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The Namibian
Wed 8 Jul 2015
 *WORKPLACE violence should be investigated. It is more common in schools headed by male heads! Teachers are suffering and have no one to help them at all in an independent Namibia.
 *DEAR President and Prime Minister, we live in the era of 'who you know' to get help in the public service, which must have serious repercussions for those who are not connected.
 *WE, the employees in the directorate disaster risk management in the Office of the Prime Minister, are not happy with the way our management is treating us.
 *MINISTRY of education, we are concerned parents of the Grade 10 and 12 pupils at Grootfontein Secondary School. Our children are without a Khoekhoegowab teacher.
How would you rate President Hage Geingob's first 3 months in office?

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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-07-08
No bail for killer
THE 45-year-old man who allegedly killed his son by allegedly bashing his head on the floor several times on Sunday, appeared in the Windhoek Magistrate's Court in Katutura yesterday. Read more...
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IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-08
Pollution threat for Windhoek water
WINDHOEK residents might face a deeper water crisis after the municipality complained that its underground water reservoir is in danger of pollution because of mining activities in the vicinity. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-08
Katima says 'State House' asked about plots
KATIMA Mulilo town mayor yesterday said a person who said he was from State House called enquiring whether they had allocated plots as a result of pressure. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-08
Ministers disagree over AirNam
WORKS minister Alpheus !Naruseb and enterprise minister Leon Jooste have locked horns on what should have been done regarding Air Namibia's former managing director Theo Namases. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-08
Omusati leaders oppose canal closure
THE king of Ongandjera traditional authority has appealed to the government to provide more water points instead of sealing the Calueque Oshakati canal. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-08
Livestock farmers get drought relief aid
GOVERNMENT has come up with a number of drought relief measures under a N$74 million budget allocation to mitigate the effects of this year's devastating drought that has severely affected livestock farmers and marketers. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-08
Experts to testify about American's mental state
TWO of the people who were involved in the observation of the mental state of American murder accused Marcus Kevin Thomas will have to testify about their findings before a final conclusion is reached about Thomas' ability to stand his trial. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-08
Outapi hospital gets new incubators
OUTAPI District Hospital records about four premature births in a month but the newborn babies are kept in two outdated incubators. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-08
Shack dwellers say mass houses too small
ABOUT 26 families living in Swakopmund's DRC informal settlement, who qualified for housing units built under the mass housing programme, have complained that these units are too small to accommodate all their belongings and family members. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-08
No bail for city cop on wife murder charge
A WINDHOEK City Police officer facing a murder charge after the death of his wife, heard on Thursday last week that he would have to remain in custody while awaiting his trial. Read more...
IMF worried about economy
A DAY after the International Monetary Fund expressed concern about the state of certain sectors of the Namibian economy, PSG Namibia analyst Brian van Rensburg said yesterday that although foreign reserves are low, they appear sufficient when considering the country's short-term external debt obligations, trade flows, and local currency in circulation. Read more...

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