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The Namibian
Thu 20 Nov 2014
 OUR leaders are too greedy and love money too much. They must be ashamed of themselves and take a cue from the selfless president of Uruguay. That is a true leader for me.
 I WONDER what kind of people, especially the youth, we have in Namibia. Fighting each other during political campaigns is not good at all. Let us respect each other. - Angry citizen
 SWAPO joins city boss hunt. Strategically placing comrades to continue plundering the city's resources.
 AFTER 24 years, how can Swapo say we must “exercise patience” regarding land? Is 24 years not enough patience already? Please tell us.
 REFERRING to those who voted Dillish to stardom as unproductive citizens smacks of arrogance, typical of those that have it all for themselves. The least she can do is to advocate for the landless.
Are you going to vote in the upcoming National Assembly and Presidential elections?

1. Yes! It' my duty.

2. No! Swapo will win anyway.

3. Maybe, but I haven't decided who to vote for.

4. Hell no! I'm not into politics.

Results so far:
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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2014-11-20
Young men open case against police
A TWENTY-year old man and two teenagers from Otjomuise have opened a case against the Windhoek City Police alleging brutality, while the police have also opened a case of malicious damage to property against the trio. Read more...
BRUISED ...Twenty-year-old Kevin Springbok alleged that the “brutality and torture” took place at the City Police complex in Wanaheda. (Above) He sustained bruises after being beaten by police. - Photograph by Jordaania Andima

Electoral Commission of Namibia
IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-20
IUM in fake degree scandal
A LECTURER at the International University of Management was suspended for questioning the circumstances surrounding the awarding of degrees to three students in the Faculty of HIV-AIDS Management. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-20
Mother's anguish over impregnated teenager
THE mother of the 16-year-old school girl who was allegedly impregnated and threatened with a gun by an Oshikoto village headman says the issue distresses her. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-20
1 000 houses for Osona next year
A GROUND-BREAKING ceremony signalling the construction of over 1 000 houses was held near the Osona Military Base yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-20
Namibians forget too soon - Amathila
FORMER deputy Prime Minister Libertina Amathila has reminded the nation that the land crisis in the country was much worse after independence in comparison to the recent situation. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-20
Outjo rape and murder evidence disputed
A RULING on the admissibility of self-incriminating statements allegedly made by an Outjo area resident facing a charge of murder and multiple counts of rape is due to be delivered in the Windhoek High Court near the end of February. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-20
Public to give input on Child Care and Protection Bill
MEMBERS of the National Council have referred the Child Care and Protection Bill to its Standing Committees on Gender, Youth and Information, and the Women Caucus for further investigation. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-20
//Karas governor calls for safer roads
THE //Karas governor Bernadus Swartbooi has called for improved roads to create a safer environment for motorists in the region. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-20
//Karas police launch festive season operation
THE //Karas police will come down hard on criminals to ensure they keep the communities safe and free from crime during the festive season. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-20
Defence denies Chinese base development
THE Ministry of Defence has denied confirming plans that the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy are planning to build a naval base at Walvis Bay in the next 10 years. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-20
Struggle kids to protest on election day
A GROUP of 39 'children of the liberation struggle', who are still camping at the Omhito village near Eenhana in the Ohangwena region, are planning to demonstrate on election day. Read more...

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