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The Namibian
Fri 27 Feb 2015
 THE churches have the means to teach from a tender age at Sunday schools even before a child reaches kindergarden - the need to respect elders, maintain discipline, and foster and cement good mannerisms; they also deal with hunger, poverty issues and eve
 CITY of Windhoek, are you aware of the terrible rotten smell in Marula, Smarties and Wanaheda?. We have contracted endless flu like symptoms. Do you really care about our health or are you just happy to take our money? Please act!
 IF nannies get N$1 200 a month, how will single working mothers manage because by law you only get N$300 maintenance money from the father?
 I THINK it's about time that Namibia moves on from the claiming phase and start taking action. Big ups to Job Amupanda!
 NANGOLO Mbumba, shame on you! Leave Job Amupanda alone. He did not insult the nation like you did. Do you think we forgot what you said last year at the Sam Nujoma Stadium?
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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  • No vacant positions

NEWS | 2015-03-02
Swapo to charge Amupanda
THE Swapo Party leadership is set to formalise the process of charging suspended youth leader Job Amupanda, since the party structure that gave him the boot last year did not have the powers to do so. Read more...
Job Amupanda

IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-02
HH cries 'coup d'état'
FORMER Rally for Democracy Progress president Hidipo Hamutenya (75) says that he is being pushed out of his position and that he had no intention of relinquishing the party presidency. Read more...
Land application numbers escalate
As mass land applications, under the Affirmative Repositioning action, happen countrywide more landless Namibians continue to submit their applications for land in their respective towns and rejecting Swapo's threats of suspending members who would dare apply for land today. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-02
Domestics elect gardener to lead union
THE revival of the Namibian Domestic and Allied Workers Union (Ndawu) took one step forward on Saturday after members elected gardener Solomon Hobexab as president during its third national congress. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-02
Over 35 000 land applications submitted
THE call for a nationwide 'land mass action' by suspended Swapo youth leader Job Amupanda saw more than 35 000 applications submitted to local authorities on Friday. That is with the exception of Windhoek. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-02
Farmer killed in attack
A GERMAN citizen died of suffocation from being gagged during a farm attack in the Hardap region on Thursday.

It is the second farm attack in as many weeks in the Hardap region. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-02
Otjiwarongo CEO denies favouring a colleague
THE Otjiwarongo Municipality's chief executive officer (CEO), Ismael /Howoseb, has denied speculation of him allegedly grooming a manager serving under him for a senior position at the municipality since his appointment as CEO on 1 January 2015. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-02
Ceiling collapses on Kandjimi Murangi pupils
PUPILS who stay at the hostel at the Kandjimi Murangi Secondary School in the Kavango West region narrowly escaped injury after a ceiling in the boys' hostel fell on them. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-02
Club reveller killed and shop looted in Katutura
CLUB Pamodzi in Windhoek was the scene of a murder and looting after a security guard shot a reveller out of self-defence during the early hours of Saturday morning. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-02
Cash-in-transit robbery accused denied bail

TWO alleged armed robbers who are accused of carrying out a cash-in-transit heist in June last year were denied bail at the Okahandja Magistrate's Court on Thursday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-02
Mass land application orderly at coast
THOUSANDS of applications were submitted at the coast during the “Affirmative Repositioning” mass campaign on Friday with Swakopmund and Walvis Bay being the most sought after locations in Erongo, receiving over 10 000 applications. Read more...
Windhoek 15° 33° -
Walvis Bay 14° 21° -
Oshakati 19° 35° -
Keetmanshoop 17° 39° -
Grootfontein 17° 34° -
Gobabis 16° 35° -
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