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The Namibian
Fri 19 Dec 2014
 CREDIT to Ms Kauraisa from the Ministry of Education's human resources department. She is the best. Keep up the good work!
 WHO compiles the inflation rates? Everyday consumer prices go up, yet we are told everything is just fine and we should keep on being happy.
 MTC, we Namibians cannot afford to pay N$2 daily. Please, change your strategy. What Tim Ekandjo said on NBC TV is unacceptable.
 ECN, you are being unrealistic! You cannot just pay us N$2 900. We had to pay for own transport, accommodation and food. What will we do with N$2 900?
 GOBABIS municipality, please build a wall around the cemetery at Epako. That place is now a playground for children. Cars drive over some graves.
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 | 2014-12-21
Amupanda sets land grab ultimatum
More than 50 000 landless youth in Namibia are ready to grab land if land is not provided to them by en July 2015. Read more...
OCCUPY ... Some residents of Oshakati, especially at the Uupindi informal settlement, are occupying town land illegally since August this year. Seen here are two of 10 shacks marked “Illegal Remove” by the town council. Photo: Nampa

Electoral Commission of Namibia
IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-21
Somebody has to be last: Hardap education director
The directors of education in the Hardap and //Karas regions both chose to focus on the positives in light of the regions' damning performance in the 2014 national final exams. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-21
Murder and suicide in Khomas
The Khomas Region was marred by murder, attempted murders and suicide over the weekend. Read more...
 BOXING | 2014-12-21
Hitman 'not happy' with win
Paulus 'The Hitman' Moses is “not happy” with the manner in which his fight against Argentinian Jorge Rodriguez ended at the Healao Nafidi Centre in Omafo on Saturday/Sunday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-21
ICT businessman Gerard Jensen dies
WALVIS BAY businessman Gerard Jensen was found dead in his house on Thursday after allegedly succumbing to a heart-attack - and had not committed suicide as per rumours going around. Read more...
 INTERNATIONAL | 2014-12-21
Title hopes dented by Villa draw, says van Gaal
Louis van Gaal fears Manchester United's failure to beat Aston Villa will prove a major blow to their hopes of winning the Premier League title. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-19
NEFF supports Swakop land grabbers
REPRESENTATIVES of the Namibian Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) drove from Windhoek to Swakopmund on Friday to pledge their support toward the land grabbing at the coastal town, which started on Wednesday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-19
2014 - so much grief

WE ARRIVE to set off again, with the hope that the grief we suffered this year through various events and people, will not be repeated next year. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-19
Military builds untouchable empire
THE Namibian Defence Force is building a shadowy business empire that does not account to the public or parliament, and is seen in some quarters as a potential threat to the country's democracy. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-19
Shoprite/Checkers workers strike
Several Shoprite/Checkers outlets in the capital closed their doors around midday on Thursday after employees stopped working over low wages. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-19
Hundreds grab land at Swakop
HUNDREDS of people came out yesterday to grab land at Swakopmund. Read more...

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