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Africa Cup of Nations - 17 January to 8 February 2015
The Namibian
Fri 23 Jan 2015
 • THE problems at TransNamib are caused by poor management. The people who authorised the purchase of the faulty Chinese locomotives must be held accountable. They caused this whole scenario. - Concerned Namibian
 • TO all Namibians, the Hereros and Namas must not think that they were the only people who were killed by the Germans. We, the Hai//oms, were also there. We were the ones who were trophy-hunted by the Germans.
 • COMMANDER of the Windhoek Police Station, how many hours is a member supposed to work in a day, especially on a shift or at the roadblock?
 • I AM calling on all the stakeholders in Otjozondjupa, parents, churches and everyone involved in education to come together for the sake of improving the pass rate of the schools in our region. This whole situation is scary. Drastic changes need to be i
 • I, JESSICA K Uises, lost a wallet containing my voter's card, identity document, Unam student card, NamPost Smart Card, Standard Bank and FNB ATM cards. Please contact me on 0818496888.
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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NEWS - AFRICA | 2015-01-25
Zambia's new president Lungu sworn into office
Zambia's new President Edgar Lungu was sworn in Sunday to become the country's sixth president after narrowly winning a vote rejected by the opposition. Read more...
VICTOR ... Supporters of Zambian Patriotic Front's Edgar Lungu hold up his portrait at the Elections Results Centre after he was declared the winner of the Zambian presidential race, in Lusaka on 24 January. Lungu was inaugurated as Zambia's president on Sunday. Photo: AFP

IJG Daily Bulletin
NEWS
 INTERNATIONAL | 2015-01-25
Yet another draw as Cameroon, Guinea end level
MALABO - Cameroon and Guinea shared the spoils on Saturday night in the fourth 1-1 draw in as many matches in Group D of the Africa Cup of Nations at the Estadio de Malabo. Read more...
 INTERNATIONAL | 2015-01-25
Bale nets winner as Ronaldo sent off, Barca hit six
MADRID - Gareth Bale scored a late winning penalty after Cristiano Ronaldo had been sent off for the ninth time in his career as Real Madrid came from behind to beat Cordoba 2-1 on Saturday. Read more...
 INTERNATIONAL | 2015-01-24
Gradel strikes late to earn Ivory Coast draw
MALABO - Substitute Max-Alain Gradel's late equaliser earned a disjointed Ivory Coast side a 1-1 draw against Mali in the Africa Cup of Nations on Saturday as the Elephants kept alive their hopes of reaching the quarter-finals. Read more...
 INTERNATIONAL | 2015-01-24
Sensation as Chelsea, Man City humbled in FA Cup
LONDON - Premier League title challengers Chelsea and Manchester City both crashed out of the FA Cup after being sensationally beaten by lower-league opponents in the fourth round on Saturday. Read more...
 CRICKET | 2015-01-25
Rippon stars as Netherlands take title
Having battled for second place, and promotion, Netherlands cruised to the WCL Division Two title with an eight-wicket win against hosts Namibia. Read more...
 INTERNATIONAL | 2015-01-24
Djokovic joins sizzling Serena in last 16
MELBOURNE - Fired-up top seed Novak Djokovic powered into the Australian Open fourth round on Saturday, joining sizzling fellow world number one Serena Williams as Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova was sent packing. Read more...
 INTERNATIONAL | 2015-01-24
South Africa denied by Senegal
MONGOMO - South Africa once again failed to hold onto a lead at the Africa Cup of Nations on Friday as they were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw with Senegal in Mongomo. Read more...
 CRICKET | 2015-01-23
Snyman leads Namibia to fourth win
Gerrie Snyman led Namibia to their fourth win in ICC Cricket League Division Two with a trailblazing 83 from 74 balls as his side easily chased down 225 to beat Canada in Windhoek. Read more...
 INTERNATIONAL | 2015-01-23
Saudis see steady course under new king
FROM a young security guard to a retired general, a cross section of Saudis expect Riyadh to keep a steady course under new King Salman, although some would have welcomed a change in direction. Read more...
2015-01-23
Engineer denies rape, admits sex
A CIVIL engineer accused of raping women in Windhoek and in the Rundu area in 2011 and 2012 claimed in the Windhoek High Court yesterday that he had consensual intercourse with both women. Read more...
BUSINESS
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Windhoek 18° 35° -
Walvis Bay 18° 24° -
Oshakati 22° 38° -
Keetmanshoop 24° 40° -
Grootfontein 19° 36° -
Gobabis 18° 37° -
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