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 *I DO not think it is a bad idea to have all the foreigners (I mean all) to register with the Ministry of Home Affairs. This clarion call includes those married to Namibians.
 ANTI-CORRUPTION Commission, visit towns like Khorixas and see how government vehicles are being abused after hours as well as during weekends.
 *MINISTER Charles Namoloh, are you really investigating the case of the Omaruru Town Council for a year. Why are you playing delaying tactics until the elections?
POLL
The ministry of health is regularly in the news for all the wrong reasons. Why?

1. Incompetent leadership

2. Budgetary constraints

3. Outdated systems and infrastructure

4. There's nothing wrong at MoH


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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2014-07-29
Okuryangava creche burns down
A PRE-SCHOOL that housed about 150 children burned down in the Okuryangava informal settlement in Windhoek yesterday. Read more...
CLEAR PATH ... Fire fighters at the scene make way by removing the mangled iron sheets from the pre-school. - Photograph by Jordaania Andima

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 NATIONAL | 2014-07-29
Windhoek gets 12 liquor licences per month
THE Khomas Liquor Licence Committee is giving out 12 licences per month on average in Windhoek, and has issued about 85 since January this year. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-29
Early sex increases cancer risk
GIRLS who engage in sexual activities at a tender age-between nine and 13 years - risk getting the human papilloma virus which has been identified as the main cause of cervical cancer. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-29
Mrs Kandara recounts payments to Avid figures
THREE of the people charged with the embezzlement of an investment of N$30 million of the Social Security Commission in 2005 received cash payments on instructions from the late Lazarus Kandara, who played a key role in the bungled investment of the SSC’s money, Kandara’s widow testified in the Windhoek High Court yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-28
Pohamba angry with councillor
PRESIDENT Hifikepunye Pohamba chased the acting Oshikango constituency councillor, Phillip Namundjebo, from a rally he was addressing at Ohangwena on Saturday over broken water pipes in the area. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-29
Unam students boycott exam
STUDENTS at the University of Namibia yesterday refused to sit for a human resource management examination following complaints that they did not cover the material in the paper. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-29
Discrimination claims hit reserve bank
THE Bank of Namibia has been accused of discriminating against a disabled employee amongst other issues pointing to poor labour relations at the institution. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-29
Former Keetmans CEO drops labour case
THE former Keetmanshop municipality chief executive officer, Paul Vleermuis, has abandoned his legal challenge in which he demands reinstatement. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-29
Pregnant woman strangled to death in Aminuis
A 25-YEAR-OLD pregnant woman was allegedly strangled to death by her boyfriend at the Otjongombe village in the Aminuis Constituency of the Omaheke region on Saturday morning. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-29
SPYL’s Ngurare in the hot seat
LAST Friday saw The Namibian hosting its very first multimedia question and answer session with Swapo Party Youth League Secretary Elijah Ngurare in the hot seat. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-07-29
Nujoma salutes Zambia on jubilee
ALEX NJOVU

FORMER President Sam Nujoma says Zambia’s golden jubilee is a landmark achievement for the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the African continent. Read more...

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