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The Namibian
Tue 28 Jul 2015
 *THE City of Windhoek is spending hundreds of millions on road resurfacing while roads remain congested. Khomasdal and Katutura traffic is a nightmare. The public needs to think for you.
 *SUICIDE bombers. What form of religion allows young girls to be used as killing machines? Surely these extremists cannot be worshipping God.
 *THE education ministry has done well at forcing Ovahimba and Ovazemba children out of livestock herding into tents and classes with no books and study materials.
 *WHY is the Electoral Commission stealing people who are already employed? They should give unemployed people jobs.
Has government dealt with the housing crisis appropriately?

1. No, not at all

2. They are trying their best

3. All talk, no action

4. Yes, through NHE & mass housing

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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-07-28
Process to identify land starts
THE process of identifying land that will be cleared and serviced started in Windhoek yesterday when President Hage Geingob toured parts of the city. Read more...
YOUR LAND … President Hage Geingob, minister of urban and rural development Sophia Shaningwa and vice president Nickey Iyambo look at the City of Windhoek map to identify land to be cleared and serviced for plots in Goreagab Dam, Otjomuise and Cimbebasia areas yesterday.

IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-28
Emotional welcome for honoured Ndume
SHE did not expect such a rousing welcome and Dr Helena Ndume burst into tears when she arrived at the Hosea Kutako International Airport to a surprise welcome back reception yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-28
Sandy Tjitendero dies in Germany
WIDOW of the late founding Speaker of the National Assembly Mose Tjitendero, Sandra, unexpectedly passed away while attending a wedding in Germany on Sunday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-28
Nekundi cancels youth league meeting
THE uncertainty over the leadership of the Swapo Party Youth League is set to linger on after an impromptu meeting planned for the past weekend failed to materialise. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-28
Political will needed to ensure water for Namibia
ALMOST 70% of water extracted from the Kunene River is lost due to leakages, evaporation and billing inefficiencies, an engineering study commissioned by the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry has found. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-28
Ondonga loses land dispute
THE Ondonga Traditional Authority yesterday lost the first round in a legal battle against its Oukwanyama counterpart about the validity of an agreement that was meant to end a territorial dispute between the two traditional authorities 11 years ago. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-28
Attorney general to keep Govt contracts
EVERY government institution is now required to submit electronic versions of all their agreements to the office of the attorney general, Sacky Shanghala. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-28
Man denies Okombahe knife murder
A MAN accused of having stabbed his girlfriend to death at Okombahe in the Erongo region in October 2012 pleaded not guilty to a murder charge in the Windhoek High Court yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-28
Federation for visually impaired faces closure
THE Namibian Federation of the Visually Impaired (NFVI) could close down at the end of this year due to a financial crisis. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-28
Jobless Outjo man struggles to feed 11 children

UNEMPLOYED father of 11, Immanuel /Hoaeb has a worried look on his face - he does not know where his family's next meal will come from. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-28
Zambezi urged to shun tribalism, regionalism
ZAMBEZI regional governor Lawrence Sampofu has urged local communities to foster nationhood by shunning tribalism and regionalism. Read more...

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