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The Namibian Newspaper Cup 2014 - 18 - 21 April 2014
 IT is good to be empowered but expertise and meeting deadlines must be part of the equation,too. Namibian companies complaining about the Chinese must stop sub-contracting and learn to finish the jobs tendered for. Those empowered are so greedy and selfis
 *I WOULD like to know why in independent Namibia, people are still being body searched in public when leaving shops like Mr Price.
 NAMIBIA Airports Company (NAC) must be renamed to Namibia Airports of Corruption.
 *REHOBOTH Town Council, the press release in The Namibian of 14 April 2014, about the so-called land grabbing at Rehoboth shows your hopelessness. UPM please keep it up.
 *LADY Pohamba Hospital has nothing to do with the Swapo Party. Find out who will manage the hospital and the shareholders.
 *THE government should send our refunds straight to us students. We are still waiting for last year’s refunds at IUM.
Do you think Namibian MPs deserve better perks?

1. No! They already get too much.

2. Maybe, we should respect our leaders.

3. Yes, they work hard.

4. Hell no! Their pay should be performance-based.

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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2014-04-25
No to Malaria
Namibia joined the rest of the world yesterday to mark the World Malaria Day under the theme ‘Invest in the Future: Defeat Malaria’. The event took place at Oshikango. See full story ap- pears on page 3. In the photo, boys from the Mangetti village in the Tsumkwe Constituency sleep beneath an insecticide treated net. - Photograph by Jordaania Andima
Windhoek 11° 27° -
Walvis Bay 12° 21° -
Oshakati 18° 30° -
Keetmanshoop 28° -
Grootfontein 11° 26° -
Gobabis 29° -
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IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-25
Namoloh blasts MPs over offshore accounts
THE Minister of Regional and Local Government, Housing and Rural Development, Charles Namoloh, has lashed out at fellow politicians who accumulate wealth but save their money in offshore bank accounts and continue to buy properties there. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-24
Pensioners spend money on alcohol
A PARLIAMENTARY committee research into the abuse of alcohol in Namibia has revealed widespread misuse of money by pensioners on liquor, different rules on the opening and closing times of shebeens and called for controls on traditional alcohol brews. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-25
Geingob fears youth might revolt
THE Office of the Prime Minister said the premier, Hage Geingob, is worried that the desire of the youth to secure land through any possible means might arise if the status quo on land ownership continues. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-25
Parliamentarian hits out at backstabbers
SWAPO Member of Parliament Alexiah Manombe-Ncube has blasted female parliamentarians who make mockery of women empowerment reforms and use them as self-enrichment schemes. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-25
Teacher De Jay guilty of wife’s murder
RETIRED teacher David de Jay maintained a calm and collected appearance as he heard in the Windhoek High Court yesterday that he has been found guilty of the murder of his wife. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-25
Nicanor’s plot up for public objections
THE municipality of Windhoek has invited objections if any, from members of the public, on the sale of several erven including the controversial prime plot offered to deputy Minister of Veterans’ Affairs Hilma Nicanor for N$340 000. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-25
Kavango records highest number of malaria deaths
THE two Kavango regions have recorded the highest number of malaria cases and deaths in the country, resulting in a devastating effect on the population. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-25
Arandis thermal-solar plant construction starts
THE construction of Africa’s first thermal-solar power plant at Arandis could start before the end of this year. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-25
Notorious ‘Corolla Gang’ robs tourist
A TOURIST from the Netherlands has become the latest victim of robbers, who trail drivers or target people on foot, whom they suspect would be carrying valuables. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-04-25
Illegal dumping taking over Rundu
RUNDU, the capital of Kavango East, appears to be drowning in its own refuse as illegal dumping of waste continues unabated, especially in the informal settlements whose population continues to grow. Read more...

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