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The Namibian
Fri 12 Sep 2014
 POLITICAL power without administrative power is useless. Swapo Party is not in charge of the government but the officials sitting on 'neutral fences of political convenience'. Let us have executive mayors and executive ministers and then we can blame th
 BERNARD Esau, Brazil and Paragon. Can the ACC please close down on this case. You would not recognise corruption even if it falls on your lavish new office complex like a meteorite from the sky.
 ZERO tolerance to corruption? Don't make me laugh. A Cabinet minister goes on an overseas jaunt then he declares that he does not know who paid for the trip.
 YES, 90% of the Plan fighters came from one tribe. But do not try to include skulls from that tribe among those returned from Germany as genocide victims were 100% from two tribes
 THE 'struggle kids' don't deserve that name anymore. Kids are more independent. From now on we should call them 'struggle babies' who lie idle on their backs, screaming until someone comes to feed them.
 MANAGER of MTC Namibia branch in Oranjemund, tell your staff not to listen in on the conversations of customers. That is an invasion of privacy. Don't transfer calls of people to others to listen in on their conversations.
POLL
What does the outcome of Swapo's electoral college prove?

1. The youth are on the rise.

2. The party is tired of the old guard.

3. What goes around comes around.

4. All of the above.


Results so far:
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SPORT - INTERNATIONAL | 2014-09-14
Local hero Contador secures third Tour of Spain title

SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA - Local favourite Alberto Contador wrapped up his third Tour of Spain triumph when he comfortably held on to his overall lead in the final stage time trial in a rain-soaked Santiago de Compostela on Sunday.
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Winner Tinkoff's Spanish cyclist Alberto Contador (C), second-placed SKY's British cyclist Christopher Froome (R) and third-placed Movistar's Spanish cyclist Alejandro Valverde pose on the podium of the 69th edition of "La Vuelta" Tour of Spain in Santiago de Compostela on September 14, 2014. Photo: Nampa-AFP

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NEWS
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-12
Boy lives on through God's grace
DOCTORS had said he would die at two years, but five years on, he is still alive. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-12
Workers query Coca-Cola equity report
THE Employment Equity Commissioner is investigating Coca-Cola Namibia Bottling Company's affirmative action report after complaints by employees that information submitted does not reflect the situation on the ground. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-12
Pistorius faces culpable homicide verdict
STELLA MAPENZAUSWA and PEROSHNI GOVENDER

PRETORIA - Oscar Pistorius was yesterday cleared of murdering girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp but the Olympic and Paralympic track star faced a troubled night after the South African judge adjourned for the day before ruling on a charge of culpable homicide. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-12
Accused offers plea on rhino horn charges
ONE of the Chinese men accused of attempting to smuggle 14 rhino horns out of Namibia nearly six months ago has offered to plead guilty to the charges that he and two co-accused are facing. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-12
Iilonga sets the record straight
DEFENCE deputy minister Petrus Iilonga has denied saying the ruling party Swapo has lost focus, saying those making the allegations are trying to tarnish his image. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-12
Ndeitunga calls for peaceful campaigning
NAMIBIAN Police Inspector General Sebastian Ndeitunga has assured the nation that police will be on standby to curb violence that might be associated with political gatherings leading up to the national elections. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-11
Checkers and Shoprite probed over mislabelling
THE Namibian Standards Institution (NSI) has launched an investigation into Freshmark, Checkers and Shoprite outlets for mislabelling fresh produce. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-11
Medical students in China face deportation
ABOUT 11 Namibians studying in China face deportation if the government does not come to their rescue by the end of September. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-11
Troubled Telecom cuts jobs
TELECOM Namibia plans to cut jobs this month in an exercise the company calls a “voluntary separation exercise”. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-12
Unam to introduce school of public health
THE University of Namibia (Unam) will introduce a stand-alone school of public health in 2016. Read more...
BUSINESS
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