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Africa Cup of Nations - 17 January to 8 February 2015
The Namibian
Mon 26 Jan 2015
 WHY is it that in most cases, heads of institutions do not want to answer questions from the media but later accuse the journalists of reporting lies?
 I AM definitely not one of those who resist change, but Unam\'s new logo is very boring. I wonder if they tried to get the views of their students.
 COUNCIL of Churches in Namibia, please show leadership like it has been done before. Send out messages to churches for us to pray for rain. Otherwise it will be too late.
 THANK you Namfisa for your education on Credit Life and Credit Guarantee Insurance. Now I can take on a particular Financial Institution.
 ONDANGWA Town Council, the street lights for Malanami houses have been off since 2011. Now Oluno is a ghost town.
 UNAM Northern Campus must give a public apology for the box of application forms that got lost last year. Yes, we did not receive letters of acknowledgem
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 - NATIONAL | 2015-01-26
Okahandja boys' hostel a mess
OKAHANDJA Senior Secondary School pupils returned to overcrowded rooms and prison-like conditions last week. Read more...
SLEEPING ON THE FLOOR ... The lack of beds has forced many students to use their blankets as mattresses to sleep on. Although their parents have raised concerns over the bad hostel conditions, their pleas continue to be ignored by school management.

IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-26
Otjiwarongo council defies ministry's order
THE Otjiwarongo Town Council has defied a directive by the line ministry to remove the current chief executive officer and appoint a candidate approved by the minister. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-26
Lovebirds shot at tryst
TWO lovebirds were shot and wounded on Saturday in Windhoek, after they were surprised by a gang of more than five men as they sat in a car under the Monte Cristo bridge. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-26
'Ovaherero Traditional Authority not above other authorities'
THE Otjikaoko Traditional Authority in the Kunene region has called on their followers to ignore claims of supremacy by the Ovaherero Traditional Authority over other government-recognised traditional authorities in the country. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-26
Bukalo royal family in proclamation saga
THE royal household of Bukalo wants government to place the village which was proclaimed a town last year under traditional governance. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-26
Foreign affairs claims ambassador's letter was fake
THE Ministry of Foreign Affairs denounced media reports which cited a letter allegedly written by Namibia's ambassador to China Ringo Abed, to the foreign affairs permanent secretary, concerning China's plans to establish a naval base at Walvis Bay, and described the letter as indisputably fake. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-26
Husab workers claim unfair practices
WORKERS of Swakop Uranium's Husab Mine in Erongo staged a demonstration at the company's headquarters in Swakopmund on Friday, and handed a list of grievances to the management together with a one-week ultimatum to respond. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-26
Cement fraud accused get new trial dates
ANOTHER attempt to start the trial of six people accused of defrauding cement company AfriSam Namibia to the amount of N$77 million is due to be made in the Windhoek High Court at the end of June. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-26
Kleopas' nurses appeal heard
THE appeal lodged by nurses implicated in the death of a mother and unborn baby in 2012 at the Katutura State Hospital was heard on Friday in Windhoek. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-26
Police still hunt for Shaduka
THE police are yet to arrest fugitive businessman Lazarus Shaduka who was convicted and sentenced for the murder of his wife.

The police have not received new information on Shaduka, who is said to have fled the country shortly after he was sentenced in absentia to jail in 2012 for the murder of his wife, Selma Shaimemanya. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-26
NTA challenges companies for more on-site training
NAMIBIA Training Authority (NTA) and Murray & Roberts teamed up last week to improve on practical skills and industry experience in Namibia. Read more...
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