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The Namibian
Fri 27 Mar 2015
 • AN open suggestion to City Police or the traffic department: can your office please assign traffic officers at robots and junctions on weekdays, especially during peak hours. I believe this can also help. - Zasana, Ovikango
 • IF President Hage Geingob really meant to declare war on poverty and income inequility, he should firstly review the medical aid scheme and housing allowance of N$800 for civil servants!
 • COMRADE President, I am a resident of Onesi village in Omusati region. Please hear my cry! The gravel road between Epalela and Onesi is only 17km long, but until now, 25 years after independence, the road is still not tarred. We are also human beings li
 • MAYOR of Outjo, we the people born in Outjo are still struggling to get houses, but the people who came to this town recently got houses already. Please correct this situation.
 • MR President, the road from Ongha, Ohalushu, Ondjadjaxwi, Onamutayi to Ongwediva and Oshakati is still a gravel road and useless. It is not taken care of by the government at all; please do something about it, comrade
Is Hage Geingob's cabinet the right size to deal with Namibia's biggest issues?

1. Yes, his appointments are solid

2. No, too many cooks spoil the broth

3. Maybe, but he'll have to manage them well

4. Hell no! The problems are too big to fix in 1 term

Results so far:
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  • No vacant positions

BUSINESS - ECONOMY | 2015-03-27
Fuel prices and RFA levy up on Wednesday
Motorists will have to dig deeper into their pockets when fuel prices and the Road Fund Administration (RFA) levy increase next Wednesday. Read more...
GOING UP ... A petrol attendant at BP, Boy-Boy Haikali, pose at the pumps. Fuel prices will increase this week. Photo: Nampa

IJG Daily Bulletin
Nanso power struggle gets dirty
THE ousted leadership of the Namibia National Students' Organisation is refusing to make way for the newly elected leadership. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-27
Deputy ministers frustrated
SEVERAL deputy ministers say they have become models who just come to the office to read newspapers throughout the day because they have nothing else to do. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-27
Nujoma hits out at youth
FORMER President Sam Nujoma has dashed the hopes of many young people who have been pushing the government to fast track land allocation or face land grabs. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-27
We will occupy the land - Amupanda
IF the land issue is not resolved by 31 July, the three suspended Swapo Party youth leaders say they will take the land by force. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-27
Police chief commits suicide after attempt to kill wife
CHIEF Inspector Christopher Munyika of the police public relations division allegedly committed suicide yesterday morning due to marital problems. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-27
Oshakati policeman kills wife, self
A POLICE officer from Kandjengedi informal settlement in Oshakati shot and killed his wife before turning the gun on himself. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-27
Ex-finance clerk pins cheque theft on friend
A JAILED former staff member of the Ministry of Finance testified in the Windhoek High Court this week that a childhood friend had encouraged her to steal five cheques, with a total value of more than N$3,94 million, from the ministry five years ago. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-27
Ministers still waiting for terms
FIVE days after President Hage Geingob announced his new Cabinet, several ministers have yet to receive their terms of reference. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-27
We waited 18 years to get land
BENEFICIARIES of the land reform programme, Gabes and Ndahafa Muteka, say they waited 18 years to get a resettlement farm. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-27
A tearful Kamwi bids farewell
HE SHED a tear and ran out of words.

Composing himself, former health minister Richard Kamwi managed to thank his staff on Thursday last week when he bade them farewell in Windhoek after 10 years. Read more...

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