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The Namibian
Fri 19 Dec 2014
 CREDIT to Ms Kauraisa from the Ministry of Education's human resources department. She is the best. Keep up the good work!
 WHO compiles the inflation rates? Everyday consumer prices go up, yet we are told everything is just fine and we should keep on being happy.
 MTC, we Namibians cannot afford to pay N$2 daily. Please, change your strategy. What Tim Ekandjo said on NBC TV is unacceptable.
 ECN, you are being unrealistic! You cannot just pay us N$2 900. We had to pay for own transport, accommodation and food. What will we do with N$2 900?
 GOBABIS municipality, please build a wall around the cemetery at Epako. That place is now a playground for children. Cars drive over some graves.
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


Results so far:
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SPORT - INTERNATIONAL | 2014-12-26
Chelsea, City, United keep gifts to themselves
LONDON - Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United showed their rivals no seasonal cheer on Friday as they consolidated their positions in the Premier League table with one-sided Boxing Day victories. Read more...
Chelsea midfielder Oscar (R) vies with West Ham United midfielder Stewart Downing (L) during their English Premier League football match at Stamford Bridge in London on December 26, 2014. Photo: Nampa-AFP

IJG Daily Bulletin
NEWS
 FOOTBALL | 2014-12-26
Lively Lions step up coach hunt
THE hunt for a new Black Africa (BA) technical team is “at an advanced stage”, according to a high ranking official at the club. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-26
Let 2015 be free of corruption, GBV - Nghaamwa
Outgoing Governor of the Ohangwena Region Usko Nghaamwa has called on Namibians to be free of corruption and gender-based violence (GBV) come 2015. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-26
Windhoek welcomes 35 babies on Christmas Day
Thirty-five babies were born in Windhoek on Christmas Day. Read more...
 INTERNATIONAL | 2014-12-26
Brazil, Reuters' sporting flop of the year
LONDON - Factbox on Brazil, the Reuters sporting flop of the year after they lost 7-1 to Germany in the semi-final of the World Cup which they were hosting and were expected to win. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-24
Visitors flock to the coast for Christmas
The number of visitors to the coastal town of Swakopmund has been increasing since Monday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-24
Swakop land grab 'on ice'
IT is to respect the Christmas season that the 'affirmative repositioning' at Swakopmund has been “put on ice”, Democratic Christian Voice President Gotthard Kandume told The Namibian on Wednesday. Read more...
 FOOTBALL | 2014-12-24
NFA salutes the late Oscar Norich
Namibian football legend Oscar Norich will be missed by the local football and business community, Namibian Football Association (NFA) Secretary-General Barry Rukoro says. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-24
Communal farmers fighting for land and electricity in Oshikoto
Two Oshikoto farmers are at loggerheads, with one accusing the other of grabbing land and the other charging that his electricity is being stolen. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-24
Crematorium out of order
Operations of Namibia's only crematorium situated at the Gammams Cemetery in the capital have come to a halt after a breakage experienced on Friday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-12-24
Fish and mussel plunderers pay heavy fines
SIXTEEN people involved in two separate instances of marine resources pillage were nabbed and fined a collective sun of N$48 000 by officers of the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources on Sunday during routine checks along the coast. Read more...

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