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The Namibian
Fri 31 Oct 2014
 I AM tired of party promises. Even many youths complain about it. Why don't you think before you talk to people?
 LOOK who is asking for more monuments while people are starving. Could this be a way of saying I won't go down the road of infamy alone?
 MASS housing project. Someone better stop Vinson Hailulu before government and tax payers face a financial catastrophe. The warning lights are on.
 WHY is our Swapo government letting us suffer by buying Ohorongo cement at such a very high price? Please regulate the price.
 MOSES Amukoto, you did not dump RDP for Swapo, but you dumped yourself into the dustbin. Swapo will not recognise you, comrade.
POLL
Should presidential candidates have public debates before the elections?

1. Yes, it will help us make up our minds.

2. No, it will have no effect on the outcome.

3. Maybe, but will Swapo agree this time?

4. No one cares!


Results so far:
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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2014-10-31
Struggle kids demonstrate
THE 'struggle kids' have resurfaced demanding jobs government promised them in 2008. Read more...
JUST DESERTS ... The 'struggle kids' marched around Windhoek yesterday demanding to be given jobs. The group, which started marching as early as 04h00, visited at least four government institutions singing and dancing, demanding to see those in charge. - Photograph by Jordaania Andima

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NEWS
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-31
Italians get N$60m city land deal
THE Windhoek municipality has given the green light to a Switzerland-based company owned by Italians to buy prime land in the city valued at more than N$60 million. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-31
Airports boss in corruption probe
THE boss of the Namibia Airports Company, Tamer El-Kallawi (pictured), is a suspect in an investigation by the country's Anti-Corruption Commission relating to irregularities in a major CCTV contract at four airports, amaBhungane has learned. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-31
City to review land auction ban
THE scramble for plots in Windhoek is set to continue as the municipality plans to put 250 residential plots on public tender by early next year, while at the same time reviewing whether the Cabinet ban on auctioning of land holds water. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-31
Reward for info on Etosha rhino poaching
A REWARD of N$30 000 is being offered for information that would lead to the arrest and prosecution of the people responsible for the poaching of a rhinoceros in Namibia's premier wildlife sanctuary, the Etosha National Park, about a week ago. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-31
Private firm to investigate suspended Naanda
THE TransNamib board has hired a private firm to investigate allegations of misconduct against chief executive officer Sara Naanda who was suspended yesterday with full pay. Read more...
 INTERNATIONAL | 2014-10-30
Memorial held to honour trio
Hundreds of mourners, including government ministers and national sport stars, converged at a joint memorial service for Senzo Meyiwa, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi and Phindilie Mwelase in Johannesburg on Thursday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-31
Discontent over constitutional amendments
RESEARCH by the AfroBarometer on public opinion has confirmed that the majority of Namibians feel public consultation is necessary when amendments are made to the Constitution. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-31
Institution for visually impaired in funds crisis
THE withdrawal of international funding for the Namibian Federation of the Visually Impaired has dragged the institution into financial instability. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-31
Mondesa Cultural Festival this weekend
THE second Mondesa Cultural Festival takes place today and tomorrow. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-31
Esau justifies horse mackerel shake-up
MINISTER of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Bernard Esau, has defended his recent shake-up of the horse mackerel industry saying the sector needed competition through the introduction of more players. Read more...
BUSINESS
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Windhoek 12° 35° -
Walvis Bay 10° 22° -
Oshakati 20° 39° -
Keetmanshoop 12° 37° -
Grootfontein 15° 36° -
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