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The Namibian
Wed 27 Aug 2014
 SMS Of The Day *WHEN will the University of Namibia confer an honorary doctorate to Andimba Herman Toivo ya Toivo? Professor Lazarus Hangula and your team, the nation is keenly waiting to witness this event while our struggle icon is still alive.
 *CORRUPTION will never stop. We applied for registration with the Electoral Commission of Namibia as polling officials, using our testimonials, but were not taken. Why?
 *AMBROSIUS Kandjii. How can you fight someone because of political affiliation, while you came from the same background, which is DTA? Big shame on you brother.
 *KAZEMBIRE Zemburuka, we want to see the golden boy of Walvis Bay, businessman Knowledge Katti, on the One-on-One programme.
 *HARDAP education office, thanks for appointing the current superintendent at Kriess Hostel. He really cares for pupils. – Happy parent.
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1. It's a power grab

2. It's needed to manage government better

3. Such changes must go to a referendum first

4. Such changes shouldn't be centred on personalities


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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2014-08-27
'Struggle kid' shot dead
A 26-YEAR-old woman was allegedly gunned down by police at the Swapo head office this morning as violence between the 'struggle kids' and police intensified. Read more...
THE STRUGGLE...Police evacuate a group of ‘struggle kids’ from the Swapo Party head office in Windhoek on Monday.

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NEWS
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-27
NamPower BEE policy under attack
THE decision by the Namibian Power Corporation’s board of directors to revise the company’s Black Economic Empowerment policy and give more contracts to black-owned firms has come under fire from the company’s management and some of its development partners. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-27
Queen Sofia to live and farm God’s way
THE Queen Sofia resettlement farm in the Outjo district was once the pride of the Namibian government’s resettlement programme. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-27
Earthquake, rumble or just an imagination?
WINDHOEK residents woke up yesterday morning asking each other whether what they experienced was a tremor or “just the rumble of a heavy duty vehicle moving past the house”. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-27
Seven heroes reburied
THE remains of seven Namibians who died in exile in Angola and Zambia during the struggle for independence, were reburied at the Heroes Acre in Windhoek yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-27
Teachers gear up for Nantu congress
THE Namibia National Teachers Union (Nantu) will hold its congress at Ongwediva this weekend, the union’s general secretary Basilius Haingura said on Sunday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-27
Aussenkehr farmers take on government
THE 10 small-scale grape farmers in the Orange Irrigation Project (ORIP) embroiled in a land lease saga with government, have refused to move out, and instead demand compensation or contract renewals. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-27
Bail refused in Uis attack case
A LONG wait in custody for the continuation of their trial is in store for the two men accused of violently attacking an elderly couple during a robbery at Uis almost four years ago, after their request to be released on bail was turned down in the Windhoek High Court on Monday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-27
Killer to wait for verdict on second charge
AN ELECTRICIAN who has admitted that he murdered his girlfriend in a knife attack at Rosh Pinah in February 2012 is due to hear in March next year if he has also been convicted of attempted murder. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-27
Geingob takes another swipe at civil society groups
PRIME Minister Hage Geingob has once again slammed civil society groups for challenging the proposed constitutional amendments. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-25
RCC in financial crisis
THE Roads Contractor Company (RCC) has been plunged into financial turmoil despite getting numerous road construction tenders from its line ministry as a bail-out strategy. Read more...

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