lukas wins IBF title
Sakaria 'Desert Storm' Lukas captured the IBF Continental Africa title after defeating Tanzania's Issa Nampepeche by KO in round seven of their fight at the Windhoek Country Club on Sunday morning. Read more...
 INTERNATIONAL | 2015-04-26
African runners achieve London Marathon clean sweep
Eliud Kipchoge led a Kenyan clean sweep of the podium places as he won the men's London Marathon on Sunday in an unofficial time of two hours, four minutes and 41 seconds. Read more...
 INTERNATIONAL | 2015-04-25
Crusaders, Waratahs and Stormers win in Super Rugby
The Crusaders, defending champion New South Wales and Stormers all won on Saturday to boost their playoff hopes as teams approach the final straight of the Super Rugby season. Read more...
 FOOTBALL | 2015-04-25
Ten-men Pirates steal Stars' shine
Goalkeeper Charles Uirab's heroics helped Orlando Pirates eliminate holders African Stars from the Bidvest Namibia Cup 4-3 on penalties after an intensely contested semi-final match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-25
Hundreds dead in Nepal quake, deadly avalanche on Everest
A massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake killed hundreds of people Saturday as it ripped through large parts of Nepal, toppling office blocks and towers in Kathmandu and triggering a deadly avalanche that hit Everest base camp. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-25
Government commits N$92 million to drought
The government will in the next three months distribute food to the value of N$92.5 million to 417 944 people affected by the drought. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-24
Bodies still taken to SA for cremation
UNDERTAKERS are still taking bodies to South Africa for cremation, four months after the Windhoek crematorium broke down. Read more...
 AFRICA | 2015-04-23
Defamation trial of Angolan activist postponed
The defamation trial of Angolan anti-corruption activist Rafael Marques was on Thursday postponed until next month while discussions were underway to negotiate a settlement. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-24
Pastors against pastors
TEN local pastors have joined forces against crime, especially against false prophets and pastors who deceive people. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-24
NamPower to probe KPMG tender
THE NamPower board appears to be divided on what to do with the KPMG commercial advisory tender whose cost ballooned from N$2,4 million to over N$36 million. Read more...
Windhoek 13° 28° 0mm
Walvis Bay 10° 24° 0mm
Oshakati 18° 32° -
Keetmanshoop 11° 32° 0mm
Grootfontein 10° 30° 0mm
Gobabis 14° 31° 0mm
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