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The Namibian
Tue 16 Sep 2014
 SACKY Shanghala, you head the Law Reform Commission and you place an advertisement from that Commission to congratulate yourself on your new position in Swapo? Is there any higher level of arrogance and waste of public funds than this?
 NAMIBIA should introduce a salary commission. Some people are paid way too much for their jobs, while others are paid way too little. I feel pity for our police officers, nurses and security guards.-Nocky Kaapehi
 NAMIBIA must consider Joe Diescho's advise on the danger of according State funerals to everyone. They should take a good example from South Africa, to avoid conflict.
 THE Anti-Corruption Commission must investigate how some top officials in the Ministry of Fisheries paid off their farm loans in record time after the 2011 quota allocations.
 DOES Hage Geingob really want power at all costs, so much so that he is willing to sacrifice the unity of the Swapo Party by bringing in shady characters at the expense of tested cadres?
 HAGE Geingob, when you take over the reigns, your focus must be on education, education and education like Robert Mugabe did. Today over 90% of Zimbabweans are educated and literate.
 THE hypocrisy and arrogance of the Omusati Clique has come to haunt them. Bye comrades.
What does the outcome of Swapo's electoral college prove?

1. The youth are on the rise.

2. The party is tired of the old guard.

3. What goes around comes around.

4. All of the above.

Results so far:
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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2014-09-16
Lubowski case in dead end
THE case about the assassination of lawyer and prominent Swapo member Anton Lubowski 25 years ago, has reached a dead end in Namibia, says Prosecutor General Martha Imalwa. Read more...
Gaby Lubowski, Anton Lubowski and Prosecutor General Martha Imalwa

IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-16
Diamond theft suspect died in car accident
ONE of the suspects in the theft of a flawless 78-carat diamond which went missing from a Namdeb safe at Oranjemund has died, The Namibian has established. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-16
PG to charge NWR manager
THE PROSECUTOR General, Martha Imalwa, has decided to prosecute embattled Namibia Wildlife Resorts manager Ester Ndilula. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-16
Youth can't look up to corrupt leaders - Bandora
THE United Nations Development Programme resident representative, Musinga Bandora, has urged politicians to wash their hands clean of corruption if they truly want to serve as an inspiration to the Namibian youth. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-16
Hauwanga defends Pohamba
NORTHERN business mogul, Benjamin Hauwanga commonly known as BH says President Hifikepunye Pohamba is the only President in Africa with children living in poverty. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-16
Namibia gets Ethiopian pharmacists
NAMIBIA has recruited 21 pharmacists from Ethiopia to address the current shortage in the Ministry of Health and Social Services. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-15
NDF says 'exile kids' left jobs
AT LEAST 108 'struggle kids' recruited by the Namibia Defence Force left despite government's efforts to secure them jobs at various ministries. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-15
Woman admits rape claim was false
A COMPLAINANT in a rape case in which a Windhoek resident has spent nearly two months in police custody admitted on Friday that she laid a false charge against an innocent man. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-15
Gobabis school boys print fake bank notes
POLICE in Omaheke are investigating a case of forgery and uttering against a group of four school children who are alleged to have produced counterfeit bank notes. Read more...
 ECONOMY | 2014-09-15
Brent holds above US$98, heads for worst week in six on weak demand
SINGAPORE - Brent crude held above US$98 a barrel on Friday, heading for its worst week in six as concerns over weak demand outweighed geopolitical worries in the Middle East and Ukraine. Read more...
Windhoek 17° 31° -
Walvis Bay 11° 20° -
Oshakati - - -
Keetmanshoop 19° 35° -
Grootfontein 13° 31° -
Gobabis 17° 32° -
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