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The Namibian
Wed 17 Sep 2014
 THE responsible ministry must erect a statue for Andimba Toivo ya Toivo and rename one of the two public hospitals in Windhoek in his honour.
 FIRST these 'struggle kids' ask for and plead for jobs and then they quit? When you have a job in this country you keep it no matter what and you don't quit. You only leave it for a better offer elsewhere.
 A QUESTION to the Minister of Veterans' Affairs: When are some of us, who assisted Plan fighters inside the country, going to be awarded veterans' status?
 WE also want to enjoy the fruits of independence like those who fought bravely like us for our lovely and beautiful country Namibia.
 THE Outapi police officers forgot their duties a long time ago. You can report a case and they remain passive. “No transport”, is the only answer they give.
 IS Nantu aware that teachers in Otjozondjupa region are not getting their annual salary increases? We tried in vain to get our money. Nantu, please intervene as soon as possible.
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

Results so far:
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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2014-09-17
Esau relative chairs Fishcor
FISHERIES minister Bernard Esau allegedly ignored regulations when he handpicked a relative to head the board of a State-owned company, which he gave a 10 000-metric tonne fishing quota - again in contravention of the law. Read more...
Fisheries minister Bernard Esau

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IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-17
Mzee loss to the nation - Ya Toivo
STRUGGLE veteran and icon, a soldier, pillar of strength and dedicated commander, are just a few of the many words used to describe the late Simon Hafeni 'Mzee' Kaukungwa. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-17
Game hunters claim exclusion
A NEWLY-FORMED trophy hunters group claims that the Namibia Tourism Board (NTB) is disadvantaging them by favouring an old association - the Namibia Professional Hunters Association (Napha). Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-17
Lawyer's withdrawal derails cement fraud trial
THE trial of six people accused of defrauding cement company AfriSam Namibia to the tune of N$77 million will not be starting as planned in the Windhoek High Court this week. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-17
Technical faults delay AirNam Rundu flights
MORE than 40 Air Namibia passengers were stranded at the Rundu airport on Sunday after their flight was delayed for more than three hours over safety issues. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-17
Meersig kidnapping accused get bail
THE three remaining accused persons facing counts of kidnapping and assault of three minors at Walvis Bay were each granted N$2 000 bail yesterday on condition that they do not interact with the victims and witnesses. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-17
Schiefer appeal bid dismissed
DOUBLE murder convict Romeo Schiefer will have to pin his hopes on a petition to the Supreme Court if he wants to continue with an attempt to appeal against his conviction and sentence in connection with the murder of his parents. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-17
Omaruru acting CEO resigns
THE acting Omaruru town council chief executive officer, Penda Nghaamwa, has resigned from the position he occupied since December 2013. Read more...
 AFRICA | 2014-09-17
Lesotho's streets a jungle for the deaf
NINA Morie (22) sits in a semicircle with friends as they play a game of cards, but he is annoyed by their lack of awareness. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-17
Cuvelai river basin commission established
CUVELAI river basin states - Angola and Namibia - have signed an agreement to establish a waterfront commission to promote equitable, judicious, reasonable utilisation, sustainable development and efficient management of the water resources. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-17
Govt launches child survival strategy
THE Namibian government has joined the rest of the world in renewing its promise to children by launching 'A Promise Renewed' - the Child Survival Strategy and Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) country implementation plan. Read more...
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