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The Namibian
Wed 17 Dec 2014
 WHY can't everybody live in peace on this beautiful planet God gave us?
 MTC, Why are you robbing us daily through tax and data charges? We are capable of boycotting your services. Let's hope you will think twice.
 NOW that the fuel price world wide keeps falling, can SWAPO supporters influence their leaders to reduce fuel prices here? Or they are satisfied with the current prices? Maybe, they are too brainwashed.
 POLICE officers must know their duty and rules. Are they allowed to pull somebody's private parts because he forgot his driver's licence at home? Ondangwa police must tell us. 
 DAVID Namwandi help NIMT students. We also want to be refunded. NIMT should tell us how much every student pays. We do not want corruption.
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What are the biggest issues that Hage Geingob's administration would have to deal with?

1. Curbing corruption

2. Improving the quality of education and healthcare

3. Provide dignified housing for all

4. Create more jobs


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NEWS - INTERNATIONAL | 2014-12-17
US, Cuba to restore diplomatic relations after 50 years
US President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro were set to announce that the United States and Cuba are moving to normalise diplomatic relations more than 50 years after they were severed, the biggest US policy shift in decades of hostile ties with the island. Read more...
RESTORATION ... Jailed USAID contractor Alan Gross, (C), poses for a picture during a visit with Cuban Jewish Community leader Adela Dworin, (R), and David Prinstein, Vice President, at Havana's Carlos J Finlay Military Hospital in this September 28, 2012 file photo. Cuba has released Gross after five years in prison, a US official said on 17 December 2014 amid reports of a prisoner exchange that heralds a major overhaul of US policy toward Cuba. Photo: Reuters

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 AFRICA | 2014-12-17
Zambia's Scott rejects call for resignation
Zambia's acting president Guy Scott today rejected a call for his resignation by a majority of cabinet ministers, and suggested a meeting they held without him had been treasonous. Read more...
 BOXING | 2014-12-17
Xmas skirmish in Oshikango
Paulus 'The Hitman' Moses (left) and his opponent Jorge Rodriquez from Argentina met for the first time in Windhoek on Wednesday, 17 December 2014. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-17
What have I done?
FORMER world boxing champion Harry Simon says he is disappointed that the City of Windhoek is dragging its feet in approving his application for land in Otjomuise. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-17
Windhoek city top job too hot
IT IS confirmed. The Zambian executive Edward Kawesha will from today take over as the acting chief executive officer of the troubled Windhoek municipality until the position is permanently filled next year. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-17
Medical aid funds in 'price fixing'
THE Namibia Association of Medical Aid Funds (Namaf) and its nine affiliated medical aid funds allegedly contravened the Competition Act. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-17
Evicted Hakahana families go to court for intervention
MEMBERS of the Huidare Community Organisation who were evicted from their homes in Hakahana last week, will once again make their way to court to challenge the action. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-17
High bail amounts await foreigners for drunken driving
FOREIGN visitors to Namibia caught driving under the influence of alcohol will face bail amounts of up to N$4 000. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-17
Men arrested in possession of burglary tools
FRANCOIS LOTTERING

THREE men found themselves on the wrong side of the law when they were apprehended by the City Police early yesterday morning while in possession of burglary tools. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-17
Etosha Transport agrees to pay severance packages
AN agreement between Etosha Transport Ltd and the Namibia Commercial, Catering, Food and Allied Workers Union was finally reached in paying employees their severance packages after a deadlock yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-17
Osona military base produces more soldiers
A TOTAL of 975 cadets graduated at the Osona military base near Okahandja on Monday. Read more...

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