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Africa Cup of Nations - 17 January to 8 February 2015
The Namibian
Tue 27 Jan 2015
 LET'S try and pay teachers, ministers and nurses according to work performance, improvement and excellence at each given term and let's see the difference afterwards.
 RESIDENTS of Omuthiya town, the town council is charging us a lot of money in rates and taxes. Let's demand development and the removal of domestic animals from the town.
 I FAIL to understand why the houses built by Namib Bou in Ondangwa have no burglar bars on the windows or perimeters. Are all these services not paid for? This is a serious concern that needs to be investigated.
 MARIA Mwengere Senior Secondary School in Kavango East has not been doing well ever since it was established. Ministry of Education, you know this but you are quiet. Do something please; our children fail too much.
 MINE Workers Union of Namibia president, please contact us. We, the B2 Gold Mine workers, want to join the union as soon as possible. We want a better life and working conditions.
What are the biggest issues that Hage Geingob's administration would have to deal with?

1. Curbing corruption

2. Improving the quality of education and healthcare

3. Provide dignified housing for all

4. Create more jobs

Results so far:
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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-01-27
Former Veterans PS Amagulu dies
FORMER Ministry of Veterans' Affairs permanent secretary, William Ndeutapo Amagulu, has died. He was 61. Read more...
William Ndeutapo Amagulu

IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-27
No 'Brazilians' at St Boniface
THE widespread Namibian phenomenon of hair belonging to others (HBO) and Brazilian wigs is nowhere to be seen at St Boniface College outside Rundu. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-27
Katutura hospital overwhelmed
KATUTURA State Hospital is struggling with an influx of patients that the institution cannot accommodate any more. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-27
Youths torn between dump site and school
SEVERAL youths from needy families in Okahandja have resorted to eating from the refuse dump sites, a situation that reflects the plight of many poor people in the country. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-27
Two road accidents claim ten lives
TEN people died after two separate car accidents took place on Monday and Tuesday this week. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-27
NamPower projects not viable - Fitch
AN international company is pessimistic about NamPower's power-generation projects, claiming that consumption will far outstrip supply, which could result in load-shedding and blackouts. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-27
Illegal harvest of !Nara irks Topnaars
THE illegal harvest of !Nara melons along Kuiseb River by non-concession rights holders have become a concern for the indigenous Topnaar community. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-27
Misa yet to pay off EU debt
REGIONAL director of the Media Institute of Southern Africa Zoe Titus yesterday said they are still awaiting a recovery note from the European Union outlining what they owe. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-27
200 contract workers claim unfair treatment
MORE than 200 workers will be laid off after the completion of the first phase of the Tsumeb Dundee sulpheric acid plant. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-27
Hungry baboons visit Rocky Crest
RESIDENTS of the Rocky Crest suburb in the capital were caught by surprise on Sunday morning when a troop of baboons came scrambling for food. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-27
Heavy rain expected to hit Namibia
THE dominant picture for Namibia's weather is rain for most of the country until at least Wednesday, according to Odillo Kgobetsi, chief meteorological technician for forecasting at the Windhoek weather office. Read more...

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