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The Namibian Newspaper Cup 2014 - 18 - 21 April 2014
 *CITY of Windhoek, stop vehicles coming from Werner List Street to turn right into Tal Street. They block traffic for long periods.
 *I WOULD like to know why in independent Namibia, people are still being body searched in public when leaving shops like Mr Price.
 NAMIBIA Airports Company (NAC) must be renamed to Namibia Airports of Corruption.
 *REHOBOTH Town Council, the press release in The Namibian of 14 April 2014, about the so-called land grabbing at Rehoboth shows your hopelessness. UPM please keep it up.
 *LADY Pohamba Hospital has nothing to do with the Swapo Party. Find out who will manage the hospital and the shareholders.
 *THE government should send our refunds straight to us students. We are still waiting for last year’s refunds at IUM.
Let the games begin!
Do you think Namibian MPs deserve better perks?

1. No! They already get too much.

2. Maybe, we should respect our leaders.

3. Yes, they work hard.

4. Hell no! Their pay should be performance-based.

Results so far:
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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2014-04-17
Rest while we wait
Three-year-old Nangula Joseph (right) leans on her cousin Amanda Josephs’ back as she struggled to stay awake. The two sat patiently at a Red Cross soup kitchen where about 300 people waited to be fed at the Omega village. The kitchen, which is located about 270km east of Rundu, is one of three owned by the Namibia Red Cross Society providing food to vulnerable families, orphans, elders, and pregnant women. - Photograph by Jordaania Andima
Windhoek 13° 28° -
Walvis Bay 13° 25° -
Oshakati - - -
Keetmanshoop 16° 29° -
Grootfontein 13° 28° -
Gobabis 14° 30° -
(April 17)
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IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-17
ICT office tender put on hold
THE planned construction of a new head office for the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology has been put on hold with an order that was given in the Windhoek High Court yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-17
Road crash claims 4 lives
FOUR people were killed when an Iveco bus and a truck collided on Tuesday night, while 23 others sustained slight to moderate injuries. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-17
Scrap colonial taxi ranks – Nujoma
JUSTICE minister Utoni Nujoma has urged the municipality of Windhoek to get rid of commuter loading zones and implement a grand master plan to tackle woes faced by taxi drivers. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-17
Hundreds pay respects to Intamba
HUNDREDS of mourners, among them political leaders and other dignitaries, attended a memorial service in honour of the late Namibian Ambassador to Egypt, Andrew Anyanya Intamba, at the Parliamentar gardens yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-17
Helicopter crash victims are heroes - Angula
GROOTFONTEIN – Defence Minister Nahas Angula has paid homage to the air force personnel who died tragically in a military helicopter crash at Grootfontein last Friday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-17
Martin Heita resigns from RDP
RALLY for Democracy and Progress (RDP) Central Committee member Martin Heita has resigned as a member of the country’s main opposition party. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-17
Girl (12) and boyfriend (13) have a daughter

A12-YEAR-OLD schoolgirl and her 13-year-old boyfriend have become Britain’s youngest parents and plan to stay together to raise their daughter, according to reports. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-17
ECN extends objection period
FOLLOWING requests from several political parties and members of society, the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) has extended the period in which the voters’ register will be on display for inspection purposes. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-17
Mashare councillor faces defamation lawsuit
THE secretary of the farms and lands committee in the Kavango East Region’s Shambyu Traditional Authority, is threatening to sue the councillor for the Mashare Constituency for defamation. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-17
Omaruru teacher accused of sodomy
A TEACHER’S bail application hearing has been postponed after he was arrested on allegations of having sodomised children at the an Omaruru private school. Read more...

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