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The Namibian
Fri 22 May 2015
 IS the alcohol we drink in shebeens different from that in hotels and do the shebeens brew their own special beer? I personally thought we are all buying beer from Namibia Breweries Limited. I would thus like to tell some people that they should think dee
 THERE should be an issue of tribal discrimination involved in this whole Polytechnic fight. Now that the minister of higher education is from the same tribal group as the rector, he seems to be more comfortable to do as he pleases.
 MR President and Minister of Works and Transport, drive on the road from Oshakati to Ruacana and see the bad condition it is in. It is dangerous to drive on that road and our cars are getting damaged. Please make it a priority to fix it.
 WAITING to see what the new President will do to stop the rot at Polytechnic. Millions of dollars are unaccounted for. To clean up the place, Tjivikua, Gunzel and Jaftha must go.
 REGIONAL office of the Ministry of Health and Social Services, the staff in Opuwo should get their salaries on time. Stop delaying S&T and overtime payments as well.
POLL
Will divorcing teachers' colleges from Unam improve the education system?

1. No, it is a waste of money.

2. Yes, it will attract those with passion.

3. It doesn't matter. Students will enroll anyway.

4. Maybe, but they must raise the entry requirements.


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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-05-22
The baron of the communal lands
IF THE Ohangwena governor, Usko Nghaamwa, gets the two communal farms he wants in the Kavango East region, he will become a baron with five farms under his belt. Read more...
Ohangwena governor Usko Nghaamwa

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 NATIONAL | 2015-05-22
'Power blackout' questioned
THE Namibia Power Corporation has been accused of creating an artificial power crisis in a bid to create panic and force government into agreeing to the setting up of the controversial 250MW project, which President Hage Geingob suspended this week. Read more...
 FOOTBALL | 2015-05-21
Hotto shines as Namibia beat Zimbabwe
Namibia's Brave Warriors gave a great performance to beat Zimbabwe 4-1 and qualify for the quarterfinals of the Cosafa Cup on Thursday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-22
Cabinet says goodbye to ODC
CONTROVERSIAL state-owned firm Offshore Development Company (ODC) has been merged with the Namibia Development Corporation to form a new parastatal. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-22
Fourth Chinese charged over rhino horns
THE three Chinese men accused of trying to smuggle 14 rhinoceros horns out of Namibia in March last year could be joined in the dock by a compatriot, after another suspect was arrested in connection with their case this week. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-22
Makaravan San community refuse relocation
DEPUTY minister for marginalised people Royal /Ui/o/oo has urged a group of San people living at Katima Mulilo's Makaravan informal settlement to relocate and get access to government support. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-22
Kalkfeld faces severe water crisis
A POSSIBLE shortage of drinking water at Kalkfeld is likely to hit residents and their livestock very hard this year. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-22
Rehoboth farm murder duo in High Court
TWO men facing murder, robbery and other charges in connection with a deadly attack on an elderly farmer in the Rehoboth district three and a half years ago made a first pre-trial appearance in the Windhoek High Court yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-22
Xaris claims to be on track with power project
THE company involved in the controversial NamPower 250MW power project claims it is on track to have its power plant operational by July next year, as per deadlines set by the power utility. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-22
NDF conducts explosive disposal course
THE Namibia Defence Force is conducting an explosive ordnance disposal level-one training programme with the help of the United States navy mobile unit in Otavi. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-22
Naanda's hearing set for July
THE disciplinary hearing process against the suspended TransNamib chief executive officer Sara Naanda will start in July this year, the company's board chairperson Pieter Oosthuizen said yesterday. Read more...

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