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The Namibian
Tue 23 Sep 2014
 • THE fact that around 60 pedestrians have died on the roads this year already and accidents cost the MVA Fund N$14 million a month is indicative of the anarchy on our roads. Where are the traffic police? Do they still exist?
 • I WANT to thank Woermann Brock for opening a store to Donkerhoek in Katutura. It has really lifted the shopping burden from our shoulders.
 • GRAVE concern. An article in The Namibian of 2 July 2014 headlined: 'RDP secretary in Mariental accused of misusing party funds'. For transparency's sake, what is the outcome of RDP investigations. As party members we must be updated as it is also of pu
 • STAGING the CAF women soccer championships in Namibia and having teams flown in from Ebola-stricken West Africa is not only irresponsible, but asking for trouble. Before this epidemic is brought under control, the movement of people throughout Africa sh
 • OUR government, labour ministry and Napwu, where are you? We have been waiting for a long time for the hardship allowance. For how long must we still wait?
 • I, DE Sousa Felismina Chitambo, lost my birth certificate between Oshikango and Windhoek. If found, please contact me on 0816139833.
In light of recent media reports, do you think the fisheries sector is in crisis?

1. No, it's just a media storm

2. Yes, sack the minister

3. Maybe, but do we have all the info yet?

4. Never! Namibians are getting empowered

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NEWS | 2014-09-23
Burned Gobabis boy walks again
SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD Jorokee Kandovazu of Gobabis, who was confined to a wheelchair due to severe burns to his legs, has had his dream of walking again realised. Read more...
WHEELCHAIR-BOUND ... Jorokee Ngaruka-Kandovazu was burnt on the legs and part of his body and had to use a wheelchair.

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IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-23
Port delay angers Lüderitz mayor
THE mayor of Lüderitz, Susan Ndjaleka, has launched an unprecedented attack on Namport for allegedly delaying port expansion plans, which are considered beneficial for the economic and infrastructure development of the southern coastal town. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-23
Ex-Miss Nam shakes off fraud charge
THE fraud charge that has been casting a shadow over a former holder of the Miss Namibia title, Barbara Kahatjipara, for the past three and a half years was withdrawn in the Windhoek Magistrate's Court yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-23
It's Official - Luis is Namibia's BBA Representative
AFTER weeks of speculation, Luis Munana has been confirmed as Namibia's representative in Africa's biggest reality show. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-23
Rukoro elected OvaHerero chief
VEKUII Rukoro was yesterday elected as Paramount Chief of the OvaHerero under the OvaHerero Traditional Authority. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-23
Coca-Cola's equity report rejected
THE Employment Equity Commissioner has thrown out Coca-Cola Namibia Bottling company's equity report following confirmation that some of its contents were not correct. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-23
Tunacor now wholly Namibian owned
THE Tunacor Group officially became a wholly-owned Namibian company yesterday after the Spanish shareholder, Pescapuerta, sold its 49% shares to the Kaume Group. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-23
Defence joins construction industry
DEFENCE industries company, August 26 Holdings, has entered the construction industry in a bid to solve some of the government's infrastructural needs. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-23
Chief's wife wants abuse case withdrawn
THE Karasburg district prosecutor has opposed a request for the withdrawal of a domestic violence case against the acting Bondelswart chief, Josef Christiaan, saying domestic abuse cases are serious and on the rise. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-23
Farm workers not reached by literacy initiatives
THE large number of farm workers living on commercial farms in the Omaheke region has contributed to the region's poor literacy rate, as these farms are often inaccessible for literacy promoters. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-23
Geingob says peace should not be taken for granted
SWAPO Party presidential candidate Hage Geingob says the peace and unity Namibia has continuously enjoyed over the past 24 years seem to be taken for granted. Read more...

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