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 • we don’t understand SPYL’s leadership, whose focus is now entirely on their fabricated tribalism innuendo. They are spending time on social media with their propagated debates, which carry no socioe-conomic gains for the youth. Richard Kamwi is your ide
 • FIRSTLY, our future president must regularly visit the townships to see the poor conditions people live in. People are really in need of food, houses with toilets and electricity etc. This is serious, please pay an urgent visit to the regions.
 THE Israeli consulate must close down and all their diplomats sent back to racist Israel. They cannot be allowed to lead a life in tranquility, while their government is mercilessly killing Palestinians. To hell with that racist regime.
 • TO the person complaining about the PM’s trip to Brazil. He was representing Bullet Oviritje group. They were performing in Brazil. As simple as that.
 • THE people at Omatako in Tsumkwe West are still waiting for their own ambulance. Do something, Mrs Kavezembi. We are counting on you.
The ministry of health is regularly in the news for all the wrong reasons. Why?

1. Incompetent leadership

2. Budgetary constraints

3. Outdated systems and infrastructure

4. There's nothing wrong at MoH

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Sri Lanka on top despite Amla ton

COLOMBO - Captain Hashim Amla struck a gritty 139 not out but failed to stop Sri Lanka from taking the driver's seat in the second and final Test against South Africa on Saturday.
Sri Lankan batsman Upul Tharanga bats during the third day of the second test cricket match between South Africa and Sri Lanka in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Saturday, July 26, 2014. Photo: Nampa-AP

IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-25
Parliament waits for PM’s proposals
THE government’s plan to push wide-ranging constitutional changes has kept parliament from going into recess for about a month. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-25
Air Algerie crashes in Mali
AN AIR Algerie flight carrying 110 passengers and six crew members reportedly crashed in Mali after disappearing from radar yesterday morning between Burkina Faso and Algeria. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-25
Teacher charged with murder declared State patient
THE 49-year-old teacher from Ongwediva, who is accused of killing her 26-year-old handicapped daughter in May this year, will not be standing trial on a murder charge, but will be detained in a psychiatric institution instead. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-25
Chief Kambazembi is no more
THE Kambazembi Royal Traditional Authority (KRTA) of Otjozondjupa yesterday announced that the Supreme Chief Uaakutjo Kambazembi (45) died on Wednesday in Ongwediva Medi-Clinic. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-25
More RDP legal woes
SEVEN disgruntled Rally for Democracy and Progress youth leaders have instructed their lawyer to institute legal proceedings against the party on the eve of its Central Committee meeting scheduled for this weekend. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-25
Human resource officers threaten Napwu
OVER a thousand government human resource practitioners are planning to renounce their membership of the Namibia Public Workers’ Union.

They allege the union failed to act in good faith on the job grading dispute. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-25
Stoffels’ murder suspect jailed for housebreaking
JUNIAS Fillipus, previously accused of killing schoolgirl Magdalena Stoffels in Windhoek in 2010, is serving a six-month jail sentence at Oluno Prison in the Oshana region for housebreaking. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-25
Nandjato’s killer awaits psychiatric report
THE 24-year-old man who confessed killing Mirjam Nandjato in February this year was finally sent for psychiatric evaluation in Windhoek after his previous application for psychiatric observation was not approved due to a long waiting list. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-25
African countries ‘leaving billions’ on the table in open skies aviation cash

NAMIBIA is among a group of African nations which could achieve further economic growth by liberalising their air space, a new report says. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-25
UPM says ‘no’ to new councils salary structure
THE United People’s Movement (UPM) has condemned the recently approved local authorities’ salary structure that comes with massive increases in the salaries of some municipal workers. Read more...

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