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 *POWER to the women. We are being abused by men who were brought into this world by women. Why? Because women allow it to happen. Get out of abusive relationships and be free. This is our time to show men that behind the pretty smiles lies the power to fi
 ANTI-CORRUPTION Commission, visit towns like Khorixas and see how government vehicles are being abused after hours as well as during weekends.
 *MINISTER Charles Namoloh, are you really investigating the case of the Omaruru Town Council for a year. Why are you playing delaying tactics until the elections?
What do you make of the proposed changes to Namibia's Constitution?

1. It's a power grab

2. It's needed to manage government better

3. Such changes must go to a referendum first

4. Such changes shouldn't be centred on personalities

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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2014-07-31
Acting Ovaherero chief dies
ACTING chief of the Ovaherero Traditional Authority Tumbee Tjombe died in the early hours of today. He suffered a heart attack in the Windhoek Central Hospital. Read more...
NO MORE … Acting chief of the Ovaherero Traditional Authority Tumbee Tjombe died in the early hours of today. Photo: Walter Kariko

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 NATIONAL | 2014-07-31
Port contractor on World Bank ban
THE parent company of the Chinese firm that was awarded the N$3,9 billion contract for the construction of the Namport terminal at Walvis Bay is under a World Bank ban over tender rigging. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-31
Kawana tables proposals on constitutional changes today
ATTORNEY General and Presidential Affairs Minister Albert Kawana yesterday gave notice that he will table and motivate the Constitutional Amendment Bill today. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-31
Airbuses still can’t land at Hosea Kutako
HOSEA Kutako International Airport remains out of bounds for airbuses following an order overruling a decision by the Minister of Works and Transport, Erkki Nghimtina to exempt Air Namibia aircraft from the ban this week. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-31
Avid trial lawyer threatened in court
ONE of the defence lawyers involved in the Avid Investment Corporation fraud trial came close to being physically attacked by an incensed relative of one of the prosecution’s witnesses in the Windhoek High Court on Tuesday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-31
Govt evicts grape farmers – again
THE government has served 10 of the 19 small-scale irrigation farmers at the Orange River Irrigation Project (ORIP) with notices to vacate the vineyard plots when their lease-hold agreement expires next month. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-31
Namdeb strike set for today
A LAST-ditch attempt by the labour deputy minister Alphäus Muheua to avert an industrial action over a wage dispute by Namdeb workers failed on Tuesday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-31
Oshikoto schools sit on free education money
SOME schools in Oshikoto region have not used the money allocated under the free education programme. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-31
Unam suspends lecturer over exam boycott
THE University of Namibia has suspended human resources management lecturer Josephine Haubas and launched an investigation into her conduct after students boycotted exams in her subject early this week. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-31
Zebra style may split Swapo – Diescho
POLITICAL analyst Joseph Diescho has warned that the proposed zebra style gender representation in parliament may split the ruling party.

Diescho said this during a public lecture at the NamPower Convention Centre on Tuesday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-31
Alleged tusks smuggler granted bail
A CHINESE national facing a charge of illegal possession of four elephant tusks and two cheetah skins, was granted bail of N$40 000 in the Windhoek Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday. Read more...
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