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The Namibian
Wed 6 May 2015
 *BEFORE you became President you said there is a difference between a government cleaner and that of a parastatal. Bring the anticipated changes now please.
 *NAMIBIA, do you really agree that Stardust's song is the best in house music? It sounded more pop than a house song to me.
 *NAMIBIANS, we have many minerals but none are exported as finished products! The Tsumeb copper mine fails to establish a section to manufacture copper products.
 *EDUCATION minister, where is the bush allowance for cleaners in your ministry. We have been promised that for too long now.
 *NAMIBIA is a small country but has a very high road accident rate. Why can we not make all our highways four way lanes. Just saying. - Julia Ndara
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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-05-06
Poly sacks staff over bribes
THREE Polytechnic of Namibia employees were dismissed following investigations into how some students were allowed to access their results when they owed the institution outstanding fees. Read more...
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 NATIONAL | 2015-05-06
NBC evicts workers
FOURTEEN Namibian Broadcasting Corporation workers were last week ordered to vacate the broadcaster's flats in Pionierspark in Windhoek. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-06
World Press Freedom Day celebrated
Namibians on Wednesday belatedly celebrated World Press Freedom Day under the theme, 'Let Journalism Thrive! Towards better reporting, gender equality and media safety in the digital age'. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-06
Judge convicts sexual predator
A MAN prosecuted in connection with a series of sexual attacks on women in the vicinity of Windhoek's state hospitals about six years ago was found guilty on five counts of rape, a charge of aggravated assault, and a charge of robbery yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-06
//Karas governor vows to tackle poverty
TACKLING social issues including unemployment, poverty and illiteracy, will get maximum attention under her administration, said new //Karas governor Lucia Basson in an interview with The Namibian. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-06
Poor turnout mars ≠Nu- ≠Goaes festival
THE official opening of the first-ever ≠Nu-≠Goaes Arts and Cultural Festival at Keetmanshoop on Thursday was marred by poor attendance. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-06
Govt urged to consult on information bill
THE Namibia Media Trust has urged the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology to consult on the Freedom of Information Bill in order for media freedom to be consolidated. Read more...
 ENVIRO | 2015-05-06
Zimbabwe vows to export elephants despite criticism
Zimbabwe vowed on Wednesday to shrug off international pressure and forge ahead with the export of live elephants to raise funds for conservation and curb the animals' population. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-06
Effective social dialogue needed - Hango
THE Trade Union Congress of Namibia president, Paulus Hango, has called for a more effective and broadened social dialogue structure to grow the country's economy and to create more jobs. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-06
Rudolf Kamburona buried
FORMER politician Rudolf Kamburona, who died of cancer on 20 April 2015, was laid to rest on Monday at the Otjimanangombe village, about 200km north-east of Gobabis in the Omaheke region. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-05-06
Germany must own up - Rukoro
THE OVAHERERO Traditional Authority on Saturday threatened to exercise its rights should the German government refuse to apologise and pay for the genocide by 2 October this year. Read more...

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