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The Namibian
Wed 29 Jul 2015
 *WHY should local authorities wait until the community members seek help from the government? Please appoint staff to resolve those problems just to avoid intimidation.
 *IF every employer who has a housing scheme benefit can assist the government in servicing land for their employees, it will at least reduce the number of landless employees.
 *THE land issue is solved now; we thank the government. Now we must fight for church issues. We are tired of the many churches in Namibia. We don't know what to follow.
 *WHAT is the plan with us in smaller towns? We apply for plots but nothing is done. Must we also join AR or what?
Has government dealt with the housing crisis appropriately?

1. No, not at all

2. They are trying their best

3. All talk, no action

4. Yes, through NHE & mass housing

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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-07-29
Pupils squat in school backyards
SOME children attending schools in the Zambezi region are staying in tents pitched up in the backyards to avoid walking long distances to their villages. Read more...
THREE IS A CROWD ... Three pupils are forced to share one tent.

IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-29
Towns offer land
WORK on making urban land available has gathered momentum with Windhoek, Oshakati and Walvis Bay saying there is enough land to allocate to the landless. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-29
Sexual predator jailed for 82 years
THE man convicted of having carried out a series of sexual attacks on women in the vicinity of Windhoek's state hospitals six years ago left the Windhoek High Court with an effective prison term of 82 years yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-29
AR says no to individual agendas
THE Affirmative Repositioning (AR) trio - Dimbulukeni Nauyoma, George Kambala and Job Amupanda - said they will not fight individual agendas but to restore the dignity of Namibians. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-29
Walvis identifies 9 000 erven
THE Walvis Bay municipality has identified land big enough for 9 000 erven to be serviced as part of the agreement between the government and the Affirmative Repositioning movement. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-29
To act or not to act?
DUST is refusing to settle on the issue of whether President Hage Geingob is the Swapo president or acting president. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-29
Creating a safe space in Ombili

'UBUNTU' or the act of human kindness has taken on a new meaning in the Ombili informal settlement, where Johanna Andreas, who does not have much to spare, is helping to take care of children of others like her. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-29
WAD calls for policy on alcohol use
NAMIBIA needs a national policy on alcohol use, which would establish measures to control supply and demand, minimise alcohol-related harm and improve public health. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-29
Second mental check-up wanted for American
AMERICAN murder accused Marcus Kevin Thomas should undergo a second period of psychiatric observation to determine if he is fit to stand his trial, a senior public prosecutor argued in the Windhoek High Court yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-29
Pay rise for security guards

THE general secretary of the Namibia Transport and Allied Workers Union, John Kwedhi, yesterday announced that all security guards will get a salary increase effective from 1 August this year. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-29
Govt starts registering fallen freedom fighters
GOVERNMENT has started preliminary work to register freedom fighters who died or went missing in exile under the care of the Swapo liberation movement. Read more...

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