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The Namibian
Mon 6 Jul 2015
 *SO the City of Windhoek is budgeting over N$30 million for overtime! What a joke? Dial any municipal number after normal working hours and your chances of receiving an answer are zero.
 *SWAPO and its government must revisit itself over the murders, corruption, massive unemployment, poverty, moral decay and armed robberies that are happening all the time.
 *I WANT to ask the President to also visit Schlip to see what is going on. The people don't have work to provide for their children. Please put up a shop there.
 *HEALTH minister when will you strengthen the law about not smoking in public places? People smoke like there is no such law. When will you bring the changes?
POLL
How would you rate President Hage Geingob's first 3 months in office?

1. A total flop

2. Highly successful

3. It's too early to rate

4. Encouraging but with many challenges to face.


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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-07-06
New NBC board appointed
The Namibia Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) board of directors was unveiled on Monday. Read more...
IN AND OUT ... Information minister Tjekero Tweya (middle) with (from left) acting NBC director general Vezenga Kauraisa, board members Moses Matyayi, Inonge Mainga, chairperson Sven Thieme, Wilhencia Kanjegerue Uiras, and outgoing DG Albertus Aochamub.

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 AFRICA | 2015-07-06
Kenya protesters warn Obama against bringing up gay rights during visit
Kenyan anti-gay protesters marched in Nairobi Monday warning US President Barack Obama not to speak about gay rights when he visits the country of his ancestors later this month. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-06
ACC guns for Tjivikua
THE Anti-Corruption Commission has directed the Polytechnic of Namibia council to investigate administrative matters involving rector Tjama Tjivikua and another top executive for alleged corruption. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-06
Father, daughter reunite after 31 years
LAST week Olavi Dineinge Shaduka (69) was finally reunited with one of his long-lost twin daughters, whom he had not seen in over 30 years. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-06
Erongo gets hat trick in annual financial audits
THE Erongo Regional Council received a clean annual financial statement from the auditor general, Junias Kandjeke, for three consecutive years. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-06
RDP has a new president
THE Rally for Democracy and Progress has a new president - Jeremiah Nambinga (68). Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-06
Drought-hit farmers flock to Uis
MORE than 10 farmers have relocated to the Uis settlement in the Erongo region over the past few months seeking greener pastures for their livestock as the drought in the country intensifies. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-06
Venaani accuses Geingob of being boastful
DTA of Namibia president McHenry Venaani on Saturday hit back at President Hage Geingob, accusing him of boasting. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-06
PG's organised crime law setback reversed
A SETBACK that the prosecutor general received in the High Court on the use of the Prevention of Organised Crime Act to seize criminals' ill-gotten assets has been reversed by the Supreme Court. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-06
Deadly, deadly weekend
Fifteen people died this weekend from various causes including murder, accidents and suicide. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-06
Tearful Majiedt admits massive fraud
MORE than four years after her arrest on multimillion-dollar fraud charges, former cement company employee Esmerelda Majiedt has finally admitted guilt. Read more...

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