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The Namibian
Fri 6 Mar 2015
 • THE land issue in Namibia is very serious and should be President-elect Hage Geingob's main focus when he takes over this month. This will be Swapo's biggest test and challenge. If it is not dealt with urgently, we will have serious issues to be concern
 • I PERSONALLY witnessed how corrupt certain staff members of the National Youth Service in Henties Bay are. We, the trainees are starving, while the staff are carting food off to their houses in the location, some to sell and others to give to their frie
 • MINISTER of Education David Namwandi, why do we San-speaking people or learners have to suffer like this? At some schools if the teacher is old or not treating learners and the community at large well he is forced to transfer or to retire. What I am see
 • I, MARITZ Garaxab lost my personal documents including a certificate of RCC joint venture, basic hospitality diploma, Grade 10 certificate and NWR testimonial. If found, please contact me on 0818619416.
 • I PSB and Adele lost my driver's licence in Okatana. If found, please contact me on 0817510744.
POLL
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 | 2015-03-06
Chinese want land for tobacco
GOVERNMENT is in the process of leasing 10 000 hectares of Namibian land in Liselo, Zambezi region, to a Chinese company to grow tobacco. Read more...
Job Amupanda

IJG Daily Bulletin
NEWS
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-06
City still to get ownership of extended boundaries
CITY of Windhoek manager for corporate communications Joshua Amukugo said although the city's boundaries have been extended, 95% of the land is still under private ownership. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-06
National team medic among farm murder suspects
FIVE men including the Brave Warriors medic Gerson Kandjii (48) appeared briefly in the Mariental Magistrate's Court yesterday over the killing of a farmer, Reinhard Schmidt, last week. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-06
Domestic worker stabbed to death
A 33-YEAR-OLD domestic worker was stabbed more than 23 times allegedly by her boyfriend and died at Oluteyi village in Omusati region on Wednesday night. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-06
NHE loses appeal against retrenched group
AN attempt by the National Housing Enterprise to block a group of former employees' legal challenge of their retrenchment more than eight years ago ended in failure in the Supreme Court this week. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-06
'Struggle kids' push for army jobs
SOME 'struggle kids' who are pushing for jobs in the army underwent medical examination in Katutura yesterday hoping to be called up. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-06
Regional heads of prisons meet in Walvis
HEADS of correctional services from Southern African countries met in Walvis Bay to discuss challenges facing them. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-06
Law changes proposed to fight poaching
A PARLIAMENTARY committee is recommending that Namibia's nature conservation laws should be changed to improve law enforcement in the battle against poaching. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-06
Engineer sent to jail for rape
THE rape trial of civil engineer Epafroditus Unengu ended in the Windhoek High Court yesterday with Unengu being sent to prison for an effective 12 years and six months. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-06
Mudge linked to Mafia convict
PROMINENT architect and businessman Henry Ferdinand (Rynand) Mudge has ties with an Italian who has been connected to the Sicilian Mafia, The Namibian has learned. Read more...
2015-03-05
Water worries for Windhoek
THE City of Windhoek will be able to provide sufficient water to its residents only until the middle of next year if dams supplying the city with water are not replenished in the meantime. Read more...

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